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Our Results

 School Results Compared to National Results - Key Stage 2 2018

Progress from KS1 to KS2

Maths: 0.3

Reading: -0.4

Writing: -0.5

 

Results 2017

 

 

 

School Results Compared to National Results - Key Stage 2 2017

 

 

Lane End Primary School – Assessment Outcomes for  2016

 

Foundation Stage - Reception

 

2016

 

% achieved Lane End

National Average

GLD

70%

69.6%

Average Total Points

38.7

35 (Stockport Average)

 

 

Phonics Check – Year 1

2016

 

% achieved Lane End

National Average

Working At

87.1%

81%

 

 

Key Stage 1 – Year 2

2016

 

 

% achieved Lane End

National Average

Reading

EXS

90%

74%

GDS

43.3%

24%

Writing

EXS

80%

66%

GDS

18%

13%

Mathematics

EXS

82%

73%

GDS

26%

18%

 

 

Key Stage 2 – Year 6

 

2016

 

 

 

% achieved

Lane End

National Average

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Exp SS100+

93.3%

72%

SS110+

30%

23%

Mathematics

Exp+

96.7%

70%

Greater depth

20%

17%

Reading

Exp SS100+

66.7%

66%

SS110+

20%

19%

Writing (Teacher Assessment)

Exp SS100+

80%

74%

Greater depth

3%

5%

Reading Writing and Mathematics Combined

Exp SS100+

56.7%

53%

SS110+ / Greater depth

3.3%

5%

Mathematics Progress

VA progress

+1.8

0

Writing Progress

VA progress

-2.1

0

Reading Progress

VA progress

-1.1

0

Mathematics

Scaled Score Average

106.5

103

Reading

Scaled Score Average

103.4

103

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Scaled Score Average

106.8

104

 

Link to the DFE Performance Tables

 

2016 saw the first year of an interim assessment framework to replace levels.

Key Stage 1 codes:

EXS – expected level

GDS – greater depth

Key Stage 2 codes:

Exp SS100+ – expected level (standardised score of 100 or above)

SS110+ - higher level (standardised score of 110 or above)

Foundation Stage Codes:

GDS - Good Level of Development (attaining all of the Early Learning Goals)

Notes:

The + and – progress scores indicate difference from national average progress of 0.

Ofsted have recognised that at Key Stage 2 there is variability between how schools have interpreted the interim assessment framework for writing in 2016/17 which was done using teacher assessment.