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St Peter's C of E Primary Academy - KS1 and KS2 Results 2018

St. Peters C of E Primary Academy – End of year results 2017 and 2018 – All percentages are rounded to the nearest whole number

 

St. Peters CofE Primary Academy Results – Summer 2018

 

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS or FS2) – 29 pupils in 2018

 

Area

2018 National

2018 St. Peters

Progress

+4 stages is typical

+5.95 stages

 

Standards (% Good Level of Development – GLD)

72%

42%

(-9 pupils to national)

 

Our children made very strong progress from an externally moderated baseline start point that was below typical (only 25.4% of judgments were typical or better).

The pattern for 2016-17 was the same.

 

Phonics (Year 1 – 31 pupils in 2018 and Year 2 – 30 pupils in 2018)

 

Year

2018 National

2018 St. Peters

Difference to national

Year One

83%

74.2%

- 2 children

Year Two

93%

90.3%

No child different

 

For the 2nd year running our year two results are in line with national and our year one results continue to improve (we converted 100% of ELG-2 / -3 readers and 5 more none GLD pupils).

We expect to convert 97% of our year two to national standards in summer 2019 (ELG-2/-3 in reading for this cohort at end of FS2 was 58.1%).

 

Key Stage One (Year Two) – 30 pupils in 2018

 

For National Standard or better (EXS+)

 

Year

2018 National

2018 St. Peters

Difference to national

ELG-2+ at end of FS2

Reading

76%

63%

-3 children

61%

Writing

70%

60%

-3 children

64%

Mathematics

76%

57%

-5 children

61%

R/W/M combined

65%

57%

-2 children

GLD: 53%

 

 For Greater Depth (GDS)

 

Year

2018 National

2018 St. Peters

Difference to national

ELG-3 at end of FS2

Reading

26%

10%

-3 children

6%

Writing

16%

3.3%

-3 children

3%

Mathematics

22%

13%

-2 children

0%

R/W/M combined

NA

3.3%

NA

NA

 

The % GLD for this cohort from FS2 was 53% (this was 16% below the 2016 national, which is 4 children below national) – our R/W/M combined at EXS+ is 57% so 2 children below national, gap is closing).

  • FS2 average point score was 29.2 (which is 15.4% below national 2016).

 

For KS1 in 2017 our R/W/M combined was 46% with a FS2 APS of 29.6, so the summer 2018 results represent an improvement on the summer 2017 position.  But we recognise there is much to do in KS1 and we expect to reach national standards in summer 2019 with the very strong performance of our year one in 2017-18.

Key Stage Two (Year Six) – 30 pupils in 2018

 

For National Standard or better (EXS+)

 

Year

2018 National

2018 St. Peters

Difference to national

KS1 vs. Nat. APS

Reading

 

75%

73%

No child different

-0.6

Writing

 

78%

83%

+1 child

-1.4

Mathematics

 

76%

70%

-1 child

-1.1

GPS (grammar, punctuation & spelling)

78%

80%

No child different

NA

R/W/M combined

 

64%

63%

No child different

NA

 

 For Greater Depth (GDS)

 

Year

2018 National

2018 St. Peters

Difference to national

KS1 vs. Nat. APS

Reading

 

28%

27%

No child different

-0.6

Writing

 

20%

20%

No child different

-1.4

Mathematics

 

23%

10%

-3 children

-1.1

GPS (grammar, punctuation & spelling)

34%

37%

No child different

NA

R/W/M combined

 

NA

3.3%

NA

NA

 

Average Scaled Scores for KS2

 

Subject

2018 National

2018 St. Peters

Difference to national

Reading

105

104.6

-0.4

GPS

106

105.1

-0.9

Mathematics

104

102.4

-1.6

 

Progress Scores (KS1 to KS2) – NB provisional data based on estimates

 

Subject

2018 National

2018 St. Peters

National Rank

Reading

0.0

+1.5

Top 40%

Writing

0.0

+2.3

Top 25%

Mathematics

0.0

+0.5

Top 50%

 

A positive progress score means our children made more progress than similar children nationally.

 

A score in the range of + / - 1.0 is considered “broadly typical or average”.

 

This reflects our broadly typical end of KS2 point with a KS1 start point that was below typical, hence our positive progress scores (KS1 APS for St. Peters was 14.8 in 2014, the 2014 national KS1 APS was 15.9, KS1 was 1.1 APS points below national).