Achievement & Performance Results

Key Stage 1 Results – 2018

End of Key Stage 1 Results for 2018 (Teacher Assessments) This table show the percentage of Year 2 children achieving and exceeding the expected level at Tarporley CE Primary School in 2018. There were 30 children in this cohort. 10% of the cohort hold Education Health Care Plans (Totals may not equal 100% due to rounding)

KS1

National Average Expected Level (2017)

%of pupils achieving expected level National Average Greater Depth (2017)

% of pupils achieving Greater Depth

 

Reading 74% 80% 25%

23%

Maths

73% 77% 20% 17%

Writing

65% 63% 16% 10%

Combined

65% 63% 12% 10%

Science

83% 77%    

 

Key Stage 2 Results – 2018

These tables show the percentage of Year 6 children achieving the expected level at Tarporley CE Primary School in 2018.

There were 30 children in the cohort. Of the children that sat the SATs, 3% held Education Health Care Plans.

KS2

Teacher Assessments

National Average 2018

Expected Standard

SATS Results 2018

Expected Standard

National Average 2018

Higher Standard

SATS Results 2018

Higher Standard

Reading

 

75%

90%

28%

67%

Writing (TA only)

80%

78%

80%

20%

23%

Maths

 

76%

93%

24%

53%

SPAG

 

78%

93%

23%

67%

Combined R/W/M

 

64%

80%

10%

20%

 

KS2 Progress Scores

 

Reading  Progress was     Well above Average at +4.7 

Writing Progress  was       Average at  -1.98

Maths Progress was          Well above Average at   +3.9

 

 

The following link will take you to the performance table website:

Tarporley CE Performance Tables

2016 saw changes to how children are assessed at the end of KS1 and KS2. Here is a summary of the main changes from the DFE.

Main changes to 2016 performance tables

Primary performance

• Key stage 2 national curriculum test outcomes will no longer be reported using levels, and instead will be reported as scaled scores.

• Key stage 2 national curriculum teacher assessments will be reported against the new interim frameworks for teacher assessment.

• The headline measures will be: 

  • the percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics
  • the percentage of pupils achieving the higher standard in reading, writing and mathematics
  • the school’s progress score in each of reading, writing and maths
  • the pupil’s average scaled score in each of reading and mathematics

• A school will be above the floor standard if: o 65% of pupils meet the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics (ie achieve that standard in all three subjects) or

  • the school achieves sufficient progress scores in all of reading, writing and mathematics

More information on the changes can be found in the DFE document at the bottom of this page.