School Results KS2

Main changes to 2016/2017 performance tables

Primary performance

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

• Key stage 2 national curriculum teacher assessments will be reported against 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: 

61% 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

Data Analysis Key Stage 2 – Year 6 SATs Results 2017 (Children reaching expected standard)

11 Year 6 Pupils (7Girls & 4 Boys)

3:11 pupils SEN (Pupils Outside Agencies involvement for Significant  SEN  SpLD / Dyspraxia & BESD)

3:11 pupils required additional literacy support & intervention programmes

 

 

National

School

Boys

Girls

Reading

71%

7:11 64%

 2:4 50%

5:7 71%

Writing

76%

6:11 55%

2:4 50%

4:7 57%

Maths

75%

10:11 91%

4:4 50%

6:7 86%

GPS

77%

8:11 73%

3:4 75%

5:7 71%

Reading,Writing

& Maths

61%

6:11 55%

 

 

Key Stage 2 Average Standardised Test Scores

 

National

School

Boys

Girls

Reading

104

103

103

103

GPS

106

104

103

105

Maths

104

103

102

104

 

Key Stage 2 – Year 6 SATs Results 2017

Data for 8 Pupils – removal of SEND pupils – Data taken from Secure Access

 

 

National

School

Reading

71%

88%

Writing

76%

75%

Maths

75%

88%

Reading,Writing

& Maths

61%

84%

This years data for the combined score in Maths, Writing and Reading is overall below that of the national standard. However, data for small cohorts can provide a ‘spiky’ profile and should therefore be treated with caution and require careful interpretation. As the difference ofjust one pupil would mean meeting the national standard.  We believe the pupils at Warmingham are given every opportunity to achieve their best.  We embrace and include children with a range of needs in an inclusive environment and promote the development of well rounded individuals.  The staff and Governors are aware of the improvements needs of the school and are striving forward with great determination to meet these high expectations.

Contact the School

Warmingham Primary School

School Lane,
Warmingham,
Sandbach, CW11 3QN

Main Contact: Samantha Mellor - Headteacher

Tel: 01270 526260
admin@warminghamce.cheshire.sch.uk