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National results from the 2016 national curriculum assessments at the end of key Stage Two
When looking at how many children have succeeded in reaching expected standards Nationally for reading, writing, GPS (grammar, punctuation and spelling) and maths, the results are as follows:
- National average for reading: 66%
- National average for GPS: 72%
- National average for maths: 70%
- National average for writing (teacher-assessed): 74%
- Combined national average for reading, writing & maths: 53%
- This year, teacher-assessed writing has the highest attainment nationally.
- Reading has the lowest.
- In previous years, reading attainment for 4b or above was highest.
- In previous years, GPS had the lowest attainment.
- This is a big change because GPS is now recorded as achieving a much higher standard than reading nationally. For more information please click link- parent-guide-to-ks2-2016-sat-results
Humberston Cloverfields Key Stage Two Results 2015/16
|Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and maths||63%|
|Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in reading, writing and maths||10%|
|Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading.||63%|
|Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in reading.||17%|
|Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in writing (TA).||85% Moderated|
|Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in Writing.||17%|
|Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in maths.||73%|
|Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in Maths.||17%|
|Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling||80%|
|Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in grammar, punctuation and spelling||24%|
|Average progress in reading
|Average progress in writing
|Average progress in Maths
|Average scaled score in reading.||102
|Average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling||106|
|Average scaled score in maths.||104
Attainment all 3 subjects- 63% compared to 53% nationally
By the end of Key Stage 2 in 2016 achievement in reading was broadly in line with National- 63% In previous years reading has been a strength. The reading test was difficult to access for some of our lower attaining and SEN pupils. The Government are altering the order of questions for 2016-17. We know however that we can achieve more in reading so it is the first priority in our improvement plan and we are accessing training both through the trust and externally.
By the end of Key Stage 2 in 2016 achievement in writing was well above 85% compared to 74% nationally. Writing was moderated and our assessments were found to be accurate. There was no significant difference in attainment or progress of any prior attainment group when compared to national outcomes apart from the equivalent of 2 pupils above national in the middle attainers group.
By the end of Key Stage 2 in 2016 achievement in mathematics was above- 73% of pupils achieved national expected standards compared to 70% nationally. There was no significant difference in attainment or progress of any prior attainment group when compared to national outcomes.
By the end of Key Stage 2 in 2016 performance in Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation was above – 80% of pupils attained the expected standard compared to 72% nationally. There is some variation of attainment with one pupil above or below national in three attainment groups.
Pupil Premium Attainment and progress across all subjects for pupils in the disadvantaged group at the end of KS2 ( 10 pupils 4.1% of the cohort) was not significantly different from the non- disadvantaged group nationally. Indicating that the funding was spent well as there is no gap between our disadvantaged pupils and the non-disadvantaged nationally.
Across the school, pupils achieve well in Music, with the North East Lincolnshire Music Hub leader being particularly impressed with the opportunities that pupils have to develop their talents with a range of instruments. The school is part of a network of schools who offer a wide range of sporting activities and competitions. Pupils do especially well in football and netball.
Key Stage One school results 2015-16
By the end of Key Stage 1 in 2016 performance in all three subjects combined was 60% which was the same as National. Lower achievement in reading and writing was a factor in the cohort with a significant group (26%) leaving Foundation in the emerging group with specific learning needs, including two EHC plans.
Foundation Results 2015-16
|Area of learning||Baseline||Summer||Progress|
|Moving and Handling||50||38||13||12||88||4.9|
|Health and Social care||63||38||6||94||5|
Foundation outcomes- GLD 63% Progress was good from a lower baseline than the previous two years.
|KS1 Phonics||2014-15||2015-16||KS2 Phonics retakes||Sch||68%|
|School||73%||93%||5 pupils – 4 reached the standard||Nat||68.10%|
|National||80.8%||the 5th child (SEN) improved by 8 marks|