School Performance Tables

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Below is a summary of 2016-2017 data:

 

Standards in the EYFS (Early Year Foundation Stage/Reception)

 

  • Children enter the EYFS with attainment broadly as expected (40-60 Months Development). The children make good progress through the EYFS with an above average proportion of children reaching GLD.

 

  • This year saw a ten percent increase in the GLD (Good Level of Development) compared to 2015-2016

 

Percentage of Children Achieving GLD at the end of the EYFS

 

School

National

 

 

2015-2016

71

69

 

 

2016-2017

81

71

 

 

 

 

  • In 2016-2017 at least 87% of the children achieved or exceeded the expected standard in each of the different areas of the EYFS. The EYFS Profile score for 2016-2017 remained at 36.3 (National 34.5). The Profile Score is generated by creating an average of the total point scores of each of the Early Learning Goals.

 

  • The percentage of Disadvantaged pupils in EYFS achieving GLD was 50% (2 out 4 children).

 

 

Standards in Phonics (Years 1 and 2)

 

  • In 2016-2017 Year 1 phonics was above national at 85% (81%). The school has seen Year 1 phonics increase to well above national in the last three years (88%, 91% and 85% compared to national 77% and 81% and 81% respectively).

 

  • The percentage of children reaching the expected standard in Phonics in Year 2 was 93.0% in 2016-2017 which is 2% higher than national and the same as last year for our school. The three year trend shows an increase of 16% since 2013-2014.

 

 

Standards in KS1 (End of Year 2)

 

  • Attainment in KS1 in reading, writing and maths (RWM) being above national averages in all of these subjects in the last four years. The combined RWM percentage of children reaching ARE (Age Related Expectations) at the end of KS1 was 72% in 2016-2017 compared to national of 64%.
 

Percentage of Children who met Age Related Expectations in 2016-17

KS1

    Reading 

     Writing 

       Maths  

       RWM  

Balfour

83

77

81

72

National

76

68

75

64

 

  • The attainment of the 5 Disadvantaged children at the end of KS1 is in line or above in all three areas compared to National Non-Disadvantaged:

 

Percentage of Disadvantaged Children who met Age Related Expectations

KS1

   Reading

    Writing

   Maths 

 

School Disadvantaged

80

80

100

 

National Non-Disadvantaged

79

72

79

 

  

  • In 2016-2017 the percentage of children working at greater depth in each subject is now above national: 

 

Percentage of Children working at Greater Depth

KS1

   Reading

    Writing

   Maths

 

Balfour

30

22

29

 

National

25

16

21

 

  

  • None of the five disadvantaged children in KS1 achieved greater depth in 2016-2017.

 

Standards in KS2 – SATs results for May 2017

  • The attainment at the end of Key Stage 2 2016-2017 shows that all pupils achieved above national in reading and writing and were in line for maths and just below for GPS (Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling):

 

Percentage of Children Meeting Age Related Expectations

 

KS2

   Reading  

    Writing    

    Maths    

     GPS    

    RWM    

Balfour

83

78

75

75

67

National KS2

71

76

75

77

61

 

  • The attainment of the 17 Disadvantaged children at the end of KS2 was below in all three areas compared to National Non-Disadvantaged:

 

Percentage of Children who met Age Related Expectations

KS2

  Reading  

   Writing   

     Maths     

      GPS      

School Disadvantaged

59

53

53

53

National Non-Disadvantaged  

77

81

80

82

 

  • In 2016-2017 67% of all pupils reached the combined expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths, which is 6% higher than the national average.

 

  • The percentage of children achieving the higher standard is greater than national in all areas.

 

Percentage of Children Achieving Higher Standard

KS2

    Reading

    Writing

    Maths

    RWM

Balfour

43

28

23

12

National

25

18

23

9

 

  • The percentage of Disadvantaged children achieving the higher standard is lower than National average.

 

Percentage of Disadvantaged Children Achieving Higher Standard

KS2

    Reading

   Writing

    Maths 

 

School Disadvantaged

18

18

18

 

National Non-Disadvantaged

29

21

27

 

 

Scaled Scores for KS2

 

  • Scaled Scores are given to children who sit the Reading and Maths SATs papers. The lowest scaled score is 80 and the highest is 120. If a child reaches a scaled score of 100, they are at Age Related Expectations.
  • The scaled scores for Reading are higher than National and in line in Maths. The Disadvantaged children’s scaled scores in Reading and Maths are only just below National Non-Disadvantaged:

 

 

Average Scaled Score Comparisons

KS2

  Reading  

   Maths    

Average Scaled Score

108

104

Average Scaled Score National

104

104

Disadvantaged Scaled Scores

104

100

National Non-Disadvantaged

105

105

 

 

  • Progress between KS1 and KS2 Measures (Comparing End of Year 2 and End of Year 6)

 

  • In 2016-2017 the progress that the children made form KS1 to KS2 was in line or above national when considering all three areas for the first time in five years:

 

Progress KS1-KS2

Data

Are the children making

good progress from the

previous key stage?

 

 

R

W

M

KS1-KS2

2.3

-0.2

-0.7

Confidence Intervals        

1.2 to 3.4

-1.3 to 0.8

-1.7 to 0.3

National

0.0

0.0

0.0

 

  • In 2016-2017 the progress of disadvantaged pupils was below national in all three areas.

 

Progress Disadvantaged
KS1-KS2

Data

Are the children making

good progress from the

previous key stage?

 

 

R

W

M

KS1-KS2

-1.30

-4.96

-3.33

Confidence Intervals        

-4.26 to +1.66

-7.84 to -2.09

-6.01 to -0.66

National

0.0

0.0

0.0

 

  • Children with SEND in KS1 and KS2 had lower than national attainment and progress outcomes than national except for progress between KS1 and KS2 in Reading which was above (0.14)