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Standards at the School

Click here to access the DfE Performance Tables for Marden Primary School

Pupil Progress and Attainment July 2019

Summarised below is the progress across the whole school from the summer. This helps us to identify which pupils and groups we need to target for additional support and intervention using our allocated school resources.

Percentage of children achieving the expected standard at KS2 2019

 

Attainment

School

National 2019

Reading

% at expected standard

74%

73%

% at higher standard

30%

27%

Writing

% at expected standard

78%

78%

% at higher standard

28%

20%

Maths

% at expected standard

72%

79%

% at higher standard

24%

27%

Combined

% at expected standard

65%

65%

% at higher standard

11%

11%

 

Average Progress of children at KS2 2018

Subject

School

National 2019

Reading

-0.96

0.0

Writing

-0.44

0.0

Maths

-2.23

0.0

 

Average scaled score of children at KS2 2019

Subject

School

National 2019

Reading

104

104

Writing

103

105

 

Phonics 2019

Subject

School

National 2018

Phonics (Y1)

82%

82%

 

Percentage of children achieving the expected standard at KS1

 

Attainment

School

National 2019

Reading

% at expected standard

60%

75%

% at higher standard

16%

25%

Writing

% at expected standard

56%

69%

% at higher standard

7%

15%

Maths

% at expected standard

60%

75%

% at higher standard

13%

22%

R, W, M combined

% at expected standard

51%

65%

% at higher standard

7%

11%

 

Attainment of Early Years Foundation Stage 2018

Good Level of Development

School 2019

National 2018

GLD

74%

71.5%

 

In 2018 the School's achievements at the end of Key Stage 2 as defined in the tables are:

  • 65% of pupils achieved National Expectations in all three subjects – maths, reading and writing (national: 64%)
  • 68% (75%) achieved National Expectations in reading, 70% (78%)  in writing and 68% (76%) in maths (national figures in brackets)
  • 30% (28%) achieved a high level of achievement in reading, 20% (20%) in writing and 20% (24%) in maths.
  • The average scaled score for all pupils in Year 6 for the school was 103.8 (105) in reading, 103.4 (106)  in SPAG and 102.1 (104) in maths (national figures in brackets) No Scaled score is available for writing.

The average progress measure from KS1 to KS2 in 2016 was

  • Reading -1.0
  • Writing -0.7
  • Maths -2.2

In 2017 the School's achievements at the end of Key Stage 2 as defined in the tables are:

  • 63% of pupils achieved National Expectations in all three subjects – maths, reading and writing (national: 61%)
  • 68% (71%) achieved National Expectations in reading, 74% (76%)  in writing and 71% (75%) in maths (national figures in brackets)
  • 39% (25%) achieved a high level of achievement in reading, 18% (18%) in writing and 24% (23%) in maths.
  • The average scaled score for all pupils in Year 6 for the school was 104.6 (104.1) in reading, 103 (106)  in SPAG and 102.6 (104.2) in maths (national figures in brackets) No Scaled score is available for writing.

The average progress measure from KS1 to KS2 in 2016 was

  • Reading -0.25
  • Writing -2.13
  • Maths -3.09

In 2016 the School's achievements at the end of Key Stage 2 as defined in the tables is:

  • 56% of pupils achieved National Expectations in all three subjects – maths, reading and writing (national: 53%)
  • 67% (66%) achieved National Expectations in reading, 74% (74%)  in writing and 67% (70%*) in maths (national figures in brackets)
  • 26% (19%) achieved a high level of achievement in reading, 23% (15%) in writing and 21% (17%) in maths.
  • The average scaled score for all pupils in Year 6 for the school was 103.3 (103) in reading, 101.8 (104)  in SPAG and 103.4 (103) in maths (national figures in brackets) No Scaled score is available for writing.

The average progress measure from KS1 to KS2 in 2016 was

  • Reading -0.33 (Between 40th and 60th centile nationallY)
  • Writing -0.83 (Between 60th and 75th centile nationally)
  • Maths -0.20 (Between 40th and 60th centile nationally)