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2017 Attainment

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EYFS 2017

 

 

School

Percentage expected and exceeding

LA

Percentage expected and exceeding

Overall

Good level of development

80.8

73.1

Prime Learning Goals

82.7

78.9

Specific Learning Goals

80.8

72.1

Average point score across all ELGs

34.8

34.3

 

Phonics Screening 2017

Year Group

School

Harrow

National

1

88.3%

87%

81%

2

93%

93%

83%

 

KS1 2017 Results

60 pupils

Subject

School (60 pupils)

Harrow

School Greater Depth

NA Greater Depth

Reading

77.8%

76%

25.9%

25%

Math

83.3%

75%

22.2%

21%

Writing

70.4%

68%

16.7%

16%

Science

85.2%

83%

-

-

RWM 68.5% - 14.8% -
 

Disadvantaged in ()

 

KS2 2017 Results

60 pupils

Subject

School (26 pupils)

National

School Average Score

National Average Score

School Progress Score

R,W,M combined

52.5% exs

61% exs

n/a

n/a

n/a

Reading test

59.3% exs

13.6% gds

71% exs

25% gds

102

104

+0.9

Math test

81.4% exs

40.7% gds

75% exs

23% gds

106.7

104.0

+4.8

SPAG test

76.3% exs

39.0% gds

77% exs

31% gds

106.7

106.0

+3.9

Writing TA

76.3% exs

76% exs

98

101

-0.7
 

exs = expected standard

gds = greater depth

 

 

2016 Attainment

 

2015 Attainment

Please click on the links below for end of Key Stage attainment information.

Assessment Practice

Summative

  • Children in Year R and Nursery will be assessed against the EYFS profile. Parents will be told the age and stage that their child is working at, and at the end of Reception whether their child is emerging, expected or exceeding in comparison to the expected level.

  • Children in Year 1 will carry out the phonic screening test in June 2017 – statutory. They will complete phonic tests leading up to these during the year, allowing the tracking of improvement in phonics. The score the children achieve and whether this is meeting the expected level or not will be reported to parents in termly up-dates.

  • Children in Year 2 will be teacher assessed; using SATs materials to support teachers’level judgements. In May 2017 children will use the new SATs materials in Year 2 to support final judgements. The standard that children are assessed at will be reported to parents at the end of the year. During parents’ consultations in October 2016 and February 2017 parents will be told about their child’s progress and attainment.

  • Children in Year 6 will carry out SATs tests in SPAG, Math and Reading during May 2017. Writing will be teacher assessed against National curriculum expectations. Attainment will be reported to parents in the end of term up-dates and as with year 2, current attainment, progress and targets will be shared during parents’ consultations.

Years 1 – 6

Children throughout the school will be assessed by teachers, each half term, in Reading, Writing, SPAG and Math using evidence in books and obtained during lessons. This is then assessed against the year group teaching objectives and a teacher assessment made as to whether individuals are working below, at or above expected.

 

Pupils will also be assessed in Reading and Math using Rising Star materials. This will give an assessment of whether children are on track to meet their targets. These will take place at the end of each term. 

 

Children in year groups 3 to 5 will be formally assessed, during the KS2 SATs week, for Reading, Math and SPAG using Nfer material to assess against end of year expectations.

Reporting to Parents

Progress will be shared with parents during Parents’ consultations in October and February so that they can see the areas where children are meeting expectations and, where they are not, to be able to support children at home.

At the end of each term we will report to parents, in the form of a written up-date, to inform parents that children are either below, inline or exceeding expectations in relation to both progress and attainment.