Attainment

Standards and Achievements

 

We are extremely pleased with the achievement of all our children in their end of year assessment for the academic year 2014/2015 and would like to share some of the key headlines with you:

 

EYFS Data

(Early Years Foundation Stage)
Children are defined as having reached a good level of development at the end of the EYFS if they have achieved at least the expected level in:

  • the early learning goals in the prime areas of learning (personal, social and emotional development; physical development; and communication and language) and;
  • the early learning goals in the specific areas of mathematics and literacy.

 

2014

2015

2016

% reaching a good level of development

69%

63%

64%

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check

The purpose of the screening check is to confirm whether individual pupils had learnt phonic decoding to an appropriate standard and to identify children who would need extra support to improve their reading skills. Some children were also checked in Year 2 if they did not meet the standard in Year 1, or if they were unable to undertake the check in Year 1.

  

 

 

2014

2015

2016

Year 1 % meeting the expected standard

60%

81%

83%

% Entering Year 3 meeting the expected standard

95%

93%

92%

 

End of Key Stage 1 results

In 2016 children who were in Year 2 were assessed in reading, writing and maths with against the standards set in the more challenging National Curriculum set in 2014. Before 2016, all schools used the levels system of the previous curriculum with level 2 being the expected level. 

Expected Standard

2014 (Previous Curriculum, level 2+)

2015 (Previous Curriculum, level 2+)

2016 (Current Curriculum, Expected Standard or above)

Reading

90%

96%

71%

Writing

88%

93%

67%

Mathematics

90%

96%

71%

 

Greater Depth

2014 (Previous Curriculum level 3)

2015 (Previous Curriculum, level 3)

2016 (Current Curriculum, Greater Depth)

Reading

16%

23%

6%

Writing

6%

9%

0%

Mathematics

20%

21%

6%

End of Key Stage 2

In 2016 children who were in Year 6 were assessed in reading, writing and maths with against the standards set in the more challenging National Curriculum set in 2014. Before 2016, all schools used the levels system of the previous curriculum with level 4 being the expected level. 

Expected Standard

2014
(Previous Curriculum, Level 4+)

2015
(Previous Curriculum, Level 4+)

2016
(Current Curriculum, Expected Standard or above)

Mathematics

85%

85%

68%

Reading

89%

85%

51%

Writing

87%

88%

75%

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

81%

83%

55%

Combined 
(Re, Wr, Ma)

85%

83%

36%

 

Greater Depth

2014
(Previous Curriculum, Level 5)

2015
(Previous Curriculum, Level 5)

2016*
(Current Curriculum, Greater Depth)

Mathematics

36%

63%

-

Reading

70%

45%

-

Writing

30%

30%

9%

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

62%

63%

-

Combined 
(Re, Wr, Ma)

17%

23%

-

*For 2016, Greater Depth is only used for Writing

Progress Score (Current Curriculum - unvalidated)

2016 

Progress Score

Reading

-3.2

Writing

-1.3

Mathematics

-1.7

 Children making 2 or more levels progress from KS1 to KS2 (Previous Curriculum)

2015 

2 or more levels of progress

3 or more levels of progress

Reading

77% 

33%

Writing

92% 

23%

Mathematics

87% 

38%

 

 2014

2 or more levels of progress

3 or more levels of progress

Reading

93% 71% 

Writing

93% 51%

Mathematics

87%

38%


 

 

Department for Education Performance Tables for Calverton

Back to Top