Performance

2015-16

 

KS2 TEST RESULTS: Percentage at each level (number of pupils:9)

 

Below Age Expected Ambergate Age Expected and above

Ambergate

National comparison 2016 Above Age Expected

Ambergate

National comparison 2016
Reading 22 78 66 11 19
SPAG

(spelling, punctuation and grammar)
33 67 72 44 23
Mathematics 0 100 70 22 17
Writing (Teacher Assessment) 11 89 74 44 15
Reading, Writing and Maths combined 22 78 53 11 5

 

Progress Score KS2

The values show how well the pupils did compared with similar schools nationally. A score of zero in a subject means that our school did as well as similar schools in that subject.

Subject School Floor Standard
Reading 3.37 -5
Writing 4.07 -7
Maths 3.35 -5

 

Average Scaled Score KS2

 

A pupil’s scaled score is based on the number of questions which they answered correctly in their SAT test. A score of 100 is the standard which pupils are expected to reach (the ‘Expected Standard’). The values compare our school’s average standard score against the national average.

 

Subject School National
Reading 107.0 102.6
Mathematics 107.1 103.0
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 106.3 104.0

 

KS1 TEST RESULTS: Percentage at each level (number of pupils:13)

 

Below

Age Expected

Age Expected and above

Ambergate

Local Authority comparison

2016

Above

Age Expected

Ambergate

Local Authority comparison

2016

Reading

 

15 85 75 38 24
Writing 15 85 65 23 14
Maths

 

8 92 73 8 19
Reading, Writing and Maths Combined 15 85 60 8 10

 

Phonic Screening – Y1  –  100% achieved the expected standard in 2016 compared to 77% nationally.

 

EYFS 91% of children attained a good level of development.

 

 

Department for Education school comparison tool:

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/112786

 

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2014 data dashboard

and the DfE School Performance Tables (click the icons)

 

 

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