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Key Stage 2 (Year 6)

The new National Curriculum was introduced in 2014 and in May 2016 the Year 6 children took the SATs which were assessing their learning of the new challenging curriculum in reading, maths and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (GPS). Test results are reported as scaled scores in these subjects. In writing, teacher assessment is used, judging against the interim performance descriptors.

 

East Meon CE Primary School is a small primary school with small pupil numbers in each cohort meaning that the percentage representing 1 pupil should be noted when comparing data.

 

 

Reading

 

 

2016

(6 pupils 1 pupil = 17%. *One child did not sit the tests so % in brackets shows % for the 5 children sitting the tests)

2017 - Provisional

(14 Pupils 1 pupil = 7% - Published Data. *Two children absent for tests so % in brackets shows % for the 12 children sitting the tests)

 

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

School

 

67 % (80%)

17% (20%)

86% (100%)

29 % (33%)

Hampshire

 

71%

23%

76%

29 %

National

 

66 %

19%

71 %

25%

 

 

Writing (Teacher Assessment)

 

 

2016

(6 pupils 1 pupil = 17%)

2017 - Provisional

(14 Pupils 1 pupil = 7%)

 

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

School

 

83%

17%

79%

21%

Hampshire

 

79%

20%

80%

23%

National

 

74%

16%

76%

17%

 

Maths

 

 

2016

(6 pupils 1 pupil = 17%. *One child did not sit the tests so % in brackets shows % for the 5 children sitting the tests)

2017 - Provisional

(14 Pupils 1 pupil = 7% - Published Data. *Two children absent for tests so % in brackets shows % for the 12 children sitting the tests)

 

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

School

 

50% (60%)

0%

71% (83%)

14% (17%)

Hampshire

 

71%

17%

77%

23%

National

 

70%

17%

75%

23%

 

SPAG

 

 

2016

(6 pupils 1 pupil = 17%. *One child did not sit the tests so % in brackets shows % for the 5 children sitting the tests)

2017-Provisional

(14 Pupils 1 pupil = 7% - Published Data. *Two children absent for tests so % in brackets shows % for the 12 children sitting the tests)

 

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

School

 

68% (80%)

17% (20%)

64% (75%)

36% (40%)

Hampshire

 

74%

23%

78%

30%

National

 

72%

23%

77%

31%

 

 

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined

 

 

2016

(6 pupils 1 pupil = 17%)

2017 - Provisional

(14 Pupils 1 pupil = 7%)

 

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

School

 

50% (60%)

0%

64% (75%)

7% (8%)

Hampshire

 

58%

7%

65%

11%

National

 

53%

5%

61%

9%

 

 

Average Scaled Scores

 

In the GPS, maths and reading tests, children can score a scaled score in the range of 80-100. To achieve the expected standard, pupils have to score 100 +. To achieve the higher standard pupils have to score a scaled score of 110 +

 

 

2016

 

2017 - Provisional

 

 

Reading

GPS

Maths

Reading

GPS

Maths

School

 

103.2

104.4

99.2

108.1

107.7

104.2

Hampshire

 

103.8

104.2

103.2

105.1

105.9

104.4

National

 

102.6

104

103

104.1

106

104.2

 

 

Average Progress Scores

 

 

2016

 

2017 - Provisional

 

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

Reading

Writing

Maths

School

 

+0.6

+2.1

-4.6

+4.0

+2.0

+0.1

Hampshire

 

0.0

0.5

-0.7

-0.1

+0.1

-0.7

National

 

-0.1

-0.1

-0.1

 

 

 

 

 

This progress score demonstrates the progress our children make in KS2 judged against the progress made by children nationally from the same starting points as they enter Year 3. A positive score means that our children make more progress, on average, than those with similar prior attainment nationally, whereas a negative score shows that our children do not make as much progress across KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.

 

Key Stage 1 (Year 2)

The new National Curriculum was introduced in 2014 and in summer 2016 the children in Year 2 were assessed against this new curriculum. The children took reading and maths tests. These are marked by the teachers and used to inform their teacher assessment. Writing was teacher assessed against the interim performance descriptors.

 

East Meon CE Primary School is a small primary school with small pupil numbers in each cohort meaning that the percentage representing 1 pupil should be noted when comparing data.

 

 

Reading

 

 

2016

(12 pupils. 1 pupil = 8%)

2017-Provisional

(15 pupils. 1 pupil = 7%)

 

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

School

 

92%

58%

87%

33%

Hampshire

 

80%

29%

82%

33%

National

 

74%

24%

76%

25%

 

Writing (Teacher Assessment)

 

 

2016

(12 pupils. 1 pupil = 8%)

2017-Provisional

(15 pupils. 1 pupil = 7%)

 

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

School

 

75%

8%

67%

13%

Hampshire

 

70%

14%

74%

20%

National

 

66%

13%

68%

16%

 

Maths

 

 

2016

(12 pupils. 1 pupil = 8%)

2017-Provisional

(15 pupils. 1 pupil = 7%)

 

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

School

 

92%

33%

80%

33%

Hampshire

 

77%

18%

79%

25%

National

 

73%

18%

75%

20%

 

 

 

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined

 

 

2016

(12 pupils. 1 pupil = 8%)

2017-Provisional

(15 pupils. 1 pupil = 7%)

 

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

% Achieving ARE

% Achieving Higher Standard

School

 

75%

8%

60%

13%

Hampshire

 

66%

9%

70%

15%

National

 

60%

9%

64%

11%

 

 

 

 

Year 1 Phonics

 

Pupils in Year 1 take a phonics screening test.

 

 

2015

 

2016

(1 pupil = 7%)

2017-Provisional

(1 pupil = 10%. * One pupil was not screened. % in brackets shows % of pupils screened who achieved the standard)

School

78%

85%

60% (66%)

Hampshire

78%

81%

82%

National

77%

80%

81%

 

 

EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage Year R)

 

% of pupils achieving a Good Level of Development (GLD)

 

 

2015

 

2016

(1 pupil = 12.5%)

2017 - Provisional

(1 pupil = 7%)

School

64%

88%

73%

Hampshire

73%

75%

76%

National

66%

69%

70%

 

 

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