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KS2 Results 2015-16

In 2016 the Department for Education introduced a new set of examinations for pupils at Key Stage One and Key stage two.

The content of these examinations was based a new curriculum for children and was scored using a scaled score. This was different to past SATs examinations  where children were awarded with a level to demark their achievement - for example level three, level four or Level five.

Last year the examinations that the children sat were more challenging and therefore results cannot be compared with previous examination results. The following results have been compared to national averages. Children are judged on their attainment - the percentage of children who passed the test and, at Key Stage 2, progress from their starting point in year 3. The national average progress points are represented with a zero. if children achieve above zero, they have progressed above the national average if they score below zero they are below national averages.

Hawkedon Primary School Key Stage 2 Results 2015/16

KS2 – Progress/Attainment Analysis  -Make up of cohort – main Groups - 86 Pupils

 

 

 

2016 Results

2015 Results

 

Progress

Expected

Greater

Depth

 

L4+

 

L5+

Maths

 

+0.5

83%

(NA 70%)

33%

(NA 17%)

87%

54%

Writing

 

 

-0.6

88%

(NA 74%)

16%

(NA 15%)

83%

32%

Reading

 

-0.5

76%( NA 66%)

32%

(NA 19%)

94%

55%

NA = National Average

Combined Reading, Writing and Mathematics = 66% National average = 53%

Group Break down

BME = 59%              EAL = 44%         SEN= 9%         PP= 7%

 

Girls v Boys

51 Girls

35 Boys

 

Pupil Premium v Non PP

(6 pupils)

EAL v NON EAL

 

BME v NON BME

 

 

Reading

 

 

78  v   69

 

 67     v    75

76    v    73

73     v    78

Maths

 

72   v   86

 

 

50      v  83

 

89    v    73

 

84    v      75

 

Writing

83   v   90

67     v   89

89     v   86

 

82      v    94

 

 

BME Black and Minority Ethnic

EAL  English as Additional Language

SEN Special Education Needs

PP   Pupil Premium