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Pupil Attainment and progress

Continual informal assessment takes place in the classroom informing planning and differentiated work for pupils. Formal assessment takes place at the end of Year 2 with pupils participating in the statutory Key Stage 1 SAT’s.

2017 results

Standards at the end of Year 2

 

  Reading Writing Maths
School 86% 55% 76%
National 2016 76% 68% 75%
Average Points Progress 2016      
School 6.8 6.1 6.8
National expected
6.0 6.0 6.0

   

Although our results are slightly lower than the National Average for writing this year our children make good progress. The expected number of points progress each year in Key Stage One should be 6.0. This year, our children made 6.8 points in Reading, 6.1 points in writing and 6.8 points in Maths. This represents good progress.

Standards at the end of Year 4 (End of Lower Key Stage 2)

We also assess Year 4 pupils, as do other lower schools in Bedfordshire to measure children’s progress at the end of Year 4 and share this information with both the receiving middle school and parents.                                          

  Reading Writing Maths
School 89% 82% 75%
       
Average Points Progress 2016      
School 6.2 6.9 6.2
National expected
4.5 4.5 4.5

 

 

 

 

 

These results are well above where the national expectations are for children of this age. Our children make excellent progress. The expected number of points progress each year in Key Stage Two is 4.5. This year, our children made 6.2 points in reading, 6.9 points in writing and 6.2 points in Maths.

Children’s progress is reported to parents in an annual report in July, In addition there are consultation evenings, in autumn and spring terms, when parents and staff can review progress and targets. There is also regular informal contact at the end of the school day and parents may make an appointment at any time to discuss issues.

 

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