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Ofsted and Performance Data

School Performance Data 2017-18

 

Year 6 – End of Key Stage 2 data 2018

 

21 pupils % not met standard % met or exceeded standard % exceeded standard average scaled score Progress score
Writing 14% 86% 10% - +1.0
Reading 14% 86% 33% 108.0 +3.8
Mathematics 19% 81% 10% 107.3 +0.3
Grammar test 9% 91% 38% 108.0 -
Combined reading, writing and maths - 76% 7% - -

 

See link below for Performance Tables:

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/106032/bridge-hall-primary-school/primary

 

End of Key Stage 1 data 2018 (very small and mobile cohort)

 

  Number met standard Percentage met standard Number exceeded standard Percentage exceeded standard
Reading 8 67 0 0
Writing 7 58 0 0
Maths 9 75 0 0

 

Phonics Screening

Number met the standard in Y1 = 13 (43%). Number met the standard in Y2 = 2 (50%)

 

EYFS Number achieving good level of development = 12 (52%)

School Performance Data 2016-17

 

Year 6 - End of Key Stage 2 data 2017

 

19 pupils % not met standard (<100) % met or exceeded standard (>100) average scaled score
Writing 10 (53%) 9 (47%) N/A
Reading 2 (11%) 17 (89%) 105.4
Mathematics 5 (26%) 14 (74%) 104.1
Grammar test 5 (26%) 14 (74%) 104.2

 

Click here for the FFT Data Dashboard, showing subject performance over last three years.

 

Year 2- End of Key 1 Stage data 2017

 

26 pupils Met standard Greater Depth Progress from EYFS
Writing 15 (58%) 1 (4%) TBC
Reading 17 (65%) 3 (12%) TBC
Mathematics 16 (62%) 2 (8%) TBC

 

Click here for the FFT Data Dashboard, showing subject performance over last three years.

Reception Class End of Foundation Stage data 2017

 

19 out of the 31 achieved a good level of development across the key areas of the early learning goals – equating to 61%.

KS2 Results 2016

 

The new assessment arrangements were introduced this year so the scores will not easily compare with previous years. The results of the assessments were collated by the DFE and scaled scores were created.

 

A score of 100 would indicate the expected achievement by the end of the year in the new curriculum for the Year 6 Pupils. The children had to sit exams in reading, spelling , grammar and punctuation (SPAG) and two mathematics papers.

 

Their writing over the year was also assessed to see of they met the “end of year expectations” by July 2016.

In the summer of 2016, we had 15 pupils complete their primary schooling with us. Their end of KS2 scores are illustrated in the link below.

 

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/106032/bridge-hall-primary-school/primary

 

These scaled scores relate to the Reading Test, Spelling Punctuation and Grammar Test  and the maths tests. The writing refers to the writing assessments  judgments made over the year and  externally moderated. “Met” indicates they met the new Age Related Expectations by the end of the year.

 

Test Scaled Score Bands -94 95-99 100-104 105+
Reading 4 4 7 0
Spelling/punctuation/grammar 3 8 4 0
Maths 2 3 9 1

 

It is hard to show accurate data that can indicate the actual progress these pupils have made from their starting points in early years or their key stage one scores. These children will have undertaken a different curriculum in key stage one. Additionally, mobility has been historically high in the school, a proportion of the pupils may not have been with us very long and some may not have undertaken  any KS1 tests in their previous schools, so no previous attainment data is available.

 

Children who achieved expected outcomes in Reading Writing and Maths combined = 20% National Average = 53%

 

For a more details breakdown of groups performance please click below.

The FFT data dashboard is now available on the link below.

KS1 Results 2016

 

20 pupils % not met standard % met standard %greater depth % expected progress from EYFS
Writing 65% 45% 0 78%
Reading 40% 60% 0 89%
Mathematics 45% 55% 0 83%
Science 10% 90% 0 N/A

 

Our EYFS Results 2016

 

Our KS2 Results 2015

These relate to the old levels. level 4 being expected level , 5 above and 3 below expectations.

 

Children Attaining Level 4 +Reading =55%, Grammar Test=50%, Maths Test = 70%

Children Attaining Level 5Reading=20%, Grammar Test=20%, Maths Test =10%

 

Progress Measures 2015 – 2 or more levels progress from Key Stage 1 to 2

61% of pupils made two levels of progress in reading,

100% of pupils made two levels of progress in writing and

78% made two levels of progress in maths.

KS2 Results 2014

Children Attaining Level 4 +Reading =90%, Writing=90%, Maths= 90%

Children Attaining Level 5: Reading=40%, Writing=30%, Maths=60%

 

Please click on the links to access the Data Dashboards and DFE data sites:

 

DFE school performance tables

Please read our most recent Ofsted reports.

 

Bridge Hall Primary OFSTED Report 2013

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