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2017

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2016

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2015

 

2014

The percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 in Reading, Writing and Maths is 73%

The percentage of pupils making the expected 2 levels progress from Key stage 1 to Key stage 2 is

100% for Writing

85% for Reading

88% for Maths

 

      2013 

       Key Stage 2 school and national level data      

 

          These tables show the percentage of Year 6 children at Scholes Village Primary (cohort of 20 pupils) achieving           each level, compared to national end of Key Stage 2 teacher assessment levels and test results. The shaded                   sections of the tables represent 2012 national teacher assessment and test result data.

 

         Figures may not total 100 per cent because of rounding.

Teacher assessment results

Percentage at each level

 

W

1

2

3

4

5

6

Children disapplied

Children absent

English

 

 

 

10

60

30

 

 

 

English

1

1

3

11

49

35

1

0

0

Speaking and listening

 

 

 

20

50

30

 

 

 

Speaking and listening

1

1

2

12

50

34

1

0

0

Reading

 

 

 

5

60

35

 

 

 

Reading

1

1

3

9

40

45

2

0

0

Writing

 

 

 

25

55

20

 

 

 

Writing

1

1

3

14

53

27

1

0

0

Mathematics

 

 

 

15

60

25

 

 

 

Mathematics

0

1

3

11

45

36

4

0

0

Science

 

 

 

 

60

40

 

 

 

Science

1

0

2

11

50

36

0

0

0

 

 

Test results

Percentage at each level

 

Below level 3**

3

4

5

Children not entered

Children absent

English grammar, punctuation and spelling*

10

35

30

25

 

 

English reading

5

20

40

35

 

 

English reading

6

7

38

48

4

0

Mathematics

0

5

75

20

 

 

Mathematics

4

11

45

36

3

0

 

'W'    represents children who are working towards level 1, but have not yet achieved the standards needed for level 1.

*        The result awarded in this test is indicative of a pupil working at the level reported rather than a true National Curriculum level as for other tests.

**      represents children who were not entered for the tests because they were working below level 3 in English or mathematics, children awarded a compensatory level from the tests and children entered for but not achieving a level from the tests.