Gunthorpe

CofE Primary School

Feeding Minds, Touching Hearts

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Progress and Attainment

Progress and Attainment 2019

 

We are very pleased that this years Reception cohort achieved 81% good level of development across all areas. This compares to a national average of 72%

 

In Year 1 100% of children passed the phonics screening test and all children from Year 2 had passed the previous year.

 

At the end of Key stage 1, 83% of children achieved the expected standard in reading compared with 75% nationally with 22% achieving greater depth compared to 25% nationally. 78% achieved the standard in Writing compared with 69% nationally with 22% achieving greater depth compared to 15% nationally. 83% achieved the standard in maths compared with 76% nationally and 33% achieved greater depth compared to 22% nationally.

 

At the end of Key stage 2, 80% of children achieved the expected standard in reading compared with 73% nationally with 60% achieving greater depth compared to 27% nationally. 80% achieved the standard in Writing compared with 78% nationally with 40% achieving greater depth compared to 20% nationally. 80% achieved the standard in maths compared with 79% nationally and 40% achieved greater depth compared to 27% nationally. 100% children achieved the expected standard in GPS compared with 85% nationally with 40% achieving greater depth compared to 36% nationally. Due to the low number of pupils in year 6 for this academic year no progress scores of scaled scores are able to be published for 2018/19.

 

Overall 60% of pupils achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined compared to 65% nationally.  20% of pupils achieved the higher standard in reading, writing and maths combined compared to 11% nationally.

Progress and attainment 2017-18

 

We are very pleased that this years Reception cohort achieved 100% good level of development across all areas. This compares to a national average of 71%

 

In Year 1 100% of children passed the phonics screening test and all children from Year 2 had passed the previous year.

 

At the end of Key stage 1, 91% of children achieved the expected standard in reading with 36% achieving greater depth.  91% achieved the expected standard in writing with 36% at greater depth. 91% achieved the standard in maths with 18% at greater depth.

 

At the end of Key stage 2, 100% of children achieved the expected standard in reading compared with 75% nationally with 54% achieving greater depth compared to 28% nationally. 85% achieved the standard in Writing compared with 78% nationally with 8% achieving greater depth compared to 20% nationally. 77% achieved the standard in maths compared with 76% nationally and 23% achieved greater depth compared to 24% nationally.

 

Overall 69% of pupils achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined compared to 64% nationally.  15% of pupils achieved the higher standard in reading, writing and maths combined compared to 10% nationally.

Progress and attainment 2016-17

 

We are very pleased that this years Reception cohort achieved 100% good level of development across all areas.20% exceeded the expectation in reading with 7% exceeding in writing and 13% exceeding in maths.

 

In Year 1 100% of children passed the phonics screening test and all children from Year 2 who resat the test also passed.

 

At the end of Key stage 1, 81% of children achieved the expected standard in reading with 38% achieving greater depth.  69% achieved the expected standard in writing with 44% at greater depth. 75% achieved the standard in maths with 31% at greater depth.

 

At the end of Key stage 2, 90% of children achieved the expected standard compared with 71% nationally. 70% achieved the standard in Writing compared with 76% nationally. 50% achieved the standard in maths compared with 75% nationally and 10% achieved greater depth.

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