Results from Statutory Assessments
Throughout all year groups, assessments are made as objective measures of progress and attainment for our pupils. These are used to support teacher judgements and identify areas where additional support may be needed.
In addition, schools are required to complete statutory assessments at key stages of the pupils' schooling which allow comparable data in relation to other schools - more information on this can be found in the 'Performance Data and OFSTED' section.
However, the table below provides a detailed breakdown of the school's latest achievement within the national testing process. The 2018/19 represents the last year of standardised assessments that were able to be taken and enable a direct comparison to schools nationally. In each subject, the school is measured on the percentage of children reaching the expected level, those working at a higher level (Greater Depth) and in some areas of Year 6, the average score (with 100 being the passmark) and the average progress of pupils since their last assessments in Year 2.
Due to the 2019/2020 National Lockdown, these levels were assessed directly by teachers in some subjects using internal assessments and therefore no national comparison or progress data is possible.
|Year 6||NWA 18/19||National 18/19||Teacher Assessed 19/20|
|Expected level in Reading||84%||73%||86%|
|Greater Depth in Reading||36%||27%||48%|
|Average Scaled Score||106||104|
|Expected level in Mathematics||91%||79%||86%|
|Greater Depth in Mathematics||34%||27%||41%|
|Average Scaled Score||107||105|
|Expected level in Writing||82%||78%||80%|
|Greater Depth in Writing||20%||20%||20%|
|Average Scaled Score||NA|
|Expected level in GPS||84%||78%|
|Greater Depth in GPS||45%||36%|
|Average Scaled Score||108||106|
|% achieving expected level in R/W/M||73%||65%||86%|
|% achieving Greater Depth in R/W/M||20%||11%||27%|
In addition, assessing the level of achievement at the end of primary education, assessments are also taken in Year 2. In the main, these are teacher assessed with some formal testing used to support judgement
|Year 2||NWA 18/19||National 18/19||Teacher Assessed 19/20|
|Expected level in Reading||76%||75%||75%|
|Greater Depth in Reading||26%||25%||26%|
|Expected level in Mathematics||81%||76%||76%|
|Greater Depth in Mathematics||24%||22%||25%|
|Expected level in Writing||74%||69%||70%|
|Greater Depth in Writing||19%||15%||15%|
In Key Stage 1, the Year 1 pupils are also formally assessed for their phonic knowledge. Below, is the information for 2018/2019 and 2019/20; however, due to the National Lockdown, the later assessment was only completed in the autumn term and therefore national comparison data has yet to be released.
|National 18/19||NWA 19/20||National 29/20|
Finally, our Reception pupils are assessed each year against a series of Early Learning Goals, a core set of which need to be achieved in order to view as achieving a Good Level of Development (GLD); the results of which can be seen below:
|National 18/19||NWA 19/20|
|% achieving GLD||71%||72%||71%|
Previous data can be reviewed by clicking on the link below: