Link to DfE School Performance Tables

Attainment Figures for Key Stage 2 2016

The Y6 cohort contained a number of children who experienced particular difficulties. There were also 5 children within the year group who had EHCPs (previously Statements of SEN). The fourth column of this table removes the data connected with those children with EHCPs.

Expected Attainment

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 Subject National
Reaching expected standard +
Abbotsbury
Reaching expected standard +
Abbotsbury

Adjusted figure (with EHCP children removed)

Abbotsbury Average Scaled Score National Average  Scaled Score
Reading 66% 63% 68% 102.5 102.6
Writing 74% 61% 66% n/a n/a
GPS 72% 74% 78% 104.3 104
Maths 70% 69% 72% 103.7 103
Combined R, W, M score 53% 48% 52% n/a n/a

Better than Expected Attainment

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National Abbotsbury
Reading
(Higher Standard)
19% 15%
Writing
(Working at greater depth)
15% 15%
GPS
(Higher Standard)
23% 32%
Maths
(Higher Standard)
17% 28%
Combined R,W,M
(Higher Standard)
5% 4%

N.B. The new assessment procedures and measures make it difficult to make direct comparisons between results from previous years.
Please look at historical data to measure progress over time.

Progress

The following information is taken from the DfE publication ‘Primary School Accountability in 2016’: (Published September 2016)
‘Individual pupil level progress scores are calculated in comparison to other pupils nationally. For all mainstream pupils nationally, the average progress score will be zero. A school’s progress scores for English reading, English writing and mathematics are calculated as its pupils’ average progress scores. This means that school level progress scores will be presented as positive and negative numbers either side of zero.

• A score of 0 means pupils in this school, on average, do about as well at key stage 2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.
• A positive score means pupils in this school on average do better at key stage 2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally.
• A negative score means pupils in this school on average do worse at key stage 2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally.’

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Abbotsbury
Progress Score
Reading 0.1
Writing -0.5
Maths 1.6

0

0

Key Stage 1 Data 2015

Successes:

  • Significant progress has been made in Maths. (10% improvement on the scores from 2014 at L2B+ and 11% improvement at L3). The improved confidence and security with mathematical operations shows the impact of the focus upon maths as a whole school target and the implementation of the Singapore Teaching style and materials. L3 attainment is now above national levels.
  • Reading has improved at L2B+ and is now in line with the national figures for this measure. There has been sustained improvement at L2B+ and L3 from 2013.
  • The percentage of children reaching expected levels at writing (2B+) has improved significantly from 2013/14.

Areas for Action:

  • Continue to implement strategies to improve attainment in writing. Encourage the development of speaking and listening skills and the use of a wider vocabulary.
  • Continue to build on the progress of teaching and learning in Maths.
  • Increase the percentage of children attaining above expectations in reading.
Key Stage 1 Data 2015 - Download

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Reading

 Level Abbotsbury 2013 Abbotsbury 2014 National 2015 Abbotsbury 2015
L2+ 87% 91% 90% 88%
L2b+ 58% 79% 82% 83%
L3 17% 23% 32% 25%

Writing

 Level Abbotsbury 2013 Abbotsbury 2014 National 2015 Abbotsbury 2015
L2+ 77% 82% 88% 83%
L2b+ 45% 42% 72% 57%
L3 8% 4% 18% 7%

Maths

 Level Abbotsbury 2013 Abbotsbury 2014 National 2015 Abbotsbury 2015
L2+ 93% 88% 93% 93%
L2b+ 65% 65% 82% 75%
L3 17% 21% 26% 32%

0

0

Key Stage 2 Summary of Attainment 2015

Successes:

  • The overall percentage for expected attainment in the main key areas of reading, writing and maths has improved on previous years. This is maintaining an improving trend over the past three years and is slightly higher than national figures.
  • The percentage of children attaining at expected levels is approximately in line with national levels for reading, writing and maths and slightly above those levels for GPS.
  • There has been a significant improvement in attainment in GPS over three years at both level 4 and level 5.

Areas for Action:

  • We need to improve the percentage of children attaining above national expectations in reading, writing and maths in order to meet national averages.
  • There should be a particular focus upon the development of writing to ensure that a higher percentage of children are enabled to achieve above expected levels.
  • It is important to ensure that attainment is secure across the school in order to meet the increased expectations of the new national curriculum.

KS2 Summary of Attainment 2015 - Download
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Level 4+
Abbotsbury 2013 Abbotsbury 2014 National 2015 Abbotsbury 2015
Reading 80% 85% 89% 88%
Writing 74% 88% 87% 86%
Grammar Punctuation and Spelling (GPS) 66% 78% 80% 84%
Maths 80% 85% 87% 86%
Reading, writing and Maths 70% 80% 80% 81%
Level 5+
Abbotsbury 2013 Abbotsbury 2014 National 2015 Abbotsbury 2015
Reading 25% 35% 48% 35%
Writing 20% 28% 36% 16%
GPS 39% 55% 55% 58%
Maths 30% 33% 41% 33%
Reading, writing and Maths 11% 18% 24% 12%
Level 6+
Abbotsbury 2013 Abbotsbury 2014 National 2015 Abbotsbury 2015
Reading 0% 0% 0% 0%
Writing 2% 0% 2% 0%
GPS 2% 5% 4% 4%
Maths 7% 13% 9% 12%

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Successes:

  • Our high standards from last year have been maintained.
  • Our attainment in phonics is significantly above provisional national levels.
  • There is only a 3% gap in the attainment of Pupil Premium children and non-Pupil Premium. (86% and 89%). National attainment gap for the previous year was 15%.

Areas for Actions:

  • Girls currently outperform boys. We need to do more raise attainment of boys.
  • We need to close the small attainment gap between Pupil Premium and non-Pupil Premium pupils.
Y1 Phonics Test - Download
Abbotsbury 2013 Abbotsbury 2014 National 2015 Abbotsbury 2015
Working at required standard 66% 88% 89% 77%

Link to DfE School Performance Tables

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