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Pupil  Outcomes

 

Key Stage 2 (2019)

 

% at or above expected standard (100+)

 

Reading

Writing

Mathematics

EGPS

R/W/M

National Averages

72% (-2%)

78%

79% (+3%)

78%

65% (+1%)

Heap Bridge

92% (-4%)

79% (-4%)

83% (-13%)

92% (-4%)

79% (-4%)

 

 

 

% achieving higher standard (110+)

 

Reading

Writing

Mathematics

EGPS

R/W/M

Heap Bridge

29% (-14%)

25%

29% (+4%)

62% (-13%)

8% (-4%)

 

 

Scaled Score Comparisons:

 

Reading

Writing

Mathematics

EGPS

National Averages

104 (-1)

N/A

105 (+1)

106

Heap Bridge Average

105 (-3%)

N/A

105 (-2)

109 (-3)

Generally, we are pleased with this year’s results. Two pupils from the cohort of 24 were not entered for the tests due to their special needs (SEND). However, five further pupils on the SEND register took the tests with a further two missing the expected standard in mathematics and three in reading.

 

 

Key Stage 1 (2019)

 

% at or above expected standard

26 pupils

Reading

Writing

Mathematics

 EGPS

R/W/M

% at or above expected standard

69% (76)

69% (70)

65% (76)

69% (N/A)

65% (65)

% achieving high level of attainment

11.5% (26)

11.5% (16)

11.5% (22)

19% (N/A)

4% (12)

(figures in brackets are national averages – figures highlighted in green are improvements on previous year’s data)

 

Year 1 – Phonics:

In year 1 the phonics screen check pass rates was 92%. This is in line with our highest score in 2017 and an 8% improvement on last year. 100% of our Year 2 cohort have now passed the check with three pupils passing on their second run this year.