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St John's Church Of England Primary School

Growing towards the future through love, care and respect

We wish you all a safe and happy holiday and we look forward to seeing everyone recharged in September.

Ofsted Report 2015

 Achievement Data

Please click on the link to access the DfE School Performance tables website

 
 

Initial analysis of 2014 data

Year R/EYFS Data

Context

Based on 59 pupils as 1 child was not able to be assessed due to long term illness

Within the 59 children assessed, 1 statemented child was graded as emerging in all but 3 areas.

AREA

2013 %age score

2014 %age score

Emerging

Expected

Exceeding

Emerging

Expected

Exceeding

Reading

3.0

69.7

27.3

3.4

59.3

37.3

up

Writing

30.3

42.4

27.3

16.9 down

62.7

up

20.3

Number

24.2

75.8

0.0

8.5

down

74.6

16.9

up

  • We ideally need Emerging to go down and Expected and/or Exceeding to go up

 OVERALL

AREA

2013 %age score

2014 %age score

Prime Learning Goals (personal, social, emotional, physical & communication elements)

97

93

Specific  Learning Goals (lit & maths, science, artistic  elements)

57.6

83

up

All Learning Goals

57.6

83

up

 Year 1 Phonics Screening Check

 

AREA

2013 %age score

2014 %age score

Phonics

77.4

84.7

up

 Kent average last year 67.7%

 

Year 2 data (bracketed figures are last year’s scores)

AREA

Lvl2+

Lvl2B+

Lvl3+

Lvl 3 LA 2013

Lvl 3 NAT 2013

Reading

97%   (97%)

97%    (97%)

38%     (50%)

30%

27%

Writing

97%   (97%)

90%    (97%)

22.6%   (30%)

15%

14%

Maths

97%   (97%)

90.3%  (90%)

29.1%   (33.3%)

23%

22%

Science

97%   (97%)

N/A

35.5%   (36.7%)

21%

21%

 

  • We should remain above Local and National  in all areas
  • 96.7% (93% last year, Kent 86%) of the cohort have now passed the phonics screening check

This cohort follows an exceptional cohort (current Yr3) who achieved the highest number of level 3’s in Reading, Writing and Maths in the last 5 years.

This cohort is unusual in that 19/31 pupils are boys – 38 % are girls.  15 children (48%) are born from April onwards – (32% in June, July & August).

 

Year 6 data (bracketed figures are last year’s scores)

31 children - (12 boys and 19 girls). One child has a statement of SEN and another was level 1 for Reading, Writing and Maths at the end of KS1.

Initial indications lead us to believe that progress should be strong with this cohort when measured against their KS1 scores.

AREA

Lvl 4+

Lvl 5+

Lvl 6

LA

NAT

Lvl 4

Lvl 5

Lvl 4

Lvl 5

Reading

100%   (93.8%)

61.3%   (68%)

0%      (0%)

84.5

44.7

86

44

Writing

96.8%  (90.6%)

45.2%   (46.9%)

3.2%   (0%)

82.9

31.4

83

30

SPAG

96.8%  (87.5%)

61.3%   (65.3%)

9.7%   (6.3%)

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Maths

100%   (93.8%)

51.6%   (59.4%)

9.7%   (12.5%)

82.6

40.9

85

41

Science

96.8%  (96.9%)

51.6%   (53.1%)

0%     (0%)

86.9

N/A

38.7

N/A