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Performance Data

The primary schools’ performance data for 2017 has now been published and a summary is below. We are extremely pleased with our data which shows that pupils continue to make excellent progress. As an inclusive school, there will always be variances between the attainment of different year group cohorts but the overall picture for Wells’ pupils remains extremely positive and reflects the hard work of pupils, staff and parents/carers in supporting our children. 

 

 

Key Stage 1 (end of Year 2) Attainment 2017 - pupils working at or above the expected standard

 

 

Wells 2017 (2016)

Redbridge 2017 (2016)

National 2017 (2016)

Reading

91% (87%)

79% (77%)

76% (74%)

Writing

83% (74%)

71% (68%)

68% (65%)

Mathematics

85% (76%)

79% (76%)

75% (73%)

Reading, Writing and  Maths

combined

78% (67%)

68% (63%)

64% (60%)

 

 

Key Stage 1 (end of Year 2) Attainment 2017 – pupils working at greater depth within the standard

 

Wells 2017 (2016)

Redbridge 2017 (2016)

National 2017(2016)

 

 

 

 

Reading

41% (39%)

32% (30%)

25% (24%)

Writing

20% (11%)

19% (17%)

16% (13%)

Mathematics

33% (24%)

26% (24%)

21% (18%)

Reading, Writing and Maths combined

15% (9%)

14% (13%)

11% (9%)

 

Key Stage 2 ( end of Year 6) Attainment  2017 (2016) – pupils working at or above the expected standard (scaled score of 100 or more)

 

Wells 2017 (2016)

Redbridge 2017 (2016)

National 2017 (2016)

Reading test

 

91% (84%)

74% (68%)

72% (66%)

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling test

96% (91%)

82% (78%)

77% (73%)

Mathematics test

93% (87%)

 

80% (76%)

75% (70%)

Writing (teacher assessment)

96% (82%)

80% (78%)

76% (74%)

Reading test, Writing (teacher assessment) and Maths test combined

84% (73%)

66% (58%)

61% (53%)

 

Key Stage 2 (end of Year 6) Attainment 2017 (2016) – pupils achieving a scaled score of 110 -120 in tests (higher standard)

 

Wells 2017 (2016)

Redbridge 2017 (2016)

National 2017 (2016)

Reading test

40% (20%)

28% (19%)

25% (19%)

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Test

58% (31%)

43% (29%)

31% (23%)

Mathematics test

49% (20%)

35% (28%)

23% (17%)

Writing (teacher assessment)

38% (13%)

22% (21%)

18% (15%)

Reading test, Writing (teacher assessment) and Maths test combined

18% (7%)

12% (9%)

9% (5%)

 

The charts show the attainment of the pupils at the end of each Key Stage. The league tables can be very confusing because schools are measured against a range of different indicators. It is also worth mentioning that, within our small school, each pupil accounts for 2.2% approximately and all pupils within the cohort are included in the data.

 

Whilst attainment is a very important indicator of school performance, pupil progress between Key Stages is also a key factor.  We are extremely pleased with our data which shows that pupils continue to make excellent progress. 

 

 


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