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2016 ASSESSMENT RESULTS
EYFS Good Level of Development
Year 1 phonics
|KEY STAGE 1|
|Expected progress & above||100%||86%||100%|
|KEY STAGE 2|
|Reading, Writing & Maths||Reading||Writing||EGPS||Maths||Science|
|Expected progress & above||100%||100%||100%||100%||100%||100%|
|ALL ENGLISH & MATHS|
|% of children achieving expected progress & above||100%|
|% of children attaining level 2+||75%||75%||75%|
|% of children attaining level 2b+||75%||75%||75%|
|% of children attaining level 3+||0%||0%||0%|
|% of children attaining Level 4||100%||80%||40%||80%|
|% of children attaining Level 5||20%||0%||20%||40%|
Expected scale score is 100
Expected progress is 0 with acceptable range of +5 to -5
|% of children achieving Level 4||100%|
|% of children achieving Level 5||20%|
Children’s progress is monitored and assessed throughout their time at school. Marking is done regularly and is carried out with the pupil whenever possible. Positive comments of encouragement and areas for improvement are provided. Achievement is recorded electronically to enable effective pupil tracking and target setting. Targets are given in books so children know what they have to do to improve. Clear objectives and Success Criteria for lessons are provided to encourage children to extend their skills and develop the work that they do.
Reception: A Baseline assessment is carried out after the first few weeks of the children’s initial school term. During the course of their first year at school, each child’s skills, developments and achievements are assessed and recorded using the Foundation Stage Profile which is derived from the ‘Early Learning Goals’.
Year 1: Teacher assessment is based on regular monitoring of development and achievements.
Year 2: The progress made in Key Stage 1 is recorded in the form of a Teacher Assessment, based on continuous observation, informal evaluation of work and formal assessments including the KS1. SATs (Statutory Assessment Tests) are undertaken in Year 2 and parents are informed of the level that their child has reached.
Year 3/4/5: Optional SATs at the end of each year take place during the summer term. They are administered and marked within the school and are used to assess and monitor the progress of the children during one year. Results are reported to parents in the annual reports.
Year 6: SATs are taken in English, Maths and Science. These tests are changed each year and are marked externally. The results are sent to the High School to help inform their planning for the following Autumn Term. Parents are informed of the results and scores are submitted to the LA and DCSF.
At Kings Caple Primary Academy, the number of children taking the tests each year is small. One or two children who have identified Special Educational Needs within a single year group can have an enormous impact on our percentages, particularly where one or two pupils are working below the level for their age. Where less than 10 pupils take SATs in KS2 we do not publish the results but they are readily available on request.