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End of Key Stage 1 Outcomes

End of KS1 Attainment Outcomes in 2018

KS1: The statistical first release data (SFR) September 2018 provides provisional data to schools about attainment in the 2018 Key Stage 1 National Curriculum Assessment Results for pupils in schools in England, at National, Regional and Local Authority level.

 

School % of pupils who reached the Expected Standard

 

LA % of pupils who reached the Expected Standard

National % of pupils who reached the Expected Standard

School % of pupils who reached the Greater Depth Standard

LA % of pupils who reached the Greater

Depth Standard

National % of pupils who reached the Greater Depth Standard

 

Reading

 

 

76%

 

72%

 

75%

 

35%

 

24%

 

26%

 

Writing

 

 

77%

 

66%

 

70%

 

23%

 

15%

 

16%

 

Maths

 

 

82%

 

73%

 

76%

 

27%

 

20%

 

22%

 

RWM

 

 

69.3%

 

63%

 

65%

 

16%

 

11%

 

11%

 

Science

 

 

88%

 

77%

 

83%

 

 

 

 

 

End Key Stage 1 Outcomes in 2018

In Reading in 2018 our school has increased by 2.8% compared to 2017 and is above the National Average by 1%.

In Writing in 2018 our school has increased by 0.8% compared to 2017 and is above the National Average by 7%.

In Maths in 2018 our school has increased by 4.1% compared to 2017 and is above the National Average by 6%.

In Reading, Writing and Maths combined in 2018 our school has increased by 2.9% compared to 2017 and is above the National Average by 4%.

In Science in 2018 our school has increased by 2.1% compared to 2017 and is above the National Average by 5%.

Overall this reflects an increase in all areas and positive outcomes for our pupils in 2018. We continue to improve the education, teaching and learning and outcomes for our pupils in order for them to be the best that they can be.

Year on Year Key Stage 1 Data 2016-2018

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