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St Sebastian's CofE Primary School

Together in Faith, We Aspire to Achieve Excellence

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School Data

The most recent data for our school is documented below.

Key Stage 1

Subject     

                                                     

School % at expected standard

National % at expected standard (2019)

Reading

78.3%

75.1%

Writing

78.3%

69.3%

Maths

82.6%

75.7%

 

Key Stage 2

Subject

School % at expected standard

National % at expected standard

(2019)

Reading

67%

73%

Writing

75%

73%

Maths

92%

78%

English, Grammar,  Punctuation and Spelling (EGPS)

75%

78%

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths (RWM)

67%

65%

Attainment over the last 3 years – national and school

KS2 Measures

National

2019

School

2019

National 

2018

School

2018

National

2017

School

2017

Reading, writing and maths: expected

65%

67%

64%

65%

61%

40%

Reading, writing and maths: high

11%

0%

10%

0%

9%

6.7%

Reading test: expected

73%

67%

75%

76.5

72%

66.7

Reading test: high

27%

25%

28%

5.9%

25%

20%

Writing TA: expected

78%

75%

78%

76.5%

76%

46.7%

Writing TA: high

20%

42%

20%

17.6%

18%

13.3%

SPAG test: expected

78%

75%

78%

70.6

77%

53.3%

SPAG test: high

36%

25%

34%

17.6%

31%

20%

Maths test: expected

79%

92%

76%

76.5%

75%

53.3%

Maths test: high

27%

25%

24%

11.8%

23%

13.3%

Reading: average scaled score

104

104

105

102

104

 

SPAG: average scaled score

106

106

106

103

106

 

Maths: average scaled score

105

105

104

102

104

 

These are provisional figures for 2019 and will be verified in December. The scaled score for a high standard remained at 110 for the fourth year. Around 20% of pupils taking the tests didn’t gain enough marks for a scaled score,  and another 3% of pupils were assessed as working below the level of the tests. It is worth noting that reading had the highest proportion of pupils entered for the test but scoring too few marks for a scaled score; this happened for 27% of boys and 20% of girls.

Ofsted has advised caution when interpreting a school’s results and group data unless numbers are large enough to provide a meaningful analysis.

Attainment by gender – NATIONAL AND SCHOOL 2019

KS2 measures 2019

National - all

School - all

National - girls

School - girls

National - boys

School - boys

Reading, writing and maths: expected

65%

67%

70%

100%

60%

42%

Reading, writing and maths: high

11%

0%

13%

0%

9%

0%

Reading test: expected

73%

67%

78%

100%

69%

42%

Reading test: high

27%

25%

32%

60%

22%

0%

Writing TA: expected

78%

75%

85%

100%

72%

57%

Writing TA: high

20%

42%

25%

60%

15%

29%

SPAG test: expected

78%

75%

83%

100%

73%

57%

SPAG test: high

36%

25%

41%

40%

31%

8%

Maths test: expected

79%

92%

79%

100%

78%

86%

Maths test: high

27%

25%

24%

20%

29%

40%

Reading: average scaled score

104

104

106

99.3

103

110

SPAG: average scaled score

106

106

107

102.7

105

110

Maths: average scaled score

105

105

105

103

105

107

Nationally, girls outperformed boys in all subjects again in 2019 other than at the higher standard in maths. The largest gender gap continues to be in writing. Boys’ attainment fell slightly further behind girls for reading in 2019. The largest pupil groups in most primary schools are by gender; the table above allows a school to compare the performance of boys and girls in 2019. If attainment gaps by gender are larger in school than nationally, and the number of boys and girls is sufficient, it may be worth reviewing KS2 data for previous years to see if it is a long-term pattern that needs to be addressed. If the KS2 gender gap is substantial, consider looking if the same gender gap is present at the end of the EYFS and KS1 and on the phonic checks. BE CAREFUL WHEN INTERPRETING SMALL GROUP SIZES.

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