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SATs 2016 results

As this is the first year of the new tests the results look different from those of previous years and cannot be compared with them directly. The new expected standard is higher than the old one.

% meeting at least expected standard

Court Lane Junior 

Local Authority

National

Reading

71

61

66

Grammar Punctuation and Spelling (GPS)

82

69

72

Mathematics

68

64

70

Writing (Teacher assessment only)

-

73

74

Combined (R, W, M)

57

48

53

 

 

% meeting higher standard

Court Lane Junior 

Local Authority provisional

National

Reading

21

14

19

GPS

28

18

23

Mathematics

23

12

17

Writing

18

7

15

Combined (R, W, M)

8

2

5

 

 

Average scaled scores

Court Lane Junior 

Local Authority

National

Reading

104

102

103

GPS

105

103

104

Mathematics

103

102

103

 

 

Progress Measures

Progress score

Reading

-2.9

Writing

-1.6

Mathematics

-3.6

 

 

 

 

 

How we sit in the LA for combined ARE:

We were seventh place in Portsmouth LA for combined ARE in 2016, up 4 places from 2015 for L4+ combined.

How we sit in the LA for the higher standard ARE

We were second in the authority for combined ARE higher standard in 2016, up 2 places from combined L5 in 2015.

 

 

School Performance

We are pleased to be able to share with you some very good news about the performance of the school.  Results of the tests at the end of Year 6 show that standards continue to significantly improve and attainment is above the national average.  These results show the impact of the improvements the school has been making.  We value all of the achievements of our children and academic results are just one measure of success, however we want to congratulate children and staff on these excellent outcomes.  The results are included below for your information.  Please note that the 2014 national data is still provisional.

 

KS2 2014 Test Results and KS2 2015 Targets

 

 

School Test results

2014

National

2014

(provisional)

School Test results

2013

 

School targets for 2015

 

Combined reading, writing and maths  L4

 

 

83%

 

79%

 

81%

 

90%

Combined reading, writing and maths L5

 

 

28%

 

24%

 

23%

 

41%

 

Reading L4

 

95%

 

89%

 

88%

 

97%

 

Reading L4B

 

87%

 

78%

 

82%

 

90%

 

Reading L5

 

64%

 

50%

 

54%

 

70%

 

Writing L4

 

87%

 

85%

 

85%

 

90%

 

Writing L5

 

32%

 

33%

 

32%

 

45%

 

Maths L4

 

93%

 

86%

 

90%

 

94%

                                                                                                             

Maths L4B

 

80%

 

76%

 

81%

 

88%

 

Maths L5

 

54%

 

42%

 

49%

 

64%

 

Maths L6

 

8%

 

9%

 

7%

 

10%

Grammar, punctuation and selling L4

 

86%

 

76%

 

74%

 

90%

Grammar, punctuation and spelling L4B+

 

73%

 

68%

 

64%

 

78%

Grammar, punctuation and spelling L5

 

55%

 

52%

 

45%

 

60%

 

2 level progress reading

 

88%

 

91%

 

81%

 

99%

 

2 level progress writing

 

89%

 

93%

 

88%

 

93%

 

2 level progress maths

 

87%

 

89%

 

88%

 

91%

 

 

 

Our priorities for the next year are to continue to improve the progress made by pupils and to raise standards further in writing.  Our current assessments indicate that standards will be even higher at the end of this academic year.

 

 


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