SATS Results

There were new tests in 2016 for Year 2 and Year 6, with an interim framework in place. As a result, 2016 results cannot be compared with previous years.

Key Stage 2 (Year 6) results for 2016:

 

  School 2016 National 2016
Reading, Writing, Maths combined 51% 53%
Reading 63% 66%
Writing 71% 74%
Maths 69% 70%
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar 86% 72%

Our results were in line with National figures, except in SPAG where we performed better than children did nationally.

 Key Stage 1 (Year 2) results for 2016:

 

  School 2016 National 2016
Reading, Writing, Maths combined 43% 60%
Reading 54% 74%
Writing 48% 66%
Maths 58% 73%

Phonics check results (Year 1)

 

2014 2015 2016 National 2016
66% 54% 72% 81%

Reception :

Children who reached a Good Level of Development:

 

2014 2015 2016 National 2016
47% 57% 56% 69%

Previous results (cannot be compared with 2016 results):

Key Stage 1 (End of Year 2) results:

 

    Park Hill School 2012

 

Park Hill School 2013

 

Park Hill School 2014

 

Park Hill School 2015

 

National 2014
Reading Level 2c+

Level 2b

Level 3

80%

67%

17%

85%

76%

18%

85%

74%

20%

85%

75%

21%

89%

79%

29%

Writing Level 2c+

Level 2b

Level 3

80%

65%

12%

80%

62%

15%

75%

62%

15%

76%

63%

19%

89%

67%

15%

Maths Level 2c+

Level 2b

Level 3

90%

65%

17%

 

89%

71%

11%

85%

71%

14%

85%

69%

17%

91%

78%

23%

(The national expectation for the end of Year 2 is level 2b)

KS1 PROGRESS

In 2015, Pupils’ progress from their prior attainment at the end Reception, shows that most pupils made expected or better progress in Reading, Writing and Maths

KEY STAGE 2 : Year 6 results have improved:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

2012 2013 2014 2015
READING Level 4+

Level 5

Level 6

84%

32%

 

80%

35%

2%

87%

43%

2%

82%

37%

0%

WRITING Level 4+

Level 5

Level 6

77%

20%

 

77%

19%

2%

83%

33%

3%

85%

37%

5%

Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar Level 4+

Level 5

Level 6

77%

50%

5%

74%

47%

2%

86%

63%

5%

MATHS Level 4+

Level 5

Level 6

75%

25%

 

77%

43%

8%

85%

63%

5%

80%

39%

2%

L4 in both Reading, Writing and Mathematics

The proportion of pupils attaining the age related Level 4 in both English and Mathematics:

 

2012 2013 2014 2015
Level 4 and above in Reading, Writing and Maths  

70%

 

68%

 

77%

 

72%

The average point score (APS) has improved in Writing and Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (each level is given points and the average for the children’s levels in Year 6 is shown):

  2012 2013 2014 2015 National 2014
AVERAGE POINT SCORE AVERAGE POINT SCORE AVERAGE POINT SCORE AVERAGE POINT SCORE AVERAGE POINT SCORE
READING 27.7

 

27.8 28.6 27.8 29
WRITING 26.9

 

26.9 28 28.6 27.9
Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar 28.6 29.9 30.2 28.6
MATHS 26.6

 

28.7 28.6 28.2 29
ALL SUBJECTS APS 27.1

 

28 28.8 28.2 28.7

The Average Point Score:

  • Reading: Improvements are evident over the last four years
  • Writing: has improved well and is now narrowing the gap with national outcomes.
  • Mathematics: improvements are evident in mathematics over the past three years.

 KS2 PROGRESS     Children are expected to make 2 levels progress over KS2 (Year 3 to Year 6).

 

  2012 2013 2014 2015
2 levels+ 3 levels+ 2 levels+ 3 levels+ 2 levels+ 3 levels+ 2 levels+ 3 levels+
READING 93%

 

48%

 

91% 41% 96% 49% 90% 31%
WRITING 93%

 

51%

 

96% 42% 98% 53% 100% 61%
MATHS 90%

 

24%

 

95% 47% 96% 49% 86% 35%

 Value Added data

Schools are given a Value Added figure (VA) to show the amount of progress children have made from the end of year 2 to the end of Year 6. If the children have made expected progress the school is given a VA of 100. If a VA figure of over 100 is achieved, children are making better than expected progress.

 

  2012 2013 2014 2015
All subjects 100.8 101.4 101.7 100.2
Reading 100.7 101.5 99.5
Writing 100.8 101.6 101
Maths 100.6 102 101.8 100.1

Children who receive Free School Meals had a Value Added figure of 100.9 in 2013, 102 in 2014 and 99.8 in 2015. 100 is the national average.

ATTENDANCE : We have improved our levels of attendance:

  2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16
Overall Attendance 95.08% 95.65 95.6 94.46%

 

 

 

 

 

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