Foundation Stage

At the end of 2016, 54.5% of pupils in the 2015 EYFS cohort reached a 'good level of development' (GLD) having achieved at least the expected level in the early learning goals in PSE, PD and CL together with the early learning goals in the specific areas of numeracy and literacy. This outcome is a rise on the previous years and forms part of a three year upward trend. The year group faced high levels of transience. The result is below both national and Lancashire expectation, however strong progress is made through foundation stage as recently evidenced in the Early Years Quality Mark assessment in November 2016.

 

Key Stage 1

In 2016, the levels of attainment at the end of Key Stage 1 in Year 2 were below average, with 69.2% of pupils attaining at the least the expected standard in reading, 61.5% in writing, and 61.5% in mathematics.

Given their starting points at the end of Reception, when 25% of the children were assessed as having a 'good level of development' this represents very strong progress through the key stage.

60% achieved the required standard in the Y1 phonics screening check in June 2016 which is below the national average for this assessment, but a slight rise on outcomes compared to the previous year.

 

Key Stage 2

In 2016, the levels of attainment at the end of Key Stage 2 in Year 6 were above average, with 82.4% of pupils attaining at least the expected standard in reading, 76.5% in writing, 76.5% in mathematics and 82.4% in grammar, punctuation and spelling.  76.5% attained at the least the expected standard in all of reading, writing and mathematics. This is significantly above the national average of 53%. The percentage of pupils that attained at the 'higher standard' in all of these subjects combined was 6% with national average at 5%.

The average scaled score for the cohort (where 100 is the expectation) was 105.5 in reading, 104.3 in writing, 104.3 in mathematics and 104.1 in grammar, punctuation and spelling. Overall this is above the national average.

 

Curriculum Area

At least Expected Standard

Higher Standard

SCH

NAT

SCH

NAT

Reading

82%

66%

 24%

 19%

Writing

76%

74%

12%

15%

Maths

76%

70%

18%

17%

Grammar, Punctuation &Spelling

82%

72%

24%

22%

Reading, Writing & Maths Combined

76%

54%

6%

5%

Sch:- School Data  Nat:- National Data

 

Click here for a more detailed look at our KS2 results for 2016.

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