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School Performance

We are extremely proud of the results that the children at East Borough achieved in the year 2016/17. The tables below show our results at key assessment points; these have been reported to the Department for Education. To view data from 2015/16 please click here.

End of Key Stage 2 Assessment

Pupils were graded against whether or not they achieved the expected standard. The results for Reading, Maths and Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling (GPS) are based on a test result.  The results for Writing are based on teacher assessment.

The percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard or greater for 2016 /17 can be seen below:

School

Kent

National

 Reading

85

 74

71

 Writing

 88

 80

 76

 Maths

 90

76

 75

 GPS

 92

 76

 77

Combined R, W, M

78

64

61

 

Each pupil’s achievement in Reading, Maths and GPS was measured by giving a scaled score. The scaled scores range from 80–120, with 100 being deemed as reaching the expected standard and 110 deemed as reaching a high level of attainment. 

  • Average ‘scaled score’ for Reading = 107
  • Average ‘scaled score’ for Maths = 108
  • Average ‘scaled score’ for GPS = 109.5

The percentage of pupils at achieving a higher level of attainment (scaled score > 110)  in 2016/17 can be seen below:

School

Kent

National

Reading 

33

27

25

Writing 

27

19

18

Maths 

43

23

23

GPS 

58

30

31

Combined R, W, M

17

9

9

 

KS1 - KS2 Progress measures

Progress is measured for each pupil from their end of KS1 result. Pupils would generally have a progress measure in the range of -5 to +5, where 0 is the expected progress. These results are then averaged out to give progress measures for Reading, Writing and Maths and a combined progress measure for the school.

  • Progress measure for Reading = 1.7
  • Progress measure for Writing = 2.0
  • Progress measure for Maths = 3.6

 

End of Key Stage 1 Assessment

The assessment process and grading system was changed two years ago for pupils leaving KS1. The results are a combination of test results and teacher assessment.  Pupils were graded against whether or not they achieved the expected standard. 

The percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard or greater for 2016/17 can be seen below:

 

School

Kent

National

 Reading

80

78.8

75.5

 Writing

73

72

68

Maths

82

78

75

The percentage of pupils achieving the higher standard for 2016/17 can be seen below:

 

School

Kent

National

 Reading

25

26

25

 Writing

15

16.5

15.6

Maths

20

20.7

20.5

 

Year 1 – Percentage of pupils achieving the standard in the Phonics Screening Check:

2016/17

School

Kent

National (provisional)

87

82

81

Year 2 – Percentage of pupils achieving the Phonics Screening Check Re-takes:

2016/17

School

Kent

National (provisional)

60

59.6

61.6

 

Year 2 – Percentage of pupils achieving the standard in the Phonics Screening Check by the end of KS1:

2016/17

School

Kent

National

96.7

90.6

Not yet available

 

EYFS – Percentage of pupils achieving a ‘Good Level of Development’ (GLD):

2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

School

National

School

National

School

Kent

National (provisional)

81

66

83

69

72

74.3

71

DfE Performance Tables:

Please CLICK the logo below for our latest Department for Education performance tables.


 

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