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Academic Achievements

 

2022  Assessment

 

Year R: EYFSP

In 2021-2022, we had 23 pupils in Year R. 

71% pupils achieved a Good Level of Development. 

 

Year 1 Phonics

We offer a structured synthetic phonics programme from Reception until a child is confident (typically in Year 2).

National screening takes place in Year 1 and this year, the percentage of Year 1 pupils who reached the standard was 97%. 

In 2019, the national proportion of children who reached the standard was 82%. 

There are indications that the proportion of children nationally who reached the standard in 2022 will be around 76%.

 

Children who do not reach the standard at Year 1 are routinely supported and then re-assessed in Year 2. Our pupils who re-tested in 2022 will continue to receive targeted teaching and support as have not yet reached the standard. 

 

End of Key Stage 1 Assessment

Teacher Assessment at Year 2 is informed by National Tests completed by the children in the Summer term. 

Although National Assessment data for 2022 is still emerging, there are indications that outcomes in all 3 subjects fell between 2019 and 2022. 

 

 

2022

Expected Standard (Awbridge) 

2019

Expected Standard (National) 

Reading

82%

75%

Writing

82%

69%

Maths

82%

76%

 

 

End of Key Stage 2 Assessment

 

For the National Headlines at Key Stage 2 please follow this link. 

https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/key-stage-2-attainment-2022-national-headlines

 

Assessments were cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic. 

 

Outcomes for KS2 2022 at Awbridge and Nationally are shown below: 

 

Subject

Awbridge 2022

National outcomes 2022

Reading

88% expected standard

13% higher score

74% expected standard

Writing (teacher assessment) 

84% expected standard

16% greater depth

69% expected standard

Maths

92% expected standard

42% higher score

71% expected standard

Reading, Writing and Maths

83% expected standard

13% greater depth/high score

59% expected standard

 

 

2019 Key Stage 2 Outcomes at Awbridge

17 pupils took part in the SATs. One pupil was disapplied (working significantly below the standard) and did not take the tests but is included in these outcomes. Each pupil = 5.5%

 

 

Reading

EGPS

Maths

Writing TA

Combined RWM

 

Exs  100+

Gds

110+

Exs  100+

Gds

110+

Exs  100+

Gds

110+

Exs

Gds

Exs

Gds  110+

Awbridge

78%

44%

79%

36%

67%

33%

89%

33%

61%

22%

Average Points Scaled Score

106

108

106

 

Progress

+0.4

 

-0.6

+1.7

 

Hampshire

76%

30%

78%

35%

80%

27%

82%

24%

65%

11%

Average Points Scaled Score

105

106.2

105.2

 

National (July)

73%

27%

78%

34%

36%

26%

78%

20%

61%

 

Average Points Scaled Score

104

106.3

105

 

Progress:

Progress Measured this year are based around a scale where a score of 0 would equate to an ‘expected’ rate of progress. A score above 0 means that the child has made more progress than other children nationally with the same Key Stage 1 average points score.

 

Each term we evaluate the attainment and progress of every child. Senior Leaders work with Class Teachers to make adjustments to the curriculum to encourage the highest possible levels of achievement.

 

Additional Educational needs:

If your child requires individual support for learning, the Class Teacher will speak to you about additional provision. This is usually within the class, or for a period of time, working 1:1 with an adult on a specific programme.

 

If you have any concerns regarding your child’s progress, we recommend that you speak to the Class Teacher in the first instance, who will always refer you to the School Specialist Teachers for SEN.

For further information, please see our school performance details by clicking here

The schools performance can also be compared to other schools at:

http://www.education.gov.uk

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