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School Performance - Statutory Information

We are very proud of every child's achievements at St Matthew’s. This page provides an explanation and summary of how our pupils perform against national measures. 


The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS or Reception Class) 2019

Achievement at the end of the children’s first year at School is measured by assessing if individual pupils have met a ‘good’ level of development across a range of different goals. The table below shows the percentages of pupils that have met a ‘good’ level of development in all of the areas

EYFS

Total no pupils

% of pupils that achieved a “Good” Level of development across areas

39

School

National 2018

 

 

56%

71.5%

 

Year 1 Phonic Screening Check 2019

Children are tested at the end of Year 1 on their phonics knowledge. This is done by children reading 40 words and nonsense words. Children who correctly attempt the threshold amount (this year 32), are deemed to be working at the expected level. Children scoring below the threshold are deemed to be working below. These children are then given extra phonics support in Year 2 and re-tested at the end of the year.

Year 1 Phonics

Total no. of Year 1 pupils

% of pupils working at the required standard (32+/40):

47

School

National 2018

 

 

79%

82%

 

Key Stage One Results 2019

When children reach the end of Year 2, they are assessed by their teachers across a range of different subjects to see if they are attaining 'below' (not yet at National Standard), 'at standard', or 'exceeding' the National Standard. This assessment measure is much harder than the 'levels' system used in the past.

Total: 49

Reading

Writing

Maths

Read/writing/maths combined

 

school

national

school

national

school

national

school

national

Below Standard

19%

 25%

19%

 30%

12%

24% 

25%

 35%

At Standard+

81%

 75%

81%

 70%

88%

 76%

75%

 65%

Exceeding Standard

40%

 26%

25%

 16%

27%

 22%

21%

 12%

 

Key Stage Two Results 2019

When children reach the end of Year 6, they are again assessed across a range of different subjects to see if they are attaining below, in line with or above national expectations. They are assessed:

  • By their teachers, who base their judgements on how the child has performed across not only the year, but during their time at St Matthew’s.
  • By sitting their Statutory Assessment Tests (SATs). These are tests that take place at the School in May and are marked externally.

Tests at KS2 are now much harder to reflect an advanced curriculum. A School will initially aim to ensure that its pupils are ‘secondary ready’. A child who is deemed to be 'At Standard' would be secondary ready. A child not yet at this level would be deemed to be 'Working Below' the National Standard. Children working above the national standard would be deemed to be 'exceeding'

 

Reading

Writing teacher assessment

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Maths

Reading/writing/ maths combined

 

school

national 

school 

national 

school

national

school

national

school

national

Below Standard

47%

25%

24%

22%

37%

22%

29%

24%

47%

36%

At Standard+

53%

75%

76%

78%

63%

78%

71%

76%

53%

64%

Exceeding Standard

20%

28%

24%

20%

27%

34%

22%

24%

20%

10%

 

Key Stage 2 Value Added Progress Scores 2019

Reading: tbc

Writing: tbc

Maths: tbc

 

Key Stage 2 Average Scaled Scores 2018

Reading:  99 average scaled score

Writing: 103 average scaled score

Maths:  102 average scaled score

GPS: 99 average scaled score

 

Please note - the data above is currently unvalidated, and compared with national results from 2018. This will be amended when the 2019 national data is made available.

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