Thornham St.James’

 Statutory Assessment Results (2018)

 

End of Reception- Percentage of children achieving Good Level of Development

 

Good level of Development

 

School

LA

National

2018

90.3%

64.1%

71.5%

2017

83.3%

63.7%

70.7%

 

 

Year 1 Phonics Screening

 

Phonics Screening Check

 

School

LA

National

2018

80%

77.5%

% not yet released

2017

86.7%

76.7%

81%

 

 

 

Key Stage 1

2018

Working at the expected standard

 

Working at Greater Depth

 

 

School

LA

National

School

LA

National

Reading

 

83%

69%

75%

40%

17%

26%

Writing

 

80%

64%

70%

33%

11%

16%

SPaG

 

83%

/

/

 

/

/

Maths

 

80%

70%

76%

33%

15%

22%

R, W & M combined

 

80%

60%

65%

23%

8%

12%

 

 

 

Key Stage 2

2018

Working at the expected standard

 

Working at Greater Depth

 

School

 

LA

National

School

LA

National

Reading

 

97%

72%

75%

50%

23%

28%

Writing

 

87%

76%

78%

10%

15%

20%

SPaG

 

97%

78%

78%

30%

33%

34%

Maths

 

77%

75%

76%

23%

19%

24%

R, W & M combined

 

73%

62%

64%

7%

6%

10%

 

The latest school performance data is available from the Department for Education website:

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk

 

 

 

Key Stage 2 Average Scaled Score and Progress

Average Scaled Score

School

National

Pupil Progress

Reading

109

105

0.2 (-1.9to 2.3)

Maths

105

104

-2.2 (-4.1 to -0.3_

SPaG

107

106

N/A

Writing

N/A

N/A

-3.3 (-5.4 to -1.2)

 

KS2 Progress

Progress is measured from KS1 data. Children are grouped by their KS1 results with other children of similar results and then their KS2 results are compared against the average score from all of the children within that national group. This results in a positive or negative figure. Each child’s progress figure is added then divided by the number of children in the class to give a school average progress figure (below). To make ‘expected’ progress, the number should be 0. A positive number shows better than expected progress. A negative number shows less than expected progress. Most schools score between -5 and +5.

Floor Standards

The floor standard is the minimum standard for pupil attainment and progress that the government expects schools to meet, and schools need to meet either the attainment element or all three of the progress elements to be above floor standards.

The floor standard for 2018 is either:

  •  At least 65% in maths, reading and writing attainment OR
  •  At least -5 in reading AND -7 in writing AND -5 in maths progress

Thornham Saint James’ is above floor standards.