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Brimrod Community Primary

Challenge, Aspire, Create & Achieve

School Performance & Results

Key Stage 2

The tables below show the performance of Year 6 children in 2018 National Curriculum Tests.  This was the third cohort to be tested under the new, more rigorous National Curriculum which was introduced in 2014.  Year 6 children take a test in reading, Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling and Mathematics.  Children are teacher assessed in writing.

 

The percentage of children achieving the expected standard or above in Reading, Writing and Maths

% of children achieving the Expected Standard in Reading, Writing and Maths

(Greater Depth / Higher Standard in brackets)

School

53% (3%)

National

64% (6%)

-11% (-3%)

Reading

% of children achieving the Expected Standard in Reading

School

71%

National

75%

-4%

% of children achieving Greater Depth in Reading

School

10%

National

19%

-9%

Writing

% of children achieving the Expected Standard in Writing

School

77%

National

78%

-1%

% of children achieving Greater Depth in Writing

School

10%

National

15%

-5%

Mathematics

% of children achieving the Expected Standard in Mathematics

School

55%

National

76%

-21%

% of children achieving Greater Depth in Mathematics

School

10%

National

17%

-7%

Progress in reading, writing and maths.

  • If children have made as much progress as all other children with the same prior attainment, they will achieve a progress score of 0.  
  • If children have made better progress than other children nationally with the same prior attainment, they will achieve a positive progress score.
  • If children have not made as much progress than other children nationally with the same prior attainment, they will achieve a negative  progress score.

 

As a school, we receive an average progress score for reading, writing and maths.  

  • If this score is 0, it means our children on overage made the progress they should have from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2.
  • If this score is above 0, it means our children on average made better progress than other children did nationally.
  • If this score is below 0, it means our children on average did not make the progress they should have done from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2

Reading

Writing

Maths

+4.0

+4.5

+1.6

In the reading and maths tests, the children's raw score (the number of marks) is converted into a scaled score.  If children achieve the required raw score for the expected standard, they will be given a scaled score of 100.  The greater the raw score above the expected mark, the higher the scaled score will be. Scaled scores are given from 80-120.

 

 

Average Scaled Score for 2018 Y6 cohort

Reading

School

103.2

National

105.0

-1.8

 

 

Maths

School

100.5

National

104.0

-3.5

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grammar & Spelling

School

105.1

National

106.0

-0.9

Click on the link below to redirect to the Department for Education Performance Tables.  This link will take you directly to information about Brimrod.

 

Brimrod Performance

 

This link will redirect you to the general performance table page

 

Performance Table Website

 

Key Stage 1

 

% of children achieving the Expected Standard in Reading, Writing and Maths

School

56%

National

X%

X%

 

Reading

% of children achieving the Expected Standard in Reading

School

68%

National

%

-1%

% of children achieving Greater Depth in Reading

School

24%

National

%

-1%

 

Writing

% of children achieving the Expected Standard in Writing

School

56%

National

%

-2%

% of children achieving Greater Depth in Writing

School

17%

National

%

+4%

 

Mathematics

% of children achieving the Expected Standard in Mathematics

School

68%

National

%

-13%

% of children achieving Greater Depth in Mathematics

School

28%

National

%

-1%

 

Phonics Check Year 1

 

 

2016

2017

2018

 

School

National

School

National

School

National

All Pupils

76

81

69

81

70

 

Disadvantaged

80

70

75

84

63

 

 

Early Years Foundation Stage

 

% of children achieving a Good Level of Development

 

School

National

All Pupils

67

 

Disadvantaged

67