Brimrod Community School

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School Performance & Results

Key Stage 2

The tables below show the performance of Year 6 children in 2019 National Curriculum Tests.  This was the fourth 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

52% (14%)

National

65% (10%)

-13% (+4%)

Reading

% of children achieving the Expected Standard in Reading

School

55%

National

73%

-18%

% of children achieving Greater Depth in Reading

School

28%

National

27%

+1%

 

Writing

% of children achieving the Expected Standard in Writing

School

76%

National

78%

-2%

% of children achieving Greater Depth in Writing

School

14%

National

20%

-6%

Mathematics

% of children achieving the Expected Standard in Mathematics

School

72%

National

79%

-7%

% of children achieving Greater Depth in Mathematics

School

31%

National

27%

+4%

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

+0.5

+1.3

+1.3

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 2019 Y6 cohort

Reading

School

102.6

National

104.4

-1.8

 

 

Maths

School

104.4

National

105.0

-0.6

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grammar & Spelling

School

105.8

National

106.3

-0.5

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 Brimrod Performance

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 Performance Table Website

 

Key Stage 1

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

School

60%

National

65%

-5%

 

Reading

% of children achieving the Expected Standard in Reading

School

70%

National

75%

-5%

% of children achieving Greater Depth in Reading

School

20%

National

25%

-5%

 

Writing

% of children achieving the Expected Standard in Writing

School

60%

National

69%

-9%

% of children achieving Greater Depth in Writing

School

3%

National

15%

+12%

 

Mathematics

% of children achieving the Expected Standard in Mathematics

School

63%

National

76%

-13%

% of children achieving Greater Depth in Mathematics

School

13%

National

22%

-9%

 

Phonics Check Year 1

 

 

2017

2018

2019

 

School

National

School

National

School

National

All Pupils

69

81 67 83

80

 82

Disadvantaged

67

84

63

85

87.5

 71

 

Early Years Foundation Stage

 

% of children achieving a Good Level of Development

 

School

National

All Pupils

69

 72

Disadvantaged

91

 57