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Performance Data

 

Introduction

This section contains data and information pertaining to the school’s performance against national and local attainment benchmarks and our performance in national standarised testing in Years 1, 2 and 6.

 

Performance data is for each complete school year for the previous three years.

 

COVID-19 Update

Due to disruption caused by the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic, all schools in England have been unable to carry out nationally standardised tests for the academic years 2019/20 and 2020/21; nor have they been required to submit any formal attainment data to either the Local Authority or the Department for Education. Therefore, information within this section reflects our last complete set of data – collected in Summer Term 2019.

 

However, to provide visitors to this website further contextual information about the impact of Teaching and Learning throughout the pandemic, please see the document below. This provides comparative information from internal assessments undertaken in 2021 and contrasted against national standardised results from 2019. #

 

Detailed attainment information for the years 2016 - 2019 can be found below this document:

 

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

 

Good Level of Development

 

‘Good level of Development’ or ‘GLD’ is the national expectation for pupils leaving the Foundation Stage, before they commence Year 1. To achieve a GLD pupils are graded as 1 (emerging) 2 (expected) or 3 (exceeding) in 7 prime and specific assessed areas. Students must attain a total of at least 24 points with no area being graded less than 2 to be deemed to have made a good level of development.

 

EYFS results from 2017 - 2019 are as follows:

 

 

School GLD

Local Authority GLD

National GLD

Overall 2017

84.1%

77.2%

70.7%

Overall 2018

73.2%

77.2%

71.5%

Overall 2019

88.9%

76.7%

71.5%

 

 

Key Stage 1

In Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2), children are assessed in their phonological understanding and application in the Summer Term in Year 1. This involves them undertaking the ‘Phonics Screening Check’, which is a short, teacher led assessment of the children’s ability to decode and read a selection of 40 words. These words include a selection of ‘real’ words and words which have no meaning, but are phonetically possible to sound out. If a child does not reach the expected standard by the end of Year 1, they are then required to re-sit the check again at the end of Year 2.

Results for 2018 - 2020 are as follows:

 

Year

School Pass Rate

Re-sit Pass Rate

National Pass Rate

National Re-sit Pass Rate

2017/18

75.6%

86.7%

50%

64.4%

2018/19

60.5%

54.5%

82%

91%

*2019/20

93%

-

-

-

 

*For the 2019/20 academic year, the DfE requested that all schools conduct the Year 1 elements of the Phonic Screening check in the Autumn Term of 2020. year 2 re-sits did not occur in 2020. Results listed above reflect this.

 

At the end of Year 2, all children are expected to sit their National Curriculum Standard Assessment Tests – more commonly referred to as SATS. Children sit 5 test papers: Reading, Maths and Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPAG). The class teacher then uses these results, together with a spate assessment of the child’s writing, to make an informed decision about the child’s overall attainment by the end of Year 2.

 

Outcomes in Year 2 are not based solely on the outcome of the SATS tests.

 

KS1 SATS outcomes for Longlands Primary School from 2019 – 2017 are as follows:

 

2018/19

 

Working at the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

Reading: School

73.3%

33.3%

Reading: National

74.9%

25%

 

Writing: School

73.3%

28.8%

Writing: National

69.2%

18.8%

 

Maths: School

80%

33.3%

Maths: National

75.6%

21.7%

 

 

2017/18

 

Working at the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

Reading: School

79.1%

16.3%

Reading: National

75.5%

25.7%

 

Writing: School

72.1%

4.7%

Writing: National

70%

15.9%

 

Maths: School

76.7%

23.3%

Maths: National

76.1%

21.8%

 

 

2016/17

 

Working at the expected standard

Exceeding the expected standard

Reading: School

71.1%

22.2%

Reading: National

76%

25%

 

Writing: School

66.7%

6.7%

Writing: National

68%

16%

 

Maths: School

71.1%

8.9%

Maths: National

73%

21%

 

 

Key Stage 2

At the end of KS2, children in Year 6 are expected to once again sit a series of national SATS tests in Reading, Maths and SPAG. However, in KS2, only the teacher’s assessment of Writing is used to inform this outcome – attainment in the other areas is informed solely by the outcome of the tests.

 

In addition to this, the DfE will then use the children’s outcomes at the end of KS1 and compare these with outcome in Year 6 to calculate each’s child’s progress over the previous four years. The progress figures represented below are the average of all children in Year 6 combined.  

 

KS2 SATS outcomes for Longlands Primary School from 2019 – 2017 are as follows:

 

 

2018/19

Overall attainment

Subject

School percentage for children achieving the expected standard.

National percentage for children achieving the expected standard.

School percentage for children exceeding the expected standard.

National percentage for children exceeding the expected standard.

Reading

74.5%

73%

31.9%

27%

Writing

76.6%

78%

23.4%

20%

Maths

78.7%

79%

31.9%

27%

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPAG)

74.5%

78%

-

36%

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths

63.8%

65%

19%

11%

 

Average Scores

Subject

Average points score for Longlands pupils*

Average points score for pupils nationally

Reading

106

104

Writing**

-

-

Maths

105

105

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPAG)

105

106

 

* For a child to reach the expected standard they are required to achieve a scaled score of 100 or above.

** As Writing is teacher assessed, no test is administered and this is why there is no scaled score.

 

Average progress from Key Stage 1 to end of Key Stage 2

Subject

Average progress scores for Longlands pupils

Reading

-0.5

Writing

-0.7

Maths

-1.8

 

Please note: Progress in SPAG is not measured form KS1 to KS2

 

 

2017/18

Overall attainment

Subject

School percentage for children achieving the expected standard.

National percentage for children achieving the expected standard.

School percentage for children exceeding the expected standard.

National percentage for children exceeding the expected standard.

Reading

76.1%

75.0%

37%

28%

Writing

82.6%

78.0%

26.1%

19.8%

Maths

84.8%

76.0%

37%

24%

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPAG)

73.9%

78.0%

41.3%

34%

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths

69.6%

64.0%

17%

10%

 

Average Scores

Subject

Average points score for Longlands pupils*

Average points score for pupils nationally

Reading

106.1

105.0

Writing**

-

-

Maths

105.8

104.0

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPAG)

105.8

106.0

 

* For a child to reach the expected standard they are required to achieve a scaled score of 100 or above.

** As Writing is teacher assessed, no test is administered and this is why there is no scaled score.

 

Average progress from Key Stage 1 to end of Key Stage 2

Subject

Average progress scores for Longlands pupils

Reading

0.4

Writing

0.3

Maths

0.7

 

Please note: Progress in SPAG is not measured form KS1 to KS2

 

 

2016/17

Overall attainment

Subject

School percentage for children achieving the expected standard.

National percentage for children achieving the expected standard.

School percentage for children exceeding the expected standard.

National percentage for children exceeding the expected standard.

Reading

75%

71%

25%

25%

Writing

80%

76%

20%

18%

Maths

75%

75%

34%

23%

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPAG)

84%

77%

41%

31%

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths

68%

61%

14%

9%

 

Average Scores

Subject

Average points score for Longlands pupils*

Average points score for pupils nationally

Reading

104.4

104.1

Writing**

-

-

Maths

105.5

104.2

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPAG)

106.5

106

 

* For a child to reach the expected standard they are required to achieve a scaled score of 100 or above.

** As Writing is teacher assessed, no test is administered and this is why there is no scaled score.

 

Average progress from Key Stage 1 to end of Key Stage 2

Subject

Average progress scores for Longlands pupils

Reading

-2.48

Writing

-1.67

Maths

-0.6

 

Please note: Progress in SPAG is not measured form KS1 to KS2

DfE Performance Tables

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