School Performance Data 2019
At Eastington we recognise a whole range of achievements and celebrate the progress made by children as they develop as young learners.
Core skills within reading, writing and mathematics are assessed regularly within the school year to ensure quality teaching and learning opportunities are provided for all. At the end of Key Stages, assessments are made through teacher judgement and national tests. This helps the school to identify trends and support further improvement. A summary of the end of Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 assessments for 2019 follow as these formal assessments were not undertaken in 2020 due to the impact of COVID-19.
|KEY STAGE 2
% of children who met and exceeded the new standard
|READING||WRITING||MATHS||Reading, Writing & Maths Combined||EGAPS*|
|KEY STAGE 2 PROGRESS
|Ave Scaled Score**||Progress Score||Ave Scaled Score||Progress Score||Ave Scaled Score||Progress Score||Ave Scaled Score||Progress Score|
*EGPS: English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
**Test scores are converted into scaled scores. In KS2 the range of the scaled score is 80 to 120. A scaled score of 100 represents the expected standard on the tests. A pupil with a scaled score of 100 meets the new standard. A scaled score of 110 is considered a ‘high’ score. Scaled scores for Y6 pupils are averaged nationally and as a school to create these figures.
*** The progress each pupil made from their Key Stage 1 starting point was averaged nationally and for each school to create these figures.
****Writing is assessed by teachers and not by test. As such there is no scaled score.
*****EGAPS was not assessed in KS1 for this present Y6 cohort and so a progress measure has not been not created.
|KEY STAGE 1
% of children who met and exceeded the new Government standard
|READING||WRITING||MATHS||R W & M Combined|
|Y1 PHONIC SCREENING|
|Y2 PHONIC SCREENING|
|EYFS – % of children achieving a Good Level of Development (GLD)|
Data source: DfE National Curriculum assessment at Key Stage 2, provisional September 2019
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