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End of Year Data

Please click on the icons below to download the comparative year data. These are only published for the Early Year Foundation Stage results and the Phonics Screening.

In 2016, the Standard Assessment Tests changed to reflect the implementation of the new curriculum and the children tested then were the first to be assessed using the new system where levels are not reported.  The Government have not published national comparative tables for the KS1 and KS2 results since the changes to the curriculum.

The results in 2017 were:

KS1:         Reading                                        60.7% of children in the class met the standard.

               Writing                                         50% of children in the class met the standard.

               Maths                                           64.3% of children in the class met the standard.

                            50% of children in the class met the standard in all areas.

 

KS2:        Reading                                         63% of children in the class met the standard.

              Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar    74.1% of children in the class met the standard.

              Maths                                           74.1% of children in the class met the standard.

              Writing (Teacher Assessment)             85.2% of children in the class met the standard.

                               51.9% of children in the class met the standard in all areas.

 

Percentage of KS2 pupils exceeding the standard:

Reading 14.8%
Maths 14.8%
Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar 33.3%
Writing (Teacher Assessment) 18.5%

 

Average scaled score in KS2 tests:

Reading 103.1
Maths 104.9

 

Average progress scores between KS1 and KS2:

Reading  - 2.3
Writing  +1.0
Maths  - 0.7

The progress scores are heavily influenced by the mobility of pupils.  In many cases the children taking the tests in Y6 did not take the tests at Harpfield at the end of KS2 and have therefore not benefitted from the full four years of education in our KS2 classes.

 

You may be interested in further information about school performance tables from: www.education.gov.uk