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Little Munden C of E (VC) Primary School

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Ofsted and Performance Data

Reading schemes and phonics in Key Stage 1

 

Pupils read individually to an adult at least 3 times a week. Guided reading takes place 4 times a week. Pupils are encouraged to take personal choice books to read at other times throughout the week.

There is a mixture of Reading Schemes used in KS1. Books are banded according to ability.  Phonics are taught through the Letters and Sounds scheme.  Children are taught daily in ability groupings.

 

 

 

 

2019 KS2 assessment results

In 2019, 12 children were eligible to take the end of key stage 2 tests. Please note that each child is equivalent to 8.3%. This year group comprised 33% of children with special educational needs or English as an additional language.

Pupils reaching the expected standard in reading = 58%

Pupils reaching the expected standard in writing = Teacher assessment – 67% 

Pupils reaching the expected standard in mathematics = 75% 

Pupils achieving the expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling = 50%

Pupils reaching the expected standard in reading, writing and maths combined = 58%

Pupils achieving a higher level** in reading = 25%

Pupils achieving a higher level in mathematics = 8% 

Average scaled score in reading = 103

Average scaled score in writing = N/A 

Average scaled score in mathematics = 103

Average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling = 100

2018 End of Key Stage 2 Assesments

 

2018 KS2 assessment results

In 2018, only 5 children were eligible to take the end of key stage 2 tests. Please note that each child is equivalent to 20%. 

(National figures in brackets)

Pupils reaching the expected standard in reading = Teacher assessment (TA) 100%, test 80% (75%)

Pupils reaching the expected standard in writing = TA 80% (78%)

Pupils reaching the expected standard in mathematics = TA 100%, test 60% (76%)

Pupils achieving the expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling = 100% (78%)

Pupils reaching the expected standard in reading, writing and maths combined = TA 60%, tests 40% (64%)

Pupils achieving a higher level** in reading = 20% (28%)

Pupils achieving a higher level in writing = 20% (20%)

Pupils achieving a higher level in mathematics = 20% (24%)

Average scaled score in reading = 107 (105)

Average scaled score in writing = N/A 

Average scaled score in mathematics = 105 (104)

Average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling = 109 (106)

 

2017 End of Key Stage 2 Assesments

In 2017, only 4 children were eligible to take the end of key stage 2 tests. Please note that each child is equivalent to 25%.

(National figures in brackets)

Pupils reaching the expected standard in reading = Teacher assessment (TA) 75%, test 50% (79%)

Pupils reaching the expected standard in writing = TA 50% (76%)

Pupils reaching the expected standard in mathematics = TA 50%, test 25% (77%)

Pupils reaching the expected standard in reading, writing and maths combined = TA 50%, test 25% (53%)

Pupils achieving a higher level** in reading = 0% (24%)

Pupils achieving a higher level in writing = 0% (18%)

Pupils achieving a higher level in mathematics = 0% (22%)

Average progress in reading = -3.8 (0)

Average progress in writing = -1.6 (0)

Average progress in mathematics = -3.1 (0)

Average scaled score for reading = 95.5 (104.0)

Average scaled score for mathematics = 96.8 (105.9)

 

2016 End of Key Stage 2 Assesments

In 2016, 10 children were eligible to take the end of key stage 2 tests.

(National figures in brackets)

Pupils reaching the expected standard in reading = 67%* (66%)

Pupils reaching the expected standard in writing = 67%* (74%)

Pupils reaching the expected standard in mathematics = 78%* (70%)

Pupils reaching the expected standard in reading, writing and maths combined = 67%* (53%)

Pupils achieving a higher level** in reading = 20% (18.7)

Pupils achieving a higher level in writing = 30% (14.7)

Pupils achieving a higher level in mathematics = 30% (16.6)

Average progress in reading = -1.2 (0)

Average progress in writing = -0.3 (0)

Average progress in mathematics = -0.8 (0)

Average scaled score for reading = 103.1 (102.6)

Average scaled score for mathematics = 103.7 (103)

*One child was unable to sit the tests or be assessed by the class teacher; this data has been excluded from the achievement figures above.

** A higher level is 10 points or more above the expected standard.

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