Perfomance Data

“The achievement of all groups of pupils is outstanding because of excellent teaching that is tailored to each pupil’s needs and ability levels. Pupils with disabilities and those with special educational needs do much better than is the case nationally. Pupils who come from minority ethnic families or who speak English as an additional language make similar outstanding progress”

OFSTED

At Eastnor Primary School we set high expectations for every child which results in very high standards. We are rightly proud of the fact that we consistently produce some of the best key stage 2 results in the county.

Summary of School Outcomes for 2017

 I am very pleased to be able to share some of the key results children across school have achieved this year.

In the Early Years Foundation Stage (Reception) 94% of the children secured a good level of development. In Phonics, 93% of children passed the phonic screening assessment in Year 1 and 100% passed the test by the end of Year 2.

At the end of Key Stage 1 (Year 2) 80% of children secured the expected level or better in Mathematics and 73% also achieved the expected level or better in Reading and Writing.

At the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6) our results again far exceeded national standards. 82% of our children achieved the expected level in Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined, compared to 61% nationally.

In individual subjects school also performed exceptionally well with 91% of children reaching the expected level or above in Reading and Writing. 82% of our children also achieved the expected level in mathematics. This is compared to 71%, 76% and 75% respectively in the subjects nationally.


KS2 Attainment and Progress for 2017


Percentage of children who achieved expected standard or above in:-

Reading, Writing & Mathematics – 82% (National 61%)

Reading – School 90% (National 71%)

Writing – School 90% (National 75%)

Mathematics – School 82%% (National 76%)


Percentage of children who achieved a high level of attainment in:-

Reading  - School 27% (National 25%)

Writing - School 36% (National 18%)

Mathematics – School 27% (National 23%)


Average Scaled Score

Reading – School 105 (National 104)

Mathematics – School 105 (National 104)


Average Progress Score in:

Reading - + 1

Writing -  + 3.3

Mathematics - + 0.7


Summary of School Outcomes for 2016

In 2016, 85% of our children achieved a good level of development by the end of their Reception year. In Reading and Mathematics 92% achieved the expected standard or above. In Writing 85% achieved the expected standard or above.

At the end of key stage 1, 80% of our children achieved the expected standard in all subjects. In Reading and Mathematics 90% of children achieved the expected standard or above. In Writing 80% of children achieved the expected standard or above.

 In 2016, the standard required to achieve the expected level rose significantly and only 53% of children achieved the expected level in reading, writing and mathematics combined, nationally. At Eastnor, 83% of our children achieved the expected level in the three subjects combined. All of our children achieved the expected standard or above in English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling and Writing. 83% of our children achieved the expected standard or above in Reading and Mathematics.


KS2 Attainment and Progress for  2016


Percentage of children who achieved expected standard or above in:-

Reading, Writing & Mathematics – 83% (National 53%)

Reading – School 83% (National 66%)

Writing – School 100% (National 74%)

Mathematics – School 83% (National 70%)

English Spelling Grammar & Punctuation – School 100% (National 72%)


Percentage of children who achieved a high level of attainment in:-

Reading  - School 43% (National 19%)

Writing - School 29% (National 15%)

Mathematics – School 8 % (National 17%)

English Spelling Grammar & Punctuation – School 33% (National 23%)


Average Scaled Score

Reading – School 110 (National 103)

Mathematics – School 105 (National 103)

English Spelling Grammar & Punctuation – School 107 (National 104)


Average Progress Score in:

Reading -- +2.4

Writing - + 1.9

Mathematics - -3


Please see the link to see our published 2015 data on the Department of Education Website.