School Results 2015

Highlights 2015:

Belgrave’s Results Overview for the Academic Year 2014-2015

Progress is tracked very carefully each term and the school strives to ensure every child reaches their potential. We teach in classes, small groups and provide a wide range of interventions. The school uses levels and a points system to measure progress and attainment termly. From September 2015 schools will no longer be using levels. Belgrave will be using a combination of tests, teacher assessment and summative assessments. We will use terminology which is understandable to parents and describe attainment as working towards, meeting the expected level or above the expected level for the year group.

Currently progress is only measured by the DfE from the end of KS1 to the end of KS2. Following this year’s 2015 baseline the government will be measuring progress from Early Years to the end of the Key Stage Tests.

Foundation Data 2015:

  • 77% of the pupils at Belgrave reached what is considered a “good level” in comparison to 60% nationally in 2014. This means that they have met or exceeded the standard expected in all of the Prime Areas plus Literacy and Mathematics. The Prime Areas are: Communication and Language, Physical Development and Personal, Social and Emotional Development.
  • Reading: 90% of pupils at Belgrave achieved at least the expected level in comparison to 74% nationally.
  • Writing: 83% of pupils at Belgrave achieved at least the expected level in comparison to 67% nationally.
  • Number: 87% of pupils at Belgrave achieved at least the expected level in comparison to 74% nationally.

Year 1 Phonics Test 2015: 90% of pupils met the expected level in the phonics test in comparison to 74% nationally. This is an outstanding result.

End of Key Stage One ((7 year olds) 2015

The average attainment was significantly high for Reading and Maths and above expected for writing.

  • Reading: 83% of pupils were above the expected level in comparison to 57% nationally.
  • Writing: 53% of pupils were above the expected level in comparison to 39% nationally.
  • Maths: 80% of pupils were above the expected level in comparison to 53% nationally.

 

End of Key Stage Two (11 year olds) 2015

The average attainment across Reading, Writing and Maths was significantly high. The average point score was 31.22 which is equivalent to a 5C+. Please note that 4B or 27 points is the expected level.

Progress from Key Stage One to the end of Key Stage Two was outstanding.

Reading: 18 pupils made 3 levels progress and 100% achieved at least the expected level in comparison to 91% nationally. 73% achieved a level 5+ in comparison to 49% nationally.

Writing: 13 made 3 levels progress and 97% achieved the expected level or above. 53% achieved a level 5+.

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 97% achieved the expected level or above in comparison to 79% nationally. 77% of pupils achieved a Level 5+ in comparison to 53% nationally. Pupils’ progress from KS1 to KS2 cannot be calculated as pupils did not take a test in this aspect of literacy at the end of KS1.

Maths: 15 made 3 levels progress and 93% achieved the expected level or above in comparison to 87% nationally. 67% achieved a Level 5+ in comparison to 42% nationally.

Key Stage 2 Results Summary 2015

Percentage of pupils who achieved level 4 or above in Reading

100%

Percentage of pupils who achieved level 4 or above in Writing

97%

Percentage of pupils who achieved level 4 or above in Maths

93%

 

 

Percentage of pupils who have improved by 2 or more levels between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 in Reading

100%

Percentage of pupils who have improved by 2 or more levels between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 in Writing

96%

Percentage of pupils who have improved by 2 or more levels between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 in Maths

93%

 

 

Percentage of pupils who achieved level 5 or above in Reading

73%

Percentage of pupils who achieved level 5 or above in Writing

53%

Percentage of pupils who achieved level 5 or above in Maths

67%

*National Results for KS1 and KS2 are from 2014 data

 

Highlights 2014:

Foundation: in 2014 82.8% achieved a good level of development in comparison to LA's 61.4% and national 61%

In top 95% for Phonics test in Year 1. 97% achieved expected standard.

At end of Key Stage 1 (7 year olds) 100% achieved expected level in Reading or above in comparison to 81% nationally.

53% achieved Level 3 in comparison to 31% nationally.

80% achieved 2A or above in comparison to 53% nationally.

At end of Key Stage 2 (11 year olds)

93% achieved level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths in comparison to 79% nationally. 

 

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