School Performance Data

2017 Key Stage 2 Results

Below are the outcomes of our Key Stage 2 results

 

Carr Mill Results 2017

National Average (2017)

Reading % met standard

76%

71%

Reading % met high standard

28%

25%

Reading average standardised score

106

104

 

 

 

Writing % met standard

86%

76%

Writing % met high standard

14%

18%

 

 

 

Maths % met standard

79%

75%

Maths % met high standard

28%

23%

Maths average standardised score

105

104

 

 

 

Grammar, punctuation and spelling % met standard

83%

77%

Grammar, punctuation and spelling % met high standard

28%

31%

Grammar, punctuation and spelling average standardised score

106

106

 

 

 

Percentage of children achieving the expected standard in combined Reading, Writing and Maths

66%

61%

Percentage of children achieving the higher Standard in combined Reading, Writing and Maths

3%

9%

The school is also measured on progress made from KS1 to KS2.

Reading – progress score – 1.4

Writing – progress score – 0.5

Mathematics – progress score – 1.4

The school is above the National Floor Targets.

 

DFE School Performance Tables Website:

Please find a link to the DfE school performance tables website below:

http://www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=134661

 

What the 2016 Results mean:

At the end of both Key Stages 1 & 2 children take national tests (SATs).

At the end of Key Stage 1 (Year 2), the attainment and progress of children is measured. End of Key Stage assessments are sat by all children and Teacher Assessment is used to calculate the percentage of pupils working at ‘the expected level’ in Reading, Writing, Maths and Science.

At the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6), the attainment and progress of pupils is also measured. Again, end of Key Stage assessments are sat by all children (SATS), the results of which are reported below in the KS2 section.

Government ‘Floor- Targets’.

Each year the Government issue ‘floor-targets’ for schools. This helps to identify schools that may need some support in a particular area. In 2016, at KS2 schools could meet floor-targets either by:

  • Having a combined attainment score (in reading, writing and maths) of 65%+

    Or:

  • Having progress scores that lie within ‘thresholds’ issued nationally.

In 2016 our KS2 results are WELL ABOVE the national floor target (see tables of results).

 

KEY STAGE 1 RESULTS (2016)

EXPECTED STANDARD AND ABOVE - KS1 2016    

SCHOOL       

LA            

NATIONAL   

% of pupils achieving expected (+) in READING

68%

68%

74%

% of pupils achieving expected (+) in WRITING

60%

58%

65%

% of pupils achieving expected (+) in MATHS

75%

67%

73%

% of pupils achieving expected (+) in SCIENCE

100%

77%

82%

% Reading, Writing, Maths Combined

60%

51%

TBC

 

WORKING AT GREATER DEPTH - KS1 2016

SCHOOL

LA

NATIONAL

% of pupils working at greater depth in READING        

0%               

16%         

24%               

% of pupils working at greater depth in WRITING

0%

8%

13%

% of pupils working at greater depth in MATHS

0%

13%

18%

% Reading, Writing, Maths Combined

0%

6%

TBC

 

 

KEY STAGE 2 RESULTS (2016)

We are especially proud of our KS2 results this year, even more so when compared to St Helens Local Authority and National Averages.

 

ATTAINMENT

EXPECTED STANDARD AND ABOVE - KS2 2016     

SCHOOL      

LA            

NATIONAL  

% of pupils achieving expected (+) in READING

87%

65%

66%

% of pupils achieving expected (+) in WRITING

87%

73%

74%

% of pupils achieving expected (+) in MATHS

91%

71%

70%

% of pupils achieving expected (+) in

Grammar, Puntuation and Spelling (GPS)

87%

75%

72%

% of pupils achieving expected (+) in SCIENCE

87%

79%

81%

% Reading, Writing, Maths Combined

83%

52%

53%

 

WORKING AT GREATER DEPTH - KS2 2016           

SCHOOL       

LA           

NATIONAL  

% of pupils working at greater depth in READING

43%

17%

19%

% of pupils working at greater depth in WRITING

13%

TBC

15%

% of pupils working at greater depth in MATHS

30%

15%

17%

% of pupils working at greater depth in

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (GPS)

48%

25%

22%

% Reading, Writing, Maths Combined

4%

TBC

5%

 

PROGRESS

Progress is a measure of improvement between a child’s KS1 result (4 years earlier) and their result at the end of Year 6.

In 2016, progress is measured in terms of a scaled + or – score with zero as a statistical ‘median’ (National Average) - so, in really general terms, a school’s +  scoring may indicate positive progress whilst a negative score may indicate limited progress in certain groups.

 

 

School Progress Score                 

National Average Progress Score   

Reading Progress Score        

+6.11

0

Writing  Progress Score

+2.20

0

Maths  Progress Score

+4.50

0

 

 

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Contact the School

Carr Mill Primary School

Kentmere Avenue
St Helens
WA11 7PQ

Mr A Maley - Head Teacher
Mrs C. Rimmer - School Business Manager

Tel: 01744 678223
Fax: 01744 678220
carrmill@sthelens.org.uk