Academy
Data 2016


Moorgate Primary Academy End of year Key Stage Assessments

Summary 2016

Key Stage Two

Results Of Teacher Assessments (Writing) and SATs Scores (All other)Percentage at each level

 
 
Working at the expected level
+/-
Working above the expected level
+/-
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
School
79%
+7%
14%
-9%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
National
72%
+7%
23%
-9%
 
 
 
 
 
 
Reading
School
66%
+0%
14%
-5%
Reading
National
66%
+0%
19%
-5%
 
 
 
 
 
 
Writing
School
83%
+9%
7%
-8%
Writing
National
74%
+9%
15%
-8%
 
 
 
 
 
 
Maths
School
72%
+2%
11%
-6%
Maths
National
70%
+2%
17%
-6%
Combined R/W/M
School
62%
+9%
4%
-1%
Combined R/W/M
National
53%
+9%
5%
-1%

 

This year, a new tougher curriculum has been introduced by the government and therefore assessed (even though the children have only been exposed to 2 years of the curriculum when it takes 4 years to study).

As you can see from the results, we are in line with the national average for reading and then above the national average for writing (+9%), GPS (+7%) and Maths (+2%). We are also 9% above the national figure for combined reading, writing and maths. This means that children have achieved the expected standard in maths, reading and writing.

Floor standards for the combined figure are set at 65% (even though only 53% of children have achieved this nationally) and in September, the progress measure were released to see how the academy compares to other schools nationally. Our progress scores were as follows:

Reading: +1

Writing: +0.8

Maths: +0.8

The Average Score for Children compared to the National Data

Government information that supports this data states that schools with a progress score of 0 are performing roughly in line with other schools nationally. A negative score means that schools are performing below other schools nationally and a positive score means that schools are performing better than other schools nationally. Therefore, if can be concluded that our school is performing slightly above other schools nationally.

Early Years Foundation Stage (Reception)

Results Of Teacher Assessments (Writing) and SATs Scores (All other)Percentage at each level

Early Years Area of Learning
School Result% of Children at Least Expected
National Result% of Children aat Least Expected
+/- Indicator How School Performs Compared to the National Figure
Communication and Language
 
 
 
Listening and Attention
90
86
+4%
Understanding
86
85
+1%
Speaking
79
84
-5%
 
 
 
 
Physical Development
 
 
 
Moving and Handling
93
90
+3%
Health and Self-Care
97
91
+6%
 
 
 
 
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
 
 
 
Self-Confidence and Self-Awareness
93
89
+4%
Managing Feelings and Behaviour
100
87
13%
Making Relationships
97
89
+8%
 
 
 
 
Literacy
 
 
 
Reading
79
76
+3%
Writing
76
71
+5%
 
 
 
 
Mathematics
 
 
 
Numbers
83
77
+6%
Shapes, Space and Measures
83
81
+2%
 
 
 
 
Understanding the World
 
 
 
People and Communities
83
85
-2%
The World
86
85
+1%
Technology
93
92
+1%
 
 
 
 
Expressive Arts, Designing and Making
 
 
 
Exploring using Media and Materials
90
88
+2%
Being Imaginative
86
87
-1%

 

As you can, our children perform favourably compared to other children nationally including highlights such as: being 13% above the national in managing their feelings and behaviour. The only area where we are slightly below the national are: speaking (we have a large cohort of EAL children) people and communities and being imaginative (which is linked to speaking).

Y1 Phonics Result

 
 
Working at
Working Towards
Absent
Did not take the Screening
All Pupils
National
77
21
0
2
 
School
52
45
2
0
Boys
National
73
25
0
2
 
School
53
48
0
0
Girls
National
81
18
0
1
 
School
53
40
7
0

 Y2 Phonics Result

 
 
Working at
Working Towards
All Pupils
Year 1
82
15
 
Year 2
12
6
Boys
Year 1
83
17
 
Year 2
8
8
Girls
Year 1
81
14
 
Year 2
14
5

 

Our phonics score has dropped considerably this year (largely due to not having a full time teacher in one of the KS1 classes this year) and next year there will be a focussed intervention to ensure that at least 75% of children pass when they re-take it at the end of year 2. The staffing issue has been rectified.

Key Stage One

Results of Teacher AssessmentPercentage at each level

 
 
Age Related or Better %
+/-
Reading
School
71%
-3%
 
National
74%
 
 
 
 
 
Writing
School
56%
-9%
 
National
65%
 
 
 
 
 
Mathematics
School
76%
+3%
 
National
73%
 
 
 
 
 
Science
School
65%
+%
 
National
%
 

 

While we are broadly in line with national data for Maths and Reading, Writing will need to be a big focus for these children (linked to spelling and GPS) as these children move into year 3. An intervention programme has already been discussed ready for implementation in September.

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