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SATS Results

Progress (2017):


Key Stage 1 School Results (2017):


 

Lea Forest

2016

Lea Forest

2017

National

2016

 

EXP

GDS

EXP

GDS

EXP

GDS

Reading

62%

6%

77%

15%

74%

24%

Writing

57%

0%

67%

10%

65%

13%

Maths

58%

0%

72%

10%

73%

18%

COMBINED

49%

 

65%

 

60%

 


Phonics KS1 (2017):

Lea Forest (Y1)

97%

AET average

82%

 

Lea Forest (Y2)

100%

AET average

57%

Key Stage 2 (2017)

 

Lea Forest 2016

Lea Forest 2017

AET Target 's for Lea Forest 2017

National

2017

 

EXP

GDS

EXP

GDS

 

EXP

GDS

Reading

42%

15%

60%

14%

53%

71%

 

Writing

68%

10%

77%

15%

72%

76%

 

Maths

58%

10%

77%

24%

62%

75%

 

COMBINED

39%

 

56%

 

53%

61%

 

GASP

53%

18%

62%

24%

 

77%

 

 

EYFS GLD:

Lea Forest

64%

Key Stage 2 School Results (2016):

 Subject         Percentage of children  working at age related expectation 
 English Writing 68% 
 English Reading 42% 
 Maths 59% 
Spelling and Grammar 53% 
 Combined     39% 
 
Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 Progress (2016):
 Subject         Progress 
 Writing-1.2  
 Reading     -3.7 
 Maths     -1.7 

Key Stage 1 School Results (2016):

 Subject         Percentage of children  working at age related expectation 
 Writing        57%
 Reading62% 
 Maths    58% 


Key Stage 2 School Results (2015):

 Level 4+   2014 Score2013 Score    Level 5+2014 Score2013 Score




English  Writing 77% 77%66%25%    14%    11%




English Reading  75% 82%75%39%27%    27%




Mathematics 83%80%84%37% 34% 29%     

   














The total number of Yr6 pupils achieving level 4c+ in reading writing and maths or greater for this year was 72% in line with the previous year.
19% of children in the year group achieved level 5c+ across reading, writing and maths this year an increase on 8% from the previous year.
2 children achieved level 6 in Mathematics and 1 child level 6 in writing. 
Progress:
91% of children made 2 levels of progress in reading 96% 2 levels of progress in writing and 98% of children made 2 levels of progress in maths.
27% made 3 levels progess in reading, 25%3 levels progress in writing and 44% 3 levels progress in Mathematics
Key Stage 1:
88% of pupils achieved 2c or greater in reading. 
81% of pupils achieved 2c or greater in writing. 
90% of pupils achieved 2c or greater in maths. 
20% of pupils achieved level 3 in reading.
12% of pupils achieved level 3 in writing.
22% of pupils achieved level 3 in maths.


Key Stage 2 School Results (2014):

 Level 4+   2013 ScoreLevel 5+    2013 Score






English  Writing 77% 66%14%11%






English Reading  82% 75%27%27%






Mathematics  80% 84%34%29%       

   







SATS Key Stage 2:

The total number of Yr6 pupils achieving level 4c or greater for this year was 73% a rise of 10% on the previous year.

11% of children in the year group achieved level 5c or greater this year.

5 children achieved level 6 in Mathematics. 

Progress:

92% of children made 2 levels of progress in reading and writing and 94% of children made 2 levels of progress in maths.

Key Stage 1:

A great year in key stage 1 has seen our Year 2's have some of our best results ever.

93% of pupils achieved 2c or greater in reading. (79% 2013)

76% of pupils achieved 2c or greater in writing. (74% 2013)

97% of pupils achieved 2c or greater in maths. (83% 2013)

17% of pupils achieved level 3 in reading.

8% of pupils achieved level 3 in writing.

20% of pupils achieved level 3 in maths.


Key Stage 2 School Results (2013):

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English Teacher Assessment    0%2%0%30%52%16%0%
Reading Test  2%2%   21%48%27%0%
            
Mathematics - Teacher Assessment    0%0%2%18%52%29%0%
Mathematics - Tests  2%0%0%0%0%14%55%27%2%
            
            

 

We have increased our SATs results again at KS2 and have met floor targets with 63% of children achieving L4 in all 3 subjects (reading, writing and maths).  100% of pupils made the expected progress (2 levels across KS2) above the national average and we are above national for accelerated progress (3 levels.) Attainment was also up with:

  • 84%  L4+ in maths (national average for last year)
  • 75% L4 in reading and 66% L4 in writing.

In KS1 we were down slightly on last year with:

  • 83% 2c+ in maths, 79% 2c+ in reading and 74% writing.

Due to the change in the Foundation Stage curriculum and assessment arrangements it is not possible to say how we have done compared to national until the new academic year.

I would like to thank all the staff and children for their hard work and remind you to keep supporting your children at home with reading over the summer holidays as this will greatly support their language development and writing next year. 

-Updated July 2017-