Results

2017 results summary.
Follow the link below to view a summary of this years data. 
 
 
2016 results summary

EYFS

69.5% of our children achieved a GLD (good level of development) compared with National average of 69.3% Local Authority average of 68.1%

Year 1 phonics

93.1% of our children passed their phonics test compared with National average of 80.6% and Local Authority average of 80.9%

Year 2 re-take phonics

42.9% of our children who re-took their phonics test passed compared with National average of 66.7%

Year 2 results

Reading 69% expected standard   (NA) 74%

Writing 58% expected standard  (NA) 66%

Maths 61% expected standard   (NA) 73%

RWM 53% expected standard

Year 6 results

The Key Stage 2 assessments sat by the children in May 2016 were the first SATs which assessed the new, more challenging National Curriculum introduced in September 2014. New style tests were introduced along with guidance called the Interim Framework. The results of these new assessments are no longer reported as levels and each pupil now receives their test result as a scaled score and as teacher assessments based on the Interim Framework. As a results of these changes, figures for 2016 are not comparable to assessment results in previous years. Key information to note when interpreting the results:

 · The scaled score range runs from 80 to 120 with 100 as the expected standard.

· The threshold set for pupils achieving a high score in 2016 was 110.

· The new progress measures are a type of value added measure, which means that pupils’ results are compared to the actual achievements of other pupils nationally with similar prior attainment.

 · This new progress measure indicates schools making progress with all of their pupils, whether they are low, middle or high attainers.

· A progress score of 0 means pupils, on average, do about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.

 · A positive progress score means pupils, on average, do better at KS2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally.

· A negative progress score means pupils, on average, do worse at KS2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally.

· A negative score does not mean that pupils did not make any progress; rather it means that they made less progress than other pupils nationally who had similar starting points.

 

Reading  57% expected standard (NA 66%) , 13% higher standard (NA 19%) Average scaled score   99.2

Writing  52% expected standard (NA 74%)

Maths 50% expected standard (NA 70%), 2% higher standard  Average scaled score  98.5

GaPS (grammar, punctuation and spelling) 54% expected standard (NA 72%), higher standard 4%  Average scaled score  100.4

Average scaled score (R and M) 98.8  (NA) 102.7

RWM 36%    (NA) 52%

Reading progress -2.5   National floor target -5

Writing progress -4.7   National floor target -7

Maths progress -3.9    National floor target -5

Average scaled score -2.9    National 0

School is above progress floor targets in R, W and M

 
Link to Upton Meadows Primary Key Stage 2 Results 2015 here.
 
Link to Upton Meadows Primary Key Stage 2 Results 2014 here.