PUPIL ATTAINMENT 2023
Statutory Attainment Data:
GLD stands for 'Good Level of Development'. This refers to a summative assessment judgement which is made for each child at the end of the reception year. It is a measure of attainment, not progress. Achieving a good level of development will help a child to make a good start in Year 1. It is an outcome of a summative assessment based on learning outcomes in regard to the prime areas of learning.
The below graph shows the % of children achieving 'GLD' at the end of Reception 2023 in comparison to current local and national data.
The percentage of children achieving 'GLD' at the end of the 2022-23 academic year was 73.3%. In comparison, this percentage is above both current national and local data available.
Phonics Screening Year 1 2023:
The Phonics Screening Check is statutory assessment to check a child’s ability to read words using their phonics skills. This is the first formal way of checking a child’s phonics progress and helps the school show the overall progress of children in Year 1. It also helps us identify any children requiring additional support.
The test is for all children who are in Year 1 and takes place during the summer term.
The below graph shows the % of children that are working at the expected standard for phonics at the end of year 1 in 2023 and how our data compares to current national and local data:
77.8% of children in Year 1 were working at the expected standard.
End of Key Stage 1 Attainment Data:
The below tables show the % of children that have achieved the expected standard (EXS) or better in reading, writing and maths in 2023 compared to current local and national data available.
The below tables show the % of children that have achieved the Greater Depth Standard (GDS) in reading, writing and maths in 2023 compared to current local and national data available.
Reading at GDS:
Writing at GDS:
The below graphs show the % of our children achieving the expected standard (EXS) or better in Science at the end of Key Stage 2:
If you would like further information about end of Key Stage 1 national curriculum assessment results, please use the following link: Information for parents: national curriculum assessment results at the end of key stage 1 (publishing.service.gov.uk)