Broadwater Down Primary School

Growing to Learn, Learning to Grow

Academic Results

 

2016 - 2017

Another successful year for our KS2 pupils.....

72% of the pupils achieved at least the expected standard in all three of the core subjects: Reading, Writing and Maths.  This compares very favourably with the national figure of 61%. 

89% of the pupils achieved at least the expected standard in Writing and GPS (Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling).  83% achieved at least the standard in Maths and 78% in Reading.  These are all above national figures. 

 

Attainment - Average Scaled Score

 

2017

 

Reading

Maths

GPS

All

103.7

103.4

105.9

National

104

104

106

Disadvantaged Pupils (Those entitled to Pupil Premium Funding)

102.8

103.1

105.3

                                                   

 

Progress:

 Year 6: Progress from KS1 to KS2 (Reported Data)

 

School

National Expectation

Reading

- 0.28 (-3.15 to 2.60)

 -5 to 5

Writing

- 0.38 (-3.17 to 2.42)

 -7 to 5

Maths

- 0.18 (-2.78 to 2.42)

 -5 to 5

() Denote confidence interval

These scores reflect an average amount of progress made (similar to 60% of schools)

 

Great results following last year's successes!

We also had greater success this year in our KS1 results, phonics results and Early Years outcomes, compared to last year.

 

2015 - 2016

Another successful year for our KS2 pupils.....

74% of the pupils achieved at least the expected standard in all three of the core subjects: Reading, Writing and Maths.  This compares very favourably with the national figure of 53%. 

79% of the pupils achieved at least the expected standard in Reading, GPS (Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling) and Maths.  89% achieved at least this standard in Writing.

 

Attainment in percentages:

2016

School

Kent

National

Reading: Achieved the Expected Standard

79

69

66

Writing: Achieved the Expected Standard

89

80

74

Maths: Achieved the Expected Standard

79

71

70

GPS: Achieved the Expected Standard

79

73

72

Science: Achieved the Expected Standard

89

-

81

Reading: Achieved a High Score

47

21

19

Writing: Working at Greater Depth

32

15

15

Maths: Achieved a High Score

26

17

17

GPS: Achieved a High Score

42

22

22

Combined R/W/M

74

58

53

 

Average Scaled Score

 

Reading

Maths

GPS

All BWD Pupils

108.1

105.8

107.6

National Figure

103

103

104

Disadvantaged Pupils at BWD

111

109

110

 

These results cannot be compared to last year's results as the national assessments have changed.  However, all of these achievements are above the national figures achieved this year.

 

Progress Scores from KS1 to KS2

 

School

National Expectation

Reading

3.4      

-5 to 5

Writing

2.1

-7 to 5

Maths

0.3      

-5 to 5

 

A positive score means pupils in this school on average do better at KS2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally.

 

 

 

2014 - 2015

We have had a very successful year for pupil outcomes......

 

Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1

This year we achieved our best outcomes yet for Reception pupils with 70% achieving a 'Good Level of Development' by July, above national levels.  74% of our Year 1 cohort (82% excluding two new arrivals) passed the phonics screening test, matching (and exceeding) national levels. 

 

SATs Results 2015

 

Key Stage 2

Attainment of Level 4 and Level 5 in Year 6

 

Reading             

Writing          

Mathematics

 Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

Reading/ Writing/ Mathematics

Combined 

Level 4+     2014       

73% 73% 73%   64%  73%

 Level 4+ 2015

100% 93%

93%

 100% 87% 

 Level 5+ 2014

36% 

45%

36% 45%   18%

 Level 5+ 2015

 33%  13%  60%  80%  13%

 

 

Percentage of Children Making Expected Progress (2 levels) or More Across Key Stage 2

 

Broadwater Down

Primary School

Kent

National

 

Reading

92%*  91%  91% 

 Writing

100%*  93%  93% 

 Mathematics

 100%*  89%  89%

*Please note that the Year 6 in 2015 was a small cohort.  The table above reflects a cohort of 17 pupils, 12 of whom had KS1 data and therefore 92% constitutes 11 out of the 12 pupils making at least the expected progress. 

 

Please follow this link to the DfE performance tables for more information: www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance

 

‘In the national Year 1 phonics screening checks in 2012, pupils did better than those in most schools’. Ofsted 2013