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School performance information

 

In our school we value the individuality of each child and work hard to ensure that they achieve their potential in a range of subject areas, thereby recognising their skills and talents in subjects which may not be traditionally considered 'academic.'

 

However, we also recognise the importance of children achieving the expected standards in all aspects of English and Maths as set out by the Government  and have therefore detailed the current performance of the school at the end of KS1 (end of the infant phase, year 2) and the end of KS2 (end of primary school, year 6), in the tables below.

 

Each year the school results are analysed by the Senior Leadership and Governors; looking for areas of strength as well as areas where further developments can be made in order to continually raise standards.

 

Mrs Allen

(Executive Headteacher, Holme and Stilton Schools)

 

2018 Key Performance Data for Reception, Yr 1 phonics, Yr 2 and Yr 6

 

Reception data

The % of children who reached the national standard of 'A Good Level of Development' was 69% in comparison to the national average of 70%.

 

Phonics screening

The % of children who reached the national standard in the phonics screening test was 76% in comparison to the national average of 82%.

This year we did not have any Yr 2 children who needed to re-take the test.

 

Yr 2

The % of children who reached the national standard in:

Reading    82%   with  17% at the higher standard (national averages were 75% and 26% respectively)

Writing      82%   with 17% at the higher standard (national averages were  70% and 16% respectively)

Maths       82%  with 17%  at the higher standards (national averages were 76% and 22% respectively)

 

Yr 6

The % of children who reached the national standard in:

Reading    94% with  29% at the higher standard (national averages were 75% and 28% respectively)

Writing      88% with 12% at the higher standard  (national averages were  78% and 20% respectively)

Maths       76%  with 12% at the higher standard   (national averages were 76% and 24% respectively)

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (GPAS)  82% with 18% at the higher standard ( national averages were 78% and 34% respectively)

 

The % of children who reached the national standard in reading, writing and maths was 76% against the national average of 64%

 

Please find attached below, a document setting out come of these outcomes.