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Pudsey Lowtown Primary School

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2019 Assessment Data

Lowtown School analyses the data from Early Years, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 alongside the quality of teaching and learning and work scrutiny. From this information we can understand what the school does really well and areas to focus on for school improvement.

Alongside this information we use our school’s internal data to track pupils more closely and address any pupils or groups who are underperforming. We have targeted interventions to support individuals and groups of pupils throughout school to impact positively on outcomes for pupils.

Early Years

The Early Years assessment is based on the children’s learning in key areas at the end of their year in Reception. This assessment is done through the observations of the children carrying out activities in the areas of provision.

Pupils achieving Good Level of Development GLD at the end of Early Years (Reception class):

Lowtown Primary School

%

National

%

76.7

71.8

Key Stage 1

Key stage 1 data is teacher assessed, taking into account the scores from the SAT’s papers, other internal school assessments, reading and writing tasks and work in the books at the end of the year.

NB School data is in bold and the National data comparison is within the brackets.

KS1 attainment

 

Expected standard or above %

High level of attainment

%

Reading

83.3

(74.9)

23.3

(25)

Writing

76.7

(69.2)

16.7

(14.8)

Maths

83.3

(75.6)

23.3

(21.7)

Reading, Writing and Maths combined

76.7

(64.9)

13.3

(11.2)

 

Phonics

The phonics test is completed in June and all pupils access it individually with a member of staff to assess them. Any child not achieving the standard in Year 1 will take the test again in Year 2.

Phonics %

Year 1

(30 children)

86.2

(81.9)

Year 2  

(2 children)

50

(55.9)

 

Key Stage 2

The KS2 SAT’s are tests for Reading, Maths, Spelling and Grammar. These are sent away to be marked by an assessor. The writing assessment is based on a range of writing from different genres and assessed against a set of criteria from the DfE.

The scaled score shows how well the cohort have done overall. This is used as a measure of how well we are doing against the National average.

The progress score is how much progress children make between their Year 2 assessments to their outcomes in Year 6.

KS2 attainment

And progress

Expected standard or above %

High level of attainment

%

Average scaled score

progress

Reading

86.7

(73.1)

40

(27)

107

(104.4)

1.74

(0.03)

Writing

80

(78.4)

16.7

(20.1)

 

-1.12

(0.03)

Spelling and Grammar

93.3

(78)

63.3

(35.7)

110.8

(106.3)

 

Maths

100

(78.6)

50

(26.6)

109.4

(105.1)

3.58

(0.03)

Reading, writing and Maths combined

76.7

(64.8)

16.7

(10.5)