Newport Junior School - Learning to Make a Difference

Latest Key Stage 2 Results

Pupil Outcomes

Our children leave us with the skills they need for the transition to Secondary School and to enable them to achieve in the 21st Century.

2015 END OF KEY STAGE TWO ASSESSMENT RESULTS

Attainment:

2015 SAT results showed that children attained significantly above National Averages. Percentages of children attaining Level 4+ were as follows with National figures in brackets:

97% (89%) Reading

93% (87%) Writing

98% (87%) Maths

92% (80%) Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation

Equally our percentages of high attaining pupils achieving Level 5+ are significantly above National:

63% (48%) Reading

44% (36%) Writing

49% (42%) Maths

63% (56%) Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

Progress

Across the Key Stage the expectation is that children will make at least two levels progress.  2015 end of Key Stage data for 2 levels progress (National percentages are in brackets):

Reading 96%  (91%)

Writing 94% (93%)

Maths 94% (89%)

Better than expected progress across the school is monitored as children who make 3 levels progress.  2015 end of Key Stage data for 3 levels progress (National percentages are in brackets):

Reading 32% (33%)

Writing 38% (36%)

Maths 41% (34%)

2016 END OF KEY STAGE TWO ASSESSMENT RESULTS

Percentages of children who achieved National Standard or above (National Figures in brackets):

Reading 88% (66%)

Writing 81% (74%)

Maths 87% (70%)

Percentages of children who achieved above National Standard (National Figures in brackets):

Reading 19% (19%)

Writing 25% (15%)

Maths 15% (17%)

Average Scaled Scores (National Figures in brackets):

Reading  106 (102.6)

Maths 104.1 (103)

Average Progress Scores:

Reading 0.29

Writing -0.63

Maths -1.5

The DfE School Performance Tables Website will give you more details about pupil attainment and progress:

DfE School Performance Tables

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