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Annual Report 2014

ST NICHOLAS CE PRIMARY SCHOOL ANNUAL REPORT 2104

The following tables show the results of the tests taken by the pupils in St Nicholas Primary School in the summer term 2014.

Year 1 - Phonics

All children in Year 1 take a phonics test to assess the phonics programme. Children still working towards the standard in Year 1 re-do the test in Year 2.

School result

86%

National result

74%

Key Stage 1

The assessments in Year 2 are made by the pupils’ teachers informed by both the tests and the children’s work over time.

 

 

Level 2 and above

 

Level 2b and above

 

Level 3

School

National

School

National

School

National

 

Reading

98%

89%

93%

79%

45%

29%

Writing

98%

85%

86%

77%

18%

15%

Maths

98%

93%

91%

78%

25%

23%

Science

98%

90%

98%

90%

35%

22%

This cohort has 5% Special Needs.

Key Stage 2

The pupils in Year 6 take National Assessment tests in Reading, Maths and Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar. These are unseen tests, externally marked. The writing is assessed in school over the range of pieces of work.

 

Level 4 and above

Level 5 and above

Two levels progress

School

National

School

National

School

National

Reading

93%

89%

53%

44%

93%

91%

Writing

85%

85%

29%

37%

87%

93%

Maths

77%

86%

32%

35%

83%

89%

Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar

73%

77%

37%

46%

83%

n/a

This cohort had 25% Special Needs pupils.