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At the end of a school year, the achievement of our pupils in different stages in the school is judged against National figures for attainment and progress. These assessments are done using a combination of statutory tests (SATs / Phonics Screening Check) and teacher assessments.

 

Summary (2019)

The attainment of our Year 6 pupils' attainment was (for the fourth year in a row) significantly above that of their peers nationally overall, as 95% of them achieved the expected standard in Mathematics, Reading and Writing. The national figure for this was only 65%. This is an outstanding result. As well, the percentage of pupils who met the expected standard in Mathematics (98%), Reading (96%), Writing (95%) and Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling (96%) separately was also well above the national average.

 

In terms of the progress the children made (judged from the end of Year 2 to the end of Year 6), the Department for Education system gives a 'value-added' measure where the progress of each Year 6 pupil is compared with every child in the country who achieved similar results in Year 2. On that basis, the Year 6 cohort achieved positive progress measures in all three subjects. This means our Year 6 children as a whole progressed much higher than pupils nationally who had the same attainment at Year 2. We will state the actual progress figures once they become available.

 

Examination of the attainment of our Year 2 pupils shows that our end of Key Stage 1 results were also above the National averages as follows:

Attained the expected standard in all of Reading, Writing & Maths - 77% (National 65%)

Attained the expected standard in Reading - 80% (National was 75%)

Attained the expected standard in Writing - 82% (National was 69%)

Attained the expected standard in Maths - 78% (National was 76%) 

 

Phonics

In addition, 88% of our Year 1 pupils met the required standard of the National Phonics Screening Check which exceeds the national average of 82%. This is a credit to all their hard work as well as that of our staff in Nursery, Reception and Year 1.

 

EYFS

77% of our Reception pupils attained a 'Good Level of Development', which is also above the national average (72%).

 

We are so proud of the children for their hard work and dedication and to our staff who have worked extremely hard to provide the best possible education for all our pupils.

 

Hereward Primary School's most recent Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 1 results (2019) are as follows:

 

KEY STAGE 2 RESULTS (End of Year 6)

Hereward

National

Reading

Achieved Expected Standard

96

73

Achieved a ‘high standard’

36

27

Average Scaled Score

108.0

104.4

Progress Score

TBC

0.0

Writing

Achieved Expected Standard

95

78

Achieved ‘Greater Depth’

29

20

Progress Score

TBC

0.0

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling

Achieved Expected Standard

96

78

Achieved a ‘high standard’

70

36

Average Scaled Score

112.0

106.3

Mathematics

Achieved Expected Standard

98

79

Achieved a ‘high standard’

36

27

Average Scaled Score

108.2

105.0

Progress Score

TBC

0.0

Reading, Writing & Maths

Achieved Expected Standard

95

65

Achieved a ‘high standard’

14

11

 

End of KS1 & Reception results

Hereward

National

Reading

 

 

Achieved expected standard

80

75

Achieved greater depth

27

25

Writing

 

 

Achieved expected standard

82

69

Achieved greater depth

17

15

Mathematics

 

 

Achieved expected standard

78

76

Achieved greater depth

22

22

Reading, Writing, Maths

Achieved expected standard

77

65

Achieved greater depth

15

11

Y1 Phonics

 

 

Achieved the expected standard

88

82

Reception – Good Level of Development

Achieved the expected standard

77

72

 

 

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