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School Performance Information

Provisional KS2 Data for 2017 – July 2017

The full provisional data including breakdowns by school type and at regional and local authority level will be published on 31 August 2017.

 

  • Local authority level data will be published in the provisional SFR at the end of August.
  • Breakdowns by school type will be published in the provisional SFR at the end of August.
  • Characteristics breakdowns will be published in the revised SFR in December.
  • School level data will be published on the Compare School and College Performance website in December.

SFR - statistical first release

 

 

 

MOSPS

% at National Standard or higher - 100-109

 

National

MOSPS

GD

% at Above - 110-120

National

Reading

 

 

 

 

89%

 

(18% above National)

71%

38%

 

 

 

 

Writing – externally moderated by Hampshire

 

 

 

 

73%

 

(3% below National)

 

76%

20%

 

Maths

 

 

 

 

 

82%

 

(7% above National)

 

 

75%

36%

 

GP&S

 

 

 

91%

 

(14% above National)

 

 

77%

 

40%

 

 

RWM Combined

 

 

 

 

67%

 

(6% above National)

 

61%

 

 

 

2016 KS2 Tests

MOSPS

National

MOSPS Higher Standard Higher National

Reading

77%

66%      (+11%)

21% (+2%) 19%

Writing

81%

74%      (+7%)

16% (+1%) 15%

Maths

81%

70%      (+11%)

21% (+4%) 17%

EGP&S

79%

72%      (+7)

16% (-6%) 22%

Science

88%

NA

NA NA

RWM Combined

60%

53%      (+7)

5% 5%

In 2016 children at MOSPS performed above the national average in all areas of the new primary curriculum with the exception of EGP&S at the higher standard.. The figure in brackets shows the percentage difference from the national figure.

 

ARE=Age Related Expectation       PP=child receiving pupil premium funding       SEND=Special Educational Need or Disability

 

      KS2 Tests

 

Reading

 

  • At the end of Y6, 77% of our pupils achieved ARE in Reading – 100% of our pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium funding achieved ARE in Reading  and 40% of pupils with a special educational need or disability achieved ARE.  'ARE' means Age Related Expectations.

 

Writing

 

  • At the end of Y6, 81% of our pupils achieved ARE in Writing – 100% of our pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium funding achieved ARE in Writing  and 30% of pupils with a special educational need or disability achieved ARE.  'ARE' means Age Related Expectations.

 

Mathematics

 

  • At the end of Y6, 81% of our pupils achieved ARE in Mathematics – 80% of our pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium funding achieved ARE in Mathematics  and 60% of pupils with a special educational need or disability achieved ARE.  'ARE' means Age Related Expectations.

 

Science

 

  • At the end of Y6, 88% of our pupils achieved ARE in Science – 80% of our pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium funding achieved ARE in Science  and 60% of pupils with a special educational need or disability achieved ARE.  'ARE' means Age Related Expectations.

 

Reading, Writing and Mathematics Combined

 

  • 60% of pupils achieved ARE in Reading, Writing and Maths
  • 80% of pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium Funding achieved ARE in Reading, Writing and Maths

 

Average scaled score per pupil at KS2    

 

Average scaled score in reading   104 

Average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling   104 

Average scaled score in maths   104 

 

Y1 Phonics Screening Check

 

  • 93% passed

  • The x3 Y2 pupils who retook this year all passed

     

    KS1

     

  • Reading 92% ARE – PP (x3 children) 100% - SEND (x8 children) 75%

  • Writing 78% ARE– PP 67% - SEND 13%

  • Maths 74% ARE – PP 67 % - SEND 25%

  • Science - 96% – PP 66 % - SEND 75%

  • KS1 RWM combined – 71%

     

     

    Progress measures: KS1 to KS2     

     

    Reading progress score (confidence interval in brackets)   0.0 (-1.9 to 1.9) 

    % of eligible pupils included in the reading progress measure   98% 

     

    Writing progress score (confidence interval in brackets)   0.0 (-1.9 to 1.9) 

    % of eligible pupils included in the writing progress measure   98% 

     

    Maths progress score (confidence interval in brackets)   0.5 (-1.1 to 2.1) 

    % of eligible pupils included in the maths progress measure   98% 

     

2015 KS2 Data

 

 

 

Pupils achieving Level 4+ in English and Maths (RWM) – 84%

Expected progress in writing (2 levels) – 100%

Expected progress in reading (2 levels) – 95%

Expected progress in maths (2 levels) – 89%

Level 5+ in writing – 38%

Level 5+ in reading – 67%

Level 5+ in maths – 58%

Performance Measures

 

The following link will take you to information about pupil performance.

 

There will be background information about the school as well as data relating to the attainment of pupils at the end of Year 6.

 

Some of this data compares our school with similar schools, showing the progress made since the children took national tests at the age of 7. This data is referred to as Contextual Value Added.

 

You will also find year on year comparisons as well as the school's performance in relation to Hampshire schools and schools nationally.

 

http://www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=140098

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