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Brooke Primary School

At the heart of it all is the child.

KS1&2 Results

Brooke Primary School

Pupil Results 2016 - 2017

End of Foundation Stage Two 

 

2016

2017

Number in Cohort

58

44

Good Level of Development

62%

73%

National Figure

69%

71%

 

End of Year One Phonics Screening

 

2016

2017

Number in Cohort

57

55

Working At Expected Level

81%

85%

National Figure (2015)

81%

81%

 

End of KS1 Results – Percentage of pupils working at Expected Standard or Greater Depth

            Number in Cohort           

56

54

 

Working at Expected Standard

Working at Greater Depth

 

2016

2017

2016

2017

Reading - School

84

85

18

24

Reading - National

74

76

24

25

Writing - School

73

67

11

19

Writing - National

66

68

13

16

Mathematics - School

73

76

21

22

Mathematics - National

73

75

18

21

RWM Combined – School

68

61

7

13

RWM Combined - National

60

64

*

*

EGPS – English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

 

End of KS2 Results – Percentage of pupils working at Expected Standard or Greater Depth

            Number in Cohort           

44

55

 

Working at Expected Standard

Working at Greater Depth

 

2016

2017

2016

2017

Reading - School

50

64

2

20

Reading - National

66

72

19

25

Writing - School

84

75

18

5

Writing - National

74

76

15

18

Mathematics - School

64

71

7

11

Mathematics - National

70

75

17

23

EGPS - School

66

67

7

22

EGPS - National

72

77

23

31

RWM Combined – School

40

60

0

2

RWM Combined - National

53

61

0

9

End of KS1 to end of KS2 – Progress Score

 

2016

2017

Number in Cohort

44

55

Reading - School

-4

-2.6

Writing - School

1.7

-2.1

Mathematics - School

-2.6

-3.4

If a school has a progress score of above -5 in reading, -5 in mathematics and -7 in writing it is considered to be above the floor standard set by the Department for Education.

Brooke Primary School

Pupil Results 2015 - 2016

End of Foundation Stage Two

National data is provisional

Number in Cohort

58

Good Level of Development

62%

National Figure

69%

 

End of Year One Phonics Screening

Number in Cohort

57

Working At Expected Level

81%

National Figure (2015)

81%

 

End of KS1 Results – Percentage of pupils working at Expected Standard or Greater Depth

            Number in Cohort           

56

 

Working at Expected Standard

Working at Greater Depth

Reading - School

84

18

Reading - National

74

*

Writing - School

73

11

Writing - National

66

*

Mathematics - School

73

21

Mathematics - National

73

*

RWM Combined – School

68

7

RWM Combined - National

60

*

EGPS – English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

End of KS2 Results – Percentage of pupils working at Expected Standard or Greater Depth

            Number in Cohort           

44

 

Working at Expected Standard

Working at Greater Depth

Reading - School

50

*

Reading - National

66

*

Writing - School

84

18

Writing - National

74

15

Mathematics - School

64

*

Mathematics - National

70

*

EGPS - School

66

*

EGPS - National

72

*

RWM Combined – School

40

0

RWM Combined - National

53

5

 

End of KS1 to end of KS2 – Progress Score

Number in Cohort

45

Reading - School

  -4

Writing - School

1.7

Mathematics - School

-2.6

If a school has a progress score of above -5 in reading, -5 in mathematics and -7 in writing it is considered to be above the floor standard set by the Department for Education.

 

At the heart of it all is the child.