Performance Data

 

2017 Performance - Attainment:

 

KS2

Reading   74% expected, 33% more than expected (National : 71% expected, 25% more than expected)

Writing  81% expected, 30% more than expected (National : 76% expected, 18% more than expected)

Maths 78% expected, 30% more than expected (National : 75% expected, 23% more than expected)

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling (GPS) 78% expected, 41% more than expected  (National : 77% expected, 31% more than expected)

Combined reading / writing / maths score  63% expected, 19% more than expected (National : 61% expected, 9% more than expected)

 

Average scaled scores:-
Reading- School:105 (National:104)
GPS- School:106 (National:106)
Maths- School:106 (National:104)

 

KS1

Reading  70% expected, 22% more than expected

Writing  78% expected, 4% more than expected

Maths  78% expected, 22% more than expected

Combined reading / writing / maths score  63% expected, 4% more than expected

 

 

Year 1 Phonics

83% pass rate

 

Early Years good level of development (GLD)

67% 

 

2017 Performance - Progress:

KS2

Reading 1.6 (-0.8 - 4.0)

Writing 3.1 (0.7 - 5.5)

Maths 1.0 (-1.2 - 3.2)

(confidence intervals in brackets)
 
 
 
 

2016 Performance - Attainment:

 

KS2

Reading   67.9% expected, 25% more than expected

Writing  89.3% expected, 28.6% more than expected

Maths 60.7% expected, 21.4% more than expected

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling (GPS) 85.7% expected, 25% more than expected

Combined reading / writing / maths score  53.6% expected, 14.3% more than expected

 

Average scaled scores:-
Reading- 104.2
GPS- 105.8
Maths- 102.6

 

KS1

Reading  89.7% expected, 24.1% more than expected

Writing  72.4% expected, 17.2% more than expected

Maths  79.3% expected, 27.6% more than expected

Combined reading / writing / maths score  58.6% expected, 17.2% more than expected

 

 

Year 1 Phonics

80% pass rate

Early Years good level of development (GLD)

78.6% 

 

2016 Performance - Progress:

KS2

Reading 3.2

Writing 4.73

Maths 0.79

Progress has been calculated differently this year with a positive number being extremely good.  It shows the progress made from the end of KS1 to the end of KS2.

All Isleham scores were far above the floor target set.