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Cookham Rise Primary School

OFSTED and School Performance

2016 School Results

 

EYFS

 

 From 2013, children are defined as having reached a ‘Good Level of Development’ at the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage if they achieve at least the expected level in:

 

- The early learning goals in the prime areas of learning (personal, social and emotional development: physical development; and communication and language)

and;

- The early learning goals in the specific areas of mathematics and literacy.

 

Cookham Rise children achieved a 'Good Level of Development' of 62.1% in 2014 (National average for 2014 was 60%) this has risen to 77% in 2016 (National average for 2016 is 69%)

 

Year

% GLD

School

% GLD

Nationalnal

2014

62%

60%

2015

73%

66%

2016

77%

69%

 

 

Supporting measure for the Good Level of Development is the average point score across all Early Learning Goals;

- This measures the total number of points achieved on the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile

- The national measure is the average of every child’s total point score

 

The scores are as follows;

• Emerging 1

• Expected 2

• Exceeding 3

 

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check

 

 

Year

 

Cookham Rise

% of pupils above the 32/40 threshold

National
2012 70% 58%
2013 67% 69%
2014 77%        74%
2015 87% 77%
2016 90% 80%

 

For information about the screening check

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/194057/phonics_check_leaflet_2013_.pdf

 

 

KS1 Results - 2015

 

Level

School %

2015

National %

2015

School %

2015

National %

2015

School %

2015

National %

2015

 

 

Reading

 

  Writing   Maths  
2c+ 90 91 90 88 90 93
2b+ 90 81 80 70 80 80
3 37 31 20 16 27 24

 

KS1 Results - 2016

KS1—Year 2—Attainment

(Teacher assessed and informed by the SATs tests)

School

National

% of children reaching Expected in reading

70%

74%

% of children working in greater depth in reading

23%

24%

% of children reaching Expected in writing

53%

65%

% of children working in greater depth in writing

10%

13%

% of children reaching Expected in maths

67%

73%

% of children working in greater depth in maths

27%

18%

 

KS1 —Year 2—Progress (based on teacher assessments)

 

School

% of children making expected progress in reading

75%

% of children making greater than expected progress in reading

25%

% of children making expected progress in writing

67%

% of children making greater than expected progress in writing

22%

% of children making expected progress in maths

64%

% of children making greater than expected progress in maths

29%

 

Value added based on progress from ELG 1-3.

ELG1 – Emerging

ELG2 – Expected

ELG3 – Exceeding 

 

KS2 Results - 2015

 

Year 6 Reading Writing Maths

% of children

who have made at least

expected progress - 2015

100%

(National 2015 - 91%)

93%

(National 2015 - 94%)

93%

(National 2015 - 90%)

 

 

Reading

2015

Reading

National

2015

SPAG

2015

SPAG

National

2015

Writing

2015

Writing

National

2015

Maths

2015

Maths

National

2015

Level 4+ 97% 89% 90% 80% 93% 87% 90% 87%
Level 5+ 45% 48% 45% 55% 10% 36% 38% 41%

 

SPAG - Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

1 child = approx 3.5%

 

KS2 Results - 2016

 

KS2—Year 6—Attainment

(Based on SATs tests except for writing which is based on teacher assessment)

School

National

2016

% of children reaching Expected in reading

67%

66%

% of children working in greater depth in reading

19%

 

% of children reaching Expected in writing

48%

74%

% of children working in greater depth in writing

7%

 

% of children reaching Expected in SPAG

67%

72%

% of children working in greater depth in SPAG

15%

 

% of children reaching Expected in maths

74%

70%

% of children working in greater depth in maths

 

11%

 

% of children reaching 'Expected' in reading, writing and maths

37%

54%

 

KS2 —Year 6—Progress

 (Based on teacher assessments)

School

% of children making expected progress in reading

78%

% of children making greater than expected progress in reading

15%

% of children making expected progress in writing

78%

% of children making greater than expected progress in writing

19%

% of children making expected progress in maths

89%

% of children making greater than expected progress in maths

11%

Please find below our most recent Ofsted reports, and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables.

Ofsted School Inspection Reports

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