Performance 2018-2019

Unvalidated results
Early Years Foundation StageSchoolKentNational
Percentage of children achieving a good level of development80.00%  

 

PhonicsSchoolKentNational
% scoring 32+ Year 187.00%  
Number of Year 2 retakes8  
% scoring 32+ Year 275%  

 

Key Stage 1Reading expectedReading G.DWriting expectedWriting G.DMathematics expectedMathematics G.D
School87.00%30.00%77.00%23.00%87.00%33.00%
Kent      
National      

 

Key Stage 2Reading Writing and Maths combined expectedReading Writing and Maths combined higher standard
School77.00%19.00%
Kent  
National65.00%11.00%

 

Key Stage 2Reading Expected StandardReading High Score (110+)Writing Expected StandardWriting Greater Depth
School81.00%36.00%90.00%29.00%
Kent76.00%29.00%82.00%23.00%
National73.00%27.00%78.00%20.00%

 

Key Stage 2Mathematics Expected StandardMathematics High Score (110+)
School84.00%45.00%
Kent79.00%27.00%
National79.00%27.00%

 

Key Stage 2GPS Expected StandardGPS High Score (110+)
School87.00%45.00%
Kent77.00%33.00%
National

78.00%

36.00%

 

Scales Scores Key Stage 2SchoolKentNational
Reading Average Scaled Score107 104
GPS Average Scaled Score110 106
Maths Average Scaled Score108 105

 

Average progress in Reading Writing and Maths
Reading1.1

This places us in the top 40% of schools Nationally (0.70 – 1.60)

(Top 5% = 4.1 and above)

Writing1.6

This places us in the top 25% of schools Nationally (1.50 – 3.2)

(Top 5% = 3.3 and above)

Mathematics1.1

This places us in the top 40% of schools Nationally (0.6 – 1.5)

(Top 5% = 3.9 and above)

 

Progress measures in Reading Writing and Mathematics are calculated as an average of individual pupil’ subject progress scores.  Pupils are assigned into groups based on their starting points (Key Stage 1 achievement).  The average Key Stage 2 score is then calculated for each prior attainment group.  Finally a pupil progress score is calculated by working out the difference between their actual KS2 outcome and the National average Key Stage 2 out for their prior attainment group.  This process is repeated for each subject.  (Further details can be found in Primary School accountability in 2016, pages 9-17).

Performance 2017 – 2018

Early Years Foundation StageSchoolKentNational
Percentage of children achieving a good level of development83.30%75.30%71.50%

 

PhonicsSchoolKentNational
% scoring 32+ Year 173.30%81.80%82.50%
Number of Year 2 retakes2  
% scoring 32+ Year 20  

 

Key Stage 1Reading expectedReading G.DWriting expectedWriting G.DMathematics expectedMathematics G.D
School83.00%33.00%83.00%33.00%80.00%33.00%
Kent78.10% 73.00% 78.70% 
National75.40% 69.90% 76.10% 

 

Key Stage 2Reading Writing and Maths combined expectedReading Writing and Maths combined higher standard
School83.00%3.00%
Kent65.50%10.90%
National64.00%9.80%

 

Key Stage 2Reading Expected StandardReading High Score (110+)Writing Expected StandardWriting Greater Depth
School87.00%23.00%93.00%30.00%
Kent76.80%30.00%81.50%22.50%
National75.00%28.00%78.00%19.80%

 

Key Stage 2Mathematics Expected StandardMathematics High Score (110+)
School87.00%23.00%
Kent75.30%23.60%
National76.00%23.60%

 

Scales Scores Key Stage 2SchoolKentNational
Reading Average Scaled Score107  
GPS Average Scaled Score107  
Maths Average Scaled Score106  

 

Average progress in Reading Writing and Maths
Reading1.9

This places us in the top 25% of schools Nationally (1.70 – 3.9)

(Top 5% = 4.0 and above)

Writing3.5

This places us in the top 25% of schools Nationally (1.50 – 3.4)

(Top 5% = 3.5 and above)

Mathematics1.9

This places us in the top 25% of schools Nationally (1.70 – 4.0)

(Top 5% = 4.1 and above)

 

Progress measures in Reading Writing and Mathematics are calculated as an average of individual pupil’ subject progress scores.  Pupils are assigned into groups based on their starting points (Key Stage 1 achievement).  The average Key Stage 2 score is then calculated for each prior attainment group.  Finally a pupil progress score is calculated by working out the difference between their actual KS2 outcome and the National average Key Stage 2 out for their prior attainment group.  This process is repeated for each subject.  (Further details can be found in Primary School accountability in 2016, pages 9-17).

Performance 2016 -2017

Early Years Foundation StageSchoolKentNational
Percentage of children achieving a good level of development.83.30%74.20%70.70%

 

PhonicsSchoolKentNational
% scoring 32+ Year 193.30%82.10%81.20%
Number of Year 2 retakes4  
% scoring 32+ Year 225.00%59.60%61.60%

 

Key Stage 1Reading ExpectedReading G.DWriting ExpectedWriting G.DMathematics ExpectedMathematics G.D
School80.00%63.30%73.30%26.70%73.30%56.70%
Kent78.80%26.10%72.30%16.50%78.40%20.70%
National75.50%25.20%68.20%15.60%75.10%20.50%

 

Key Stage 2Reading, Writing and Maths Combined ExpectedReading, Writing and Maths Combined Higher Standard
School90.00%6.70%
Kent64.00%9.00%
National61.00%9.00%

 

Key Stage 2Reading Expected StandardReading High Score (110+)Writing Expected StandardWriting Greater Depth
School90.00%30.00%96.70%23.30%
Kent74.00%15.80%80.00%19.00%
National71.00%25.00%76.00%18.00%

 

Key Stage 2Mathematics Expected StandardMathematics High Score (110+)GPS Expected StandardGPS High Score (110+)
School96.70%23.30%96.70%36.70%
Kent76.00%23.00%76.00%30.00%
National75.00%23.00%77.00%31.00%

 

Scaled Scores Key Stage 2SchoolKentNational
Reading Average Scaled Score108105104
GPS Average Scaled Score109106106
Maths Average Scaled Score107104104

 

Average progress in Reading, Writing and Maths
Reading3.7

This places us in the top 25% of schools Nationally. (1.80 – 4.30)

(Top 5% = 4.4 and above)

Writing3.6

This places us in the top 25% of schools Nationally. (1.6 – 3.7)

(Top 5% = 3.8 and above)

Mathematics2.9

This places us in the top 25% of schools Nationally. (1.8 – 4.3)

(Top 5% = 4.4 and above)

Progress measures in Reading, Writing and Mathematics are calculated as an average of individual pupils’ subject progress scores.  Pupils are assigned into groups based on their starting points (Key Stage 1 achievement).  The average Key Stage 2 score is then calculated for each prior attainment group.  Finally a pupil progress score is calculated by working out the difference between their actual KS2 outcome and the National average Key Stage 2 outcome for their prior attainment group.  This process is repeated for each subject.  (Further details can be found in Primary School accountability in 2016, pages 9-17).

Performance 2015-2016

Provisional figures for 2016

Early Years Foundation StageSchoolKentNational
Percentage of children achieving a good level of development83.30%74.80%69.30%

 

PhonicsSchoolKentNational
%32 + Year 186.70%81.60%80.60%
Number of Year 2 retakes6  
% 32 + Year 283.30%65.20%66.70%

 

Key Stage 1Reading ExpectedReading G.DWriting ExpectedWriting G.DMathematics Expected

Mathematics G.D

School80.00%46.70%76.70%43.30%83.30%46.70%
Kent78.20%24.60%71.30%15.10%77.50%18.50%
National74.00%23.60%65.50%13.30%72.60%17.80%

 

Key Stage 2

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined Expected

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined Higher Standard
School86.20%3.40%
Kent58.00%6.00%
National53%5.00%

 

Key Stage 2Reading Expected StandardReading High Score (110+)Writing Expected StandardWriting Greater Depth
School89.70%20.70%86.20%20.70%
Kent69.00%21.00%80.00%15.00%
National66.00%19.00%74.00%15.00%

 

Key Stage 2Mathematics Expected StandardMathematics High Score (110+)GPS Expected StandardGPS High Score (110+)
School89.70%34.50%86.20%44.80%
Kent71.00%17.00%72.00%22.00%
National70.00%17.00%72.00%23.00%

 

Scaled Scores Key Stage 2SchoolKentNational
Reading Average Scaled Score105.90%103.00%103.00%
GPS Average Scaled Score108.30%104.00%104.00%
Maths Average Scaled Score107.00%103.00%103.00%

 

Average progress in reading, writing and maths
Reading3.4

This places us in the top 25% of schools nationally. 

(1.8 -4.5) (Top 5% = 4.6 and above)

Writing2.1

This places us in the top 25% of schools nationally.

(1.9 – 4.3) (Top 5% = 4.4 and above)

 

Mathematics4.1

This places us in the top 25% of schools nationally.

(1.6 – 4.2) (Top 5% = 4.3 and above)

Progress measures in Reading, Writing and Mathematics are calculated as an average of individual pupils’ subject progress scores.  Pupils are assigned into groups based on their starting points (Key Stage 1 achievement).  The average Key Stage 2 score is then calculated for each prior attainment group.  Finally a pupil progress score is calculated by working out the difference between their actual KS2 outcome and the national average KS2 outcome for their prior attainment group.   This process is repeated for each subject.  (Further details can be found in Primary School accountability in 2016, pages 9-17).