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Our Performance – IRLAM ENDOWED PRIMARY SCHOOL.

SUMMARY OF JULY 2016 END OF KEY PHASE/STAGE ATTAINMENT

END KS1 OUTCOMES JULY 2016 – SCHOOL          

 

 

Below the standard of the pre key-stage

Pre key-stage foundations (PKF)

Working towards the expected standard (WTS)

Working at the expected standard (EXS)

Working at greater depth (GDS)

% at expected or above

 

% at GDS

(above age related)

 

 

Mathematics

 

 

3 children

 

7

15

6

68%

 

19%

 

 

Reading

1 child

 

2 children

 

2

16

10

84%

 

37%

 

  

    Writing

2 children

 

1 child

 

7

17

4

68%

 

13%

 

 

END KS2 OUTCOMES JULY 2015 – SCHOOL      (Estimated Y6 2016 National average)

Subject

(provisional national in red)

% at expected standard or above

(100+)

PROGRESS SCORE

Reported as above (+) or

 below (-) the expected progress

Reading              (66%)

62%

+ 1.5

Writing               (74%)

76%

                + 0.8

EGPS                    (72%)

79%

                N/A

Mathematics      (70%)

72%

+ 1.3

Reading, Writing (TA), Mathematics    (53%)

52%

               N/A

Click on the link to see our latest Key Stage Performance and Progress Data. It also compares our results to National Averages (as released).                           www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance

 Our last Ofsted report can be found at this link:  http://www.ofsted.gov.uk/inspection-reports/find-inspection-report/provider/ELS/105939

  • 3% Reception pupils reached a 'GLD'. Good level of development
  • 76% of pupils attained the expected level in the Year 1 phonics screening check.

Our Latest Attendance Statistics

We value the importance of regular attendance and punctuality. The school has put a lot of strategies and reward systems in place for good attendance over the past 5 years. I can now report the impact of our initiatives.

We are pleased to share that at the end of the 2015-16 school year, our attendance was 96.5%, which is above the national average.

The latest percentage of children who are persistently absent from school is now 1.6%.  We are proud to say that this is well below the national average of 3.4%.

We thank our parents and carers for supporting our policies. Working together has meant that there is a trend of improvement, and we have reached an excellent level now. High attendance figures are also a key indicator as to how happy our pupils are to come to school.


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