Emmaville Primary School

SATs Results & Performance Tables

School Performance, achievement and standards highlights for 2018

EYFS 2018

Reception Cohort – 56  (Boys – 31      Girls – 25)

By the time they left the end of Reception, 75% of the cohort attained a good level of development; higher than the national average (71.5%), higher than the Local Authority (70.1%).

Year 1 Phonics Screen 2018 

Cohort 60  (Boys – 35    Girls – 25)

The Year 1 Phonics test was completed in June 2017.  The number of pupils who achieved the expected standard was 51 (85%).  National Av. 82.5%.  Local Authority 83.9%.

Key Stage 1 2018

Cohort 54  (Boys – 34    Girls – 20)

Reading, Writing and Maths 

At the end of Key Stage 1, the percentage of pupils who achieved at least the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths was 74.1% (National average 65.4%, Local Authority 67.4)

The percentage of pupils who achieved greater depth in Reading, Writing and Maths was 14.8% (National average 11.7%, Local Authority 13.5%)

Reading

The percentage of pupils who achieved at least the expected standard in Reading was 83.3% (National average 75.5%, Local Authority average 78.1%). 

The percentage of pupils working at greater depth in Reading was 46.3% (National average 25.7%, Local Authority average 25.8%). 

Writing

The percentage of pupils who achieved at least the expected standard in Writing was 81.5%  (National average 70%, Local Authority average 71.6%). 

The percentage of pupils working at greater depth in writing was 24.1% (National average 15.9%, Local Authority average 17.4%).  

Maths

The percentage of pupils who achieved at least the expected standard in Maths was 79.6% (National average 76.1%, Local Authority average 77%). 

The percentage of pupils working at greater depth in Maths was 35.2% (National average 21.8%, Local Authority average 23.7%).

Key Stage 2 results for 2018

Cohort - 36  (Boys - 19    Girls - 17)

86.1% of our children reached the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Mathematics, compared with a national figure of 64.2% and Local Authority of 69.9%. 

In Reading, Writing and Maths at Emmaville, 22.2% achieved at the higher standard in comparison to 9.7% Nationally and 10.2% Local Authority.

The expected standard in the tests is a scaled score of 100 or above.  The threshold for a ‘high standard’ in 2018 was a scaled score of 110.

Attainment of our children at the Expected Standard is higher than the National and Local Authority averages in all subjects.  Attainment at the higher standard (Greater Depth) at Emmaville is also above the National average in Reading, Writing, Mathematics and Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling.

% of pupils achieving expected standard by subject 2018

 

Reading

GPS

Mathematics

Writing *teacher assessed

Emmaville

86.1

88.9

91.7

88.9

National

Local Authority

75

80.1

78

83.6

76

80.1

78

82

 
 

% of pupils achieving higher standard by subject 2018

 

Reading

GPS

Mathematics

Writing *teacher assessed

Emmaville

38.9

58.3

  33.3

41.7

National

Local Authority

27.8

31.1

34.2

41.7

  23.4

  24.6

19.6

19.6

Average Scaled Scores 2018

The average scaled score is calculated as the mean scaled score of all pupils awarded a scaled score.

Average scaled score

 

Emmaville

 

Reading

107

 

Grammar, Punctuation

& Spelling

110

 

Mathematics

106

 

 

Progress Measures KS1 to KS2 2018

The progress measures compare pupils’ key stage 2 results to those of other pupils nationally with similar prior attainment.  They are based on their key stage 1 results.  A score of 0 means pupils in our school on average do as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally, whereas, a negative score means pupils in our school on average do worse at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally, and a positive score means pupils in our school on average do better at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally. 

 

Progress scores are calculated between -5 and +5

 

Reading

Writing

Mathematics

Emmaville

+ 1.5

 

+ 2.3

 

+ 0.8

 

 
 
Performance Tables
 
Many parents are keen to see how we are performing in relation to other schools. You can find and compare the school performance tables from the Department of Education by clicking the links below.

School Performance, achievement and standards highlights for 2017

EYFS 2017

Reception Cohort – 60  (Boys – 35      Girls – 25)

By the time they left the end of Reception, 80% of the cohort attained a good level of development; higher than the national average (70.7%), higher than the Local Authority (70%). 

Year 1 Phonics Screen 2017 

Cohort 55  (Boys – 35    Girls – 20)

The Year 1 Phonics test was completed in June 2017.  The number of pupils who achieved the expected standard was 47 (85.5%). 

Key Stage 1 2017

Cohort 44  (Boys – 18    Girls – 26)

At the end of Key Stage 1 standards were above the national average in reading, writing and maths.

Reading

The percentage of pupils who achieved at least the expected standard in reading was 80% (national average 76%, local authority average 77%). 

The percentage of pupils working at greater depth in reading was 50% (national average 25%, LA 27%). 

Writing

The percentage of pupils who achieved at least the expected standard in writing was 82%  (national average in 2017 65%). 

The percentage of pupils working at greater depth in writing was 25% (national average 16%). 

Maths

The percentage of pupils who achieved at least the expected standard in maths was 80% (national average 75%). 

Key Stage 2 results for 2017

Cohort - 29  (Boys - 10    Girls - 19)

90% of our children reached the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics, compared with a national figure of 61%. In reading, writing and maths 17.2% achieved at the higher standard in comparison to 9% nationally.

The expected standard in the tests is a scaled score of 100 or above. 90% of our children reached the expected standard compared with a national figure of 61%.  The threshold for a ‘high standard’ in 2017 was a scaled score of 110, 17% of our children reached a high standard in reading, writing and mathematics, compared with a national figure of 9%. 

Attainment by subject (reaching the expected standard)

Attainment of our children at the expected standard is higher than the national average.  Attainment at the higher standard is above the national average in reading and writing and slightly lower in Maths and GPS.

% of pupils achieving expected standard by subject

 

Reading

GPS

Mathematics

Writing *teacher assessed

Emmaville

90

93

93

93

National

71

77

75

76

 
 

% of pupils achieving higher standard by subject

 

Reading

GPS

Mathematics

Writing *teacher assessed

Emmaville

35

28

  21

38

National

25

31

  23

18

 
 

Average Scaled Scores

The average scaled score is calculated as the mean scaled score of all pupils awarded a scaled score.

Average scaled score

 

Reading

Mathematics

Emmaville

107

106

Local Authority

105

105

National

104

104

 
 

Progress Measures KS1 to KS2

The progress measures compare pupils’ key stage 2 results to those of other pupils nationally with similar prior attainment.  They are based on their key stage 1 results.  A score of 0 means pupils in our school on average do as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally, whereas, a negative score means pupils in our school on average do worse at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally, and a positive score means pupils in our school on average do better at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally. 

 

Progress scores are calculated between -5 and +5

 

Reading

Writing

Mathematics

Emmaville

+ 2.1

Average

(about 66% of schools in England)

+ 2.6

Above average

(about 8% of schools in England)

+ 0.5

Average

(about 66% of schools in England)

 
 
School results for Key Stage 1 & 2 in 2016
Key Stage 1 (Cohort 42 pupils)
 

Reading

Writing

Mathematics

 

No of children

%

No of children

%

No of children

%

PRE

2

4.76

2

4.76

2

4.76

WTS

7

17

11

26

7

17

EXS

20

48

21

50

20

48

GDS

13

31

8

19

13

31

PRE – Pre key stage
WTS – Working towards the expected standard
EXS – Working at expected standard
GDS – Working at greater depth 

Reading

Writing

Mathematics

 

No of children

%

No of children

%

No of children

%

Below expected standard

 

9

 

21

 

13

 

31

 

9

 

21

Above expected standard

 

33

 

79

 

29

 

69

 

33

 

79

 
 
Key Stage 2 (Cohort 35 Pupils)
 
At the end of Key Stage 2, each pupil receives their test results as a scaled score and teacher assessments based on the standards in the interim framework.  Because of the changes, figures for 2016 are not comparable to those for earlier years.  The expectations for pupils at the end of Key Stage 2 have been raised to be higher than the old level 4.  Given the differences from previous years to the curriculum and assessments, levels are not comparable with scaled scores or teacher assessment outcomes. For reading, mathematics and GPS (grammar, punctuation and spelling) test results are reported as scaled scores between 80 and 120, with 100 as the national standard. Writing is assessed using teacher assessment.
 
66% of our children reached the expected standard in reading, writing and maths, compared with a national figure of 53%.
 
The expected standard in the tests is a scaled score of 100 or above. 66% of our children reached the new expected standard compared with a national figure of 53%.  The threshold for a ‘high standard’ in 2016 was a scaled score of 110, 9% of our children reached a high standard in reading, writing and mathematics, compared with a national figure of 5%.
 
Attainment by Subject (reaching the expected standard)
 
Attainment of our children at the expected standard or above is higher than the national standard.  It is highest in mathematics with only GPS slightly lower than the national average. 
 

% of pupils achieving expected standard by subject

 

Reading

GPS

Mathematics

Writing

*teacher assessed

Emmaville

71.4

71.4

82.8

80

National

66

72

70

74

 

% of pupils achieving expected  / high standard by subject

 

Reading

GPS

Mathematics

Writing

*teacher assessed

Expected Standard

71.4

71.4

82.8

80

High Standard

11

26

17

17