Key Stage Two Results 2016

End of Key Stage 2 Results - 2016

 In 2016, children were assessed without the use of levels for the first time. Instead of levels there is now a single expected standard for all pupils. The table below shows the numbers of our pupils who reached the ‘Expected Standard for Year 6 Pupils’.

 We continue to be proud of the achievements of our pupils in 2016, especially in light of the new, more challenging curriculum and tests that they faced. In reading, writing and maths their results were higher than the average across Wirral.

 

Assessment

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard

Maths Test

73%

Reading Test

65.4%

Writing – Teacher Assessment

77%

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Test

54%

 

2016 End of Key Stage Data Analysis

 

Year 6 – 26 Pupils (including 5 SEN)

 

Attainment

 

 

School

National

Wirral

Maths

73%

70%

64.2%

Reading

65.4%

66%

63.5%

Writing

77%

74%

71.5%

GPS

54%

74%

69.3%

Combined (M, R, W)

57%

53%

48.5%

 

Progress

 

 

KS2

KS1 2b / 2b+

% accelerated progress

Maths

73%

42%

31%

Reading

65.4%

42%

23.4%

Writing

77%

42%

33%

 

Analysis of Group Data

 

 

School

(26)

Boys

(13)

Girls

(13)

PP

(19)

Non PP (7)

SEN

(5)

Non SEN (21)

Maths

73%

69%

77%

68%

86%

40%

81%

Reading

65.4%

62%

69%

58%

86%

40%

71%

Writing

77%

69%

85%

68%

86%

40%

86%

GPS

54%

46%

62%

47%

71%

20%

62%

 Key Gaps:

  • GPS is significantly behind other subjects
  • Girls have outperformed boys in all subjects
  • Non Pupil Premium pupils have outperformed Pupil Premium children in all subjects