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2018-19 Performance Data

Good Level of Development

The % of children reaching a good level of development is displayed in the table below. The data is broken down into some key groups and is also compared to the previous year.

As can be seen the % has dropped slightly compared to 2017/18 and there is a significance gender gap which is different to previous years.

 

Good Level of Development

Group

2018

2019

All  57

76%

68%

Boys  29

78%

51.7%

Girls   28

73%

85.7%

Disadvantaged 25

70%

60%

Other 32

83%

75%

Phonics Screening

The table below highlights the % of children who passed the phonics screening check and scored 32 marks or more in the test.

 

Phonics Screening Year 1

Group

2018

2019

All    59

82%

74.2%

Boys   32

77%

80.6%

Girls  29

88%

66.7%

Disadvantaged 28

73%

73..3%

Other  31

87%

75%

 

The % is slightly lower than in the past few years- boys did better than girls whilst our pupil premium children did almost as well as pupils not entitled to pupil premium funding and support.

 

 

 

 

Key Stage 1 Data

The table below contains information about key stage 1 assessments.

Subject

% at EXS+

% at GDS

Reading

70%

22%

Writing

65%

7%

Maths

70%

15%

Combined RWM

63.3%

3.3%

 

National information will be added when it becomes available.

 

Key Stage 2 Data

The table below displays end of key stage 2 results for our current year 6 cohort.

Subject

% at EXS+

 

% at GDS

School

National

School

National

Reading

73%

73%

17%

 

Writing

75%

78%

13%

 

Maths

87%

79%

28%

 

Grammar

80%

78%

35%

 

Combined RWM

68%

65%

7%

 

 

Southglade Primary School were at national expectations for the expected standards (or better) in all areas apart from writing where there was a 3% gap between the school's performance and national outcomes (which equates to 2 pupils).

Southglade Primary School exceeded the national averages for the key combined measure of reaching at least the expected standard in reading, writing and maths combined. This is the 4th consecutive year where the school has had a higher combined % than the national average.

 

Information for greater depth at the national level will be added when it becomes available.

Further information will be published regarding progress from end of ks1 data when it is published in the next few weeks.

 

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