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A message from Janice Shields ( Headteacher ) on School Performance.

Many visitors to the website will be familiar with school data and Governors’ Dashboard.

This information can be used to make judgements of schools.

As a Headteacher of 19 years, I urge you to not make a judgement on the quality of education at St Anne’s (or any other school) based solely on statistics.

This message is more important than ever for the school year 2015/16.

2015/16 was a transition year during which the Government introduced changes to assessment procedures and expectations.

As you will see 2016 Data of St Anne’s resulted in the Governors’ Dashboard being unable to identify any strengths to report.

We have many, many strengths.

For many schools 2016 Data did not accurately reflect the standards and progress across the school.

The Government now, and rightly so, places more emphasis on the progress made by children from their starting point rather than the percentage of children attaining at each level.This is a much fairer judgement of a school and an acknowledgement that high attainment, and a high percentage of age related expectations does not necessarily mean the school is working its hardest for all children. In many schools with contextual profiles like St Anne’s a large number of the children enter school at very low starting points with extreme life challenges and barriers to learning. Despite this the majority of the children make very good progress (see 2 Levels of Progress Table).

Our expectations, our drive, our passion, our dedication and our provision for pupils did not decline during 2015/16.

I am fully confident that as we embrace and embed the changes and continue with our drive and passion our data will look as positive as it has done for the 3 years prior to 2016.  

Really good schools like St Anne’s and those with whom we closely collaborate remain determined to work together to ensure  that during this time of transition all pupils continue to make the progress of which they are capable.

 

Year 6 2017 SATS Data (un-validated)

KS2 ‘unvalidated’ SATS Results July 2017

The following table reports the % of Year 6 pupils that attained Age Related Expectations (ARE) in the 2017 National Tests or attained ‘above’ Age Related Expectations (Greater Depth).

Number of pupils tested = 29/30 pupils.

1 pupil was dis-applied from the tests. The results below are based upon the whole cohort of 30 pupils.

 

 

Subject

 

    % ARE

 

Sch            Na

      % GD      

 

Sch                  Na


Average   Scaled
Score

               


Average Progress

           

Confidence

Interval


Reading

 


60        71

 

6.7          *

100.4

-0.4

+

-2.4


Writing

 

66.7     76

10           *

/

+0.9

+

-2.3


Maths

 

60         75

13.3       *

101.7

-0.7

+

-2.2


GPS

 

80        77

20           *

104.7

/

/


RWM
 

43.3     61

3.3

/

/

/

 

Science

 

75

/

/

/

/

*National Greater Depth Not Yet Known

 

KS2 Attainment

Click on the link below to access the Department for Education’s (DfE) achievement and attainment tables (AAT) and details of our latest KS2 attainment and progress measures.

 

Validated End of Key Stage results 2016:

Subject

% at Expected
 

Sch              Nat

% at High Standard
Sch              Nat

Average Scaled Score

Average Progress

Confidence Interval

Reading

39            74

 4               17

98

-4.2

(-6.6 to -1.8)

Writing

21             70

4                19

 

-8.7

(-11.10 to -6.30)

Maths

68              66

4               17

   101

-0.9

(-3.0 to +1.2)

Grammar
GPS

 57              72

7                22

   100

 

 

  • Writing is Teacher Assessment

Reading, Writing and Maths combined at Expected Standard 21%.

Reading, Writing and Maths combined at High Standard 0%

 

2 Levels of Progress from Year 2 to Year 6 – Cohort 2015 and 2014 (i.e %age making expected progress)

 

 

2014

Sch              Nat

2015

Sch              Nat

Reading

88%

                                                   94%

92%
 

                                              94%

Writing

83%
                                     96%

96%
                                              97%

Maths

78%
                                             93%

96%
                      
 93%         

RWMa

68%
                                     
65%

69%
                                 65%


The Government base line target for L4+ Reading, Writing and Maths combined was 65% for 2015

School achieved  69%

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