Our Results

Our Results

 

KS2 Test Results & Progress 2017 (All Pupils)

 

Subject Level Results Year 6 – National Figures in brackets

Reading Expected Standard Greater Depth
2016 90% (66%) 40% (19%)
2017 97% (71%) 53% (24%)

 

Writing Expected Standard Greater Depth
2016 90% (74%) 25% (10%)
2017 87% (76%) 40% (18%)

 

Maths Expected Standard Greater Depth
2016 95% (70%) 40% (17%)
2017 100% (75%) 40% (23%)

 

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Expected Standard Greater Depth
2016 90% (72%) 50% (22%)
2017 93% (77%) 47% (31%)

 

Reading, writing and maths Expected Standard Greater Depth
2016 90% (53%) 15% (5%)
2017 83 (61%) 27% (9%)

 

Subject Scaled Scores

Comparing average national score to average score achieved by pupils at Church Langton

Expected Achieved
Reading 102.6 108.7
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 104.0 110.7
Maths 103.0 109.9

 

Key Stage 1 Teacher Assessment Year 2 National average in brackets

Reading Expected standard Greater Depth
2016 82% (74%) 14% (24%)
2017 76% (76%) 37% (25%)

 

Writing Expected standard Greater Depth
2016 68% (65%) 14% (13%)
2017 80% (68%) 23% (16%)

 

Maths Expected Standard Greater Depth
2016 91% (73%) 14% (18%)
2017 90% (75%) 23% (21%)

 

Year 1 Phonics Screening

 

Children are assessed on their acquisition of sounds and application of them in reading.

At or Above National Standard. National average in brackets

Phonics National standard
2016 87% (81%)
2017 81% (81%)

 

Foundation Stage Level of Development

Percentage of children reaching a good level of development

2016                            70%

2017                            75%

 

Download a copy our-results-2016

The department of education provides information about the achievement of schools.

You can find the latest information about Church Langton CE (Aided) Primary School by following this link.

Ofsted also provides information about school performance in their Dashboards for KS1 and KS2.

The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to underachievement. These include pupils who are entitled to free school meals and those looked after by the Local Authority.

The funding received by Church Langton Primary School has been used in a variety of ways to improve attainment and help overcome barriers to learning.

All schools are required to report on the amount received and how this is being used. Once information is available, the impact of the funding should also be reported.

Academic Year 2015/16

 

View the pupil premium report