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Data Report

Although our philosophy is one built upon the individual child and ensuring that we provide an all-round personal education and exciting learning for life opportunities, all schools continue to be measured on attainment data at the end of EYFS, KS1 and KS2, and in phonics at the end of year 1.

So we are delighted to be able to give you this year’s end of summer headlines for EYFS, Year 1 Phonics and KS SATs.

Reception Class children are judged by the ‘Good Level of Development’measure of the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile. In the EYFS Profile, children will be defined as having reached a Good Level of Development at the end of the EYFS if they achieve at least the expected level in the early learning goals in the prime areas of learning (personal, social and emotional development; physical development; and communication and language) and in the specific areas of mathematics and literacy, which the Government believes are crucial for later success.

All areas of learning within the EYFS are important. To reflect this, the Good Level of Development measure is supported by a measure of the average of the cohort’s total point score across all the early learning goals. This captures the attainment of all children across all the early learning goals.

 

Killinghall

Children at a good level of development or exceeding

74%

Average score achieved on the EYFSP

38.5

 

The above table shows that our end of EYFS scores are good. As well as this information, we can confirm that there are several children at ‘exceeding’.

Year 1 phonics screening

This year’s screening results are well above the national percentage with 80% achieving the required 32/40 mark to be considered to be ‘working at’. Many children scored full marks on the test out of 40. This is an excellent result and shows the impact of our phonics teaching continues to have in reception and year 1.

Key Stage 1

A combination of tests and teacher assessment is used to give the chidren their end of KS1 result.

The combination of KS1 SATs and teacher assessment results:

 

 

% at Killinghall achieving expected or above 

the government standard

% achieving above the

government  standard at Killinghall

Reading

73%

23%

Writing

73%

9%

Maths

73%

14%

 Key Stage 2

Children sit their tests in a formal week in May. Papers are sent away for external marking.

Teachers complete their own teacher assessment and submit these in June – this is based on the evidence in books and lessons throughout the year.

Teacher assessed results:

 

% at Killinghall achieving expected or above 

the government standard

Reading

86%

Writing

86%

Maths

86%

 

 

 

% at Killinghall achieving expected or above 

the government standard

 

 

 

 

Nationally

Reading

86%

75%

Grammar, Punctuation & spelling

71%

78%

Maths

86%

76%

Reading, Writing & Maths Combined

86%

64%