School Performance Data

Key Stage 2 Results 2016

Average Progress Scores in Reading, Writing and Mathematics at end of Key Stage 2 at Occold Primary School

Band

Reading

Writing

Maths

National

School

National

School

National

School

Top 5% of schools

+4.6 upward

 

+4.4 upward

 

+4.3 upward

 

Top 25%

+1.8 to +4.5

 

+1.9 to +4.3

3.6

+1.6 to +4.2

1.7

Top 40%

+0.7 to +1.7

1.1

+0.8 to +1.8

 

+0.6 to +1.5

 

Middle 20%

-0.6 to +0.6

 

-0.5 to +0.7

 

-0.6 to +0.5

 

Bottom 40%

-1.6 to -0.7

 

-1.6 to -0.6

 

-1.6 to -0.7

 

Bottom 25%

-4.0 to -1.7

 

-4.8 to -1.7

 

-4.0 to -1.7

 

Bottom 5% of schools

-4.1 and less

 

-4.9 and less

 

-4.1 and less

 

 

 Average Scaled Scores at end of Key Stage 2 tests at Occold Primary School

 

Reading

Mathematics

Average Scaled Score

School

National

School

National

104.2

102.6

105.8

103.0

 

Percentage of children who achieved the expected standard and above in Reading, Writing and Mathematics

 

% achieving expected 

 (100+)

% achieving high

 (110+)

National

53

5

Occold

53

20

 

By subject:

Reading

National % at expected

Occold

National % at 110+

Occold % at 110+

66%

60%*

(following appeal)

19%

40%

Writing

National % at expected

Occold % at expected

National % at depth

Occold % at depth

74%

87%

15%

33%

Mathematics

National % at expected

Occold % at expected

National % at 110%

Occold % at 110+

70%

73.3%

17%

20%


Key Stage 2 Results 2015

Progress Data for End of Key Stage Tests 2015

 Subject % of children making expected progress since Key Stage 1
 (2 Levels since Year 2)
National average  % of children making more than expected progress since Key Stage 1
(3 Levels since Year 2)
 
National average 
 Reading100 91 5633
 Writing100 92 4333
 Mathematics 89 90 1134

Attainment Data for End of Key Stage Tests 2015

 Subject % of children achieving at least a Level 4National average  % of children achieving at least a 
Level 5
National average 
 Reading89894448
 Writing78874436
 Mathematics89872241

Please note that this is a small cohort of 9 in which each  child represents 11% of the total.

Link to DfE Performance Tables