Performance Data

End of Key Stage Assessments 2017-2018

During their time at St Chad's, all children will complete three statutory assessments:

  • Foundation Stage (end of Reception)
  • Phonics Screening Check (Year 1)
  • Key Stage 1 SATs (end of Year 2)
 
Our Foundation Stage Data
 
Percentage of children achieving a Good Level of Development (2018)   Percentage of children achieving a Good Level of Development (2017)  Percentage of children achieving a Good Level of Development nationally (2017)
 54%  44%  71%
 
Children achieve a 'Good Level of Development' if they are assessed at or above the 'Expected Standard' against all of the Early Learning Goals for Communication and Language, Physical Development, Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Literacy and Mathematics.
 
Our Phonics Screening Data
 
Percentage of children achieving the expected standard (2018)  Percentage of children achieving the expected standard (2017) 
Percentage of children achieving the expected standard nationally (2017) 
 71%  47%  81%
 
The phonics screening test is intended to identify children who may need extra help to improve their reading skills.
 
Our End of Key Stage 1 Data (SATs)
 
Reading:
Percentage of children achieving the expected standard (2018)  Percentage of children achieving the expected standard (2017) 
Percentage of children achieving the expected standard nationally (2017) 
 58%  64%  76%
 
Writing:
Percentage of children achieving the expected standard (2018)  Percentage of children achieving the expected standard (2017) 
Percentage of children achieving the expected standard nationally (2017) 
 50%  61%
 68%
 
Maths:
Percentage of children achieving the expected standard (2018)  Percentage of children achieving the expected standard (2017) 
Percentage of children achieving the expected standard nationally (2017) 
 58%  58%
 75%
Our School Data Explained

At St Chad's, we value and welcome all children and families, regardless of their background, ethnicity, nationality, faith or religion. This year, we have welcomed a significant number of children and families (particularly in our Reception and Year 2 classes), many of whom are new to the country and not yet fluent in English. Whilst it is very important that we compare ourselves to the ‘national picture’, we also celebrate our school’s context and wonderful uniqueness.

Due to our transient school community, we track a group of children called our ‘Forever St Chad’s’ children (these are children that started with us at the beginning of Reception and remained with us until the end of Year 2). When we look at this data, we are very close to the ‘national picture’ across the board.