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Aldingbourne
Primary School

Learning to bee the best that we can bee!

Our Performance

Our end of Key Stage Assessments, which take place at the end of year 2 and the end of year 6, this year were a mixed bag of results. We were absolutely delighted with the Key Stage 2 test results but our end of KS 2 writing assessment was very disappointing. In Ks 1 the results were not as positive as we would have liked and we feel this is a direct result of the new curriculum and the rise in expectations for children of this age. Below we have identified the percentage of children who have met the national expectations for their age.

KEY STAGE ONE (Year 2)

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

Met Expected Standard

58%

26%

68%

Working at Greater Depth

36%

0%

32%

Just compare our results with national results and you will see how truly amazing they are!

The National Test Results for KS1 for 2016 were:
Met Expected Standard: Reading 74% Writing 65% Maths 73%
Working at Greater Depth: Reading 23% Writing 13% Maths 18%

KEY STAGE TWO (Year 6)

  Reading Maths Writing

GAPS

Met Expected Standard 76% 97% 43% 90%

The National Test Results for KS2 for 2016 were:

Met Expected Standard: Reading 65% Maths 69% Writing 74% GAPS 72%
 

% OF YR 6 CHILDREN WHO MADE EXPECTED PROGRESS IN...

Reading                43%
Writing 10%
Maths 70%

AVERAGE SCALED SCORES

Reading                103
Maths 106
GAPS 105

You can find more information about our school's performance by clicking on the link below....

SCHOOLS PERFORMANCE TABLES