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LORDSHIP LANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

A Love of Learning and the Perseverance to Succeed (LLPS)

Pupil Attainment

I want to take this opportunity to update our community with information regarding our test results this year.

 

The tests that Year 6 sat are externally marked and then compared nationally for school league tables and pupil performance. Year 2 also sat new, nationally developed tests this year.

This year the SATS were rewritten in order to test the National Curriculum which came into force in September 2014. This new national curriculum has been devised to drive up standards. We have been instructed to tell Year 6 that they have either ‘met standards’ or ‘not met standards’. 

 

The Department of Education have released headline information for this year.

 

  • Nationally 53% of children were judged to have ‘met the standard’ in Reading, Writing and Maths.
  • 66% of children, nationally, reached the expected standard in reading.
  • 72% of children achieved the expected standard in spelling, grammar and punctuation
  • 70% of children achieved the expected standard in mathematics.

 

We are really proud of our 2016 cohort of children.  We wish to congratulate them on all the hard work they put into their studies this year.  Our children have an excellent start to their school life and are able to successfully make progress throughout their time with us at Lordship Lane!

 

RECEPTION -  Good Level of Development (GLD)

PHONICS – Year 1

 

 

LLPS

National

2015

60%

69%

2016

73%

69%

 

  • The school’s results have improved this year
  • This year LLPS is above the national average

 

LLPS

National

2015

70%

77%

2016

82%

81%

 

  • Improvement on last year
  • 2016 shows results to be above the national average

KEY STAGE 1 (YEAR 2 SATs)

KEY STAGE 2 (YEAR 6 SATs)

Working at or above the expected level

 

 

LLPS

National

Reading

79%

74%

Writing

71%

66%

Maths

81%

73%

Combined

 

60%

  • Children in KS1 achieved higher than the national average in all three areas

Working at or above the expected level

 

 

LLPS

National

Reading

30.1%

66%

Writing

83%

73%

Maths

49.4%

70%

Grammar

57%

72%

Combined

24%

54%

  • Children achieved above the National Standard for writing

Progress

Reading

Writing

Maths

LLPS

-2.1

7.9

-0.4

Floor Standard

-5.0

-7.0

-5.0

 

 

 

 

 

  • LLPS achieved above the floor standard for progress in all three areas

 

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