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Year 6 Leavers (in Summer 2008) Monitoring.
The results of monitoring which was carried out in September 2008 are as follows:
Results are based on end of Key Stage SATs.
The data has been generated in school.
Average Point Scores
The groups progress across Key Stage 2 in reading was well above that which might have been expected and this represents very good progress from Key Stage 1. The group scored 32.1 points rather than the expected 27 which is 5.1 points (or 5 school terms ) above expectation.
The groups progress across Key Stage 2 in writing was above that which might have been expected based on the childrens performance at the end of Key Stage 1. They scored 27.9 points rather than the expected 26 which is 1.9 points (or 2 school terms) above expectation.
The groups progress across Key Stage 2 in maths was well above that which might have been expected based on their performance at the end of Key Stage 1. They scored an average of 29.9 points rather than the expected 27 which is 2.9 points (or 3 school terms) above expectation.
Value Added Scores (overall)
The groups combined Value Added Scores for reading, writing and maths was 101.6 which is well above the expected level of improvement over Key Stage 2.
The girls combined Value Added Scores for reading, writing and maths was 101.75 which is well above the expected level of improvement over Key Stage 2.
The boys combined Value Added Scores for reading, writing and maths was 101.5 which is well above the expected level of improvement over Key Stage 2.
The combined Value Added Scores for reading, writing and maths, for children on the Special Educational Needs (SEN) register, was 105 which is well above the expected level of improvement over Key Stage 2.
Value Added Scores (reading)
The groups Value Added Scores for reading was 105.1 which is well above the expected level of improvement over Key Stage 2.
Value Added Scores (writing)
The groups Value Added Scores for writing was 100.9 which is above the expected level of improvement over Key Stage 2.
Value Added Scores (maths)
The groups Value Added Scores for maths was 102.9 which is well above the expected level of improvement over Key Stage 2.
End of Key Stage 1 Monitoring.
The results of monitoring which was carried out in September 2008 are as follows:
Results are based on end of Key Stage 1 SAT Results.
The average point score for the end of Key Stage 1 is 15 (Level 2b).
Average Point Scores (overall)
The groups overall average point score for English, maths and science was 16.68 (Level 2a) which is above average for the end of Key Stage 1. This equates to a Value Added Score of 101.6 which is well above average.
The boys overall average point score for English, maths and science was 16.9 (Level 2a) which is above the average range for the end of Key Stage 1.
The girls overall average point score for English, maths and science was 16.5 (Level 2a) which is above average for the end of Key Stage 1.
Average Point Scores (reading)
The groups overall average point score for reading was 16.7 (Level 2a) which is above average for the end of Key Stage 1.
The boys overall average point score for reading was 16.8 (Level 2a) which is above average for the end of Key Stage 1.
The girls overall average point score for reading was 16.5 (Level 2a) which is above average for the end of Key Stage 1.
Average Point Scores (writing)
The groups overall average point score for writing was 16.42 which is above the average range for the end of Key Stage 1.
The boys overall average point score for writing was 16.4 which is above average for the end of Key Stage 1.
The girls overall average point score for writing was 16.45 which is above average for the end of Key Stage 1.
Average Point Scores (maths)
The groups overall average point score for maths was 16.9 which is above average for the end of Key Stage 1.
The boys overall average point score for maths was 17.4 which is well above average for the end of Key Stage 1.
The girls overall average point score for maths was 16.45 which is above average for the end of Key Stage 1.
Overall the results show that this group has made good progress across Key Stage 1 in the manor anticipated by the end of Foundation Stage Profile.
Expected progress through Key Stage 2 should show this group functioning either within or very close to the level 5 range.
There are no significant differences between boys and girls however boy are slightly outperforming girls by a single point (or one school term) in maths.
Only one child is currently on our SEN register.
Key Stage 2 Monitoring
The results of monitoring which was carried out in September 2008 are as follows:
Results are based on optional SATs.
The data has been generated in school.
Year 5 (Year 6 in 2008/09):
The groups combined Value Added Scores for reading, writing and maths was 99.8 which is in line with the expected level of improvement through Key Stage 2 to the end of Year 5.
Writing and maths Value Added Scores show progression in line with that to be expected, however reading (99.1) is below expectation.
The boys combined Value Added Scores for reading, writing and maths was 99.6 which is broadly in line with the expected level of improvement through Key Stage 2 to the end of Year 5.
The girls combined Value Added Scores for reading, writing and maths was 99.8 which is broadly in line with the expected level of improvement through Key Stage 2 to the end of Year 5.
Year 4 (Year 5 in 2008/09):
The groups combined Value Added Scores for reading, writing and maths was 99.7 which is broadly in line with the expected level of improvement through Key Stage 2 to the end of Year 4.
Writing and maths Value Added Scores are as expected. Reading (101.8) is well above expectation.
The boys combined Value Added Scores for reading, writing and maths was 99.8 which is broadly in line with the expected level of improvement through Key Stage 2 to the end of Year 4.
The girls combined Value Added Scores for reading, writing and maths was 99.4 which is slightly below the expected level of improvement through Key Stage 2 to the end of Year 4.
Year 3 (Year 4 in 2008/09):
The groups combined Value Added Scores for reading, writing and maths was 100.14 which is in line with the expected level of improvement through Key Stage 2 to the end of Year 3.
Reading (101.4) is above expectation. Writing (99.2) and maths (99.3) are below expectation.
The boys combined Value Added Scores for reading, writing and maths was 99.7 which is in line with the expected level of improvement through Key Stage 2 to the end of Year 3.
The girls combined Value Added Scores for reading, writing and maths was 100.9 which is above the expected level of improvement through Key Stage 2 to the end of Year 3.
The results of monitoring do not suggest that there are any serious issues within Key Stage 2 in the school.
Levels in reading are a little below expectation in the current Year 6 and this will be addressed through additional support and revision as a part of class work and SAT separation.
Writing and maths will need close monitoring as the concerned children progress through Year 4.
The Value Added Scores are not significantly below average and Year 3 SAT results are not always reliable. We need to form a view in relation to whether or not they are accurate.
Special Educational Needs (SEN) Monitoring.
The results of SEN monitoring which was carried out in September 2008 are as follows:
(Results are based on optional SATs)
Children on the register who were Year 6 leavers in Summer 2008:
(Based on 2 children)
The overall SEN Value Added Score was 105 which is well above the expected level of progress.
Children on the register who are in Year 6 in 2008/09:
(Based on 3 children)
The overall SEN Value Added Score was 98.3 which is well below the expected level of progress.
Children on the register who are in Year 5 in 2008/09:
(Based on 4 children)
The overall SEN Value Added Score was 100.2 which is in line with the expected level of progress.
Children on the register who are in Years 3 and 4 in 2008/09:
Only one child is on the register in each age range and on the basis of their SAT results progress in reading and writing is below that which might have been expected. Progress in maths is in line with expectation.
Notes:
Sample sizes are small and not statistically reliable.
Individual tracking and targeting is available for all children and this will be of greater use than the above averages.
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