Performance Overview

Locking Primary School are very proud of our children who took part in the KS1 and KS2 SATs in the summer of 2017 as well as the Year 1 children who took part in the Phonics screening. 
 
Below are our results. 
 
 

 

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Locking Primary School Performance

Year 6 May 2017

 
Writing School Attainment National Attainment School Progress
Male (24) 71% 70% -2.29
Female (20) 70% 83%  0.47
SEN (4)
    -6.24
FSM(9)  67  81  -0.59

11% of pupils achieved a greater depth compared to 18% nationally 

 

 Reading  School Attainment  National Attainment  School Progress
 Male (24)  54  71  -0.98
Female (20)  57  75  -1.70
SEN (4)  0  71 -0.72 
 FSM (9)  33  77  -3.05

13% of pupils achieved a higher standard compared to 25% nationally 

 

Maths School Attainment National Attainment School progress
Male (24) 67 75 -0.17
Female (20) 76 75 -1.42
SEN (4) 25 75 0.04
FSM (9) 56 80 -1.53

13% of pupils exceeded the expected standard compared to 23% nationally. 

Pupils progress should be 0 if in-line with national average and a positive number if more than expected progress. If the progress score is negative then pupils progress from KS1 tests is below that of pupil's nationally. 

 

KS2 - average scaled scores:
Reading:
School: 100.7
Local Authority: 104.4
National Average: 104.1
This means pupils at Locking scored overall in the tests lower than the LA and national. This does not measure progress, just attainment in the test.
 
Maths:
School: 101.5
Local Authority: 103.7
National average: 104.2
This means pupils at Locking scored overall in the tests lower than the LA and national. This does not measure progress, just attainment in the test.
 
 
Our school targets based on the test analysis from May 2017:
 
  • Those pupils who were middle or high achievers in reading in KS1, need to make more progress in KS2
  • Those pupils who have FSM's need to make accelerated progress in reading to be in-line with others
  • Boys need to achieve as well as girls in reading
  • Boys must make more from the end of Key Stage 1 to the end of key Stage 2 in writing
  • Those pupils whose prior attainment (in Key Stage 1) was low in writing must make more progress in KS2
  • Pupils who have FSM must close the gap between their percentage who reached expected compared to other pupils in writing
  • SEN pupils must make more progress in writing from the end of KS1 to the end of KS2.
  • More boys must achieve the expected standard in Maths
  • FSM must make more progress from KS1 to the end of KS2
 
Data can be very cohort specific and only measures pupil's progress in Reading, Writing and Maths under test conditions, this must be taken into account when making judgments.
 
Our children develop and are nurtured through many learning experiences and they learn how to be their own 'best' and recognise where they have skills that make them shine. In addition to this, they are well prepared for the next step in their educational journey.
  School Attainment for Expected Standard National Attainment for Expected Standard School Greater Depth Attainment National Greater Depth
KS1 Reading Attainment 76% 76% 33% 25%
KS1 Writing 68% 68% 22% 16%
KS1 Maths 69% 75% 20% 21%
KS1 Science 86% 83% NA NA
The end of KS1 data for the tests pupils took in May 2017.
 
 
This data shows we are in-line with national but we must ensure pupils who are expected in Maths is closer to the national average.
 

Our school targets based on the test analysis from May 2017

  •          Girls reading will be in line with boys
  •          Boys maths will be in-line with National (2017 – school – 69% and National 78%)
  •          Boys writing must be in line with girls ( 56% compared to 76%)
  •          Disadvantaged and FSM in Maths must be in-line with national (school 67% compared to 79% National)
 
 
Year 1 Phonics Screening 2017
 
83% passed the screening compared to 82% in North Somerset and 81% Nationally.
 
Combined Phonics Year 1 2016 and Year 2 2017
School: 97%
North Somerset: 95%
National: 92%