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Gorefield Primary School

School Data 2017

Key stage 2 (end of primary school) results 2017:

Our results for a cohort of 18 children were:

  • Average progress was in line with national expectations;
    • in reading this was -0.96, with a confidence interval between -3.83 and +1.92,
    • in writing this was +0.44, with a confidence interval between -2.35 and +3.24,
    • in maths this was -2.57, with a confidence interval between -5.16 and +0.03.

 

  • Average progress for 2016 our disadvantaged group was at least as good (2017 data is not yet available), at;
    • in reading this was -0.52, with a confidence interval of 8.67,
    • in writing this was +1.55, with a confidence interval of 8.76,
    • in maths this was +4.49, with a confidence interval of 7.39,
  • Average scaled scores were also in line;
    • in reading this was 104.7 compared to 104.1 nationally,
    • in maths this was 102.8 compared to 104.2 nationally.

 

  • The percentage of children reaching expected standards was;
    • 78%, against 71% nationally in reading,
    • 83% against 76% nationally in writing,
    • 83% against 75% nationally in maths,
    • And 78% against 61% nationally for all three subjects combined.

 

  • The percentage of children reaching a high level of attainment was:
    • 39%, against 25% nationally in reading,
    • 28% against 18% nationally in writing,
    • 17% against 23% nationally in maths,
    • And 17% against 9% nationally for all three subjects combined.

 

Small cohorts of children can make result appear to vary greatly year on year, sometimes higher and sometimes lower. The confidence intervals give some indication of the risk in reading our figures beyond a level of accuracy that is justified by the size of the data set. Nevertheless, we feel the data accurately represents the school.

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