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Key Assessment Information

Key Information for 2017 / 2018

Early Years Foundation Stage – 13 children 

  • 75% achieved a good level of development (GLD) ie at least ‘expected’ in all aspects of the prime areas as well as literacy and mathematics.  This is above Lancashire average (69.2%)

KS1 – 16 children

Reading

  • 75% Expected Standard +
  • 19% achieved Greater Depth Standard

Writing

  • 75% Expected Standard +
    19% achieved Greater Depth Standard

Mathematics

  • 75% Expected Standard +
  • 12.5% achieved Greater Depth Standard

KS2 – 9 children

Reading

  • 100% Expected Standard +
  • 0% achieved Higher Standard
  • Average Scaled Score 105
  • Progress 0.3 

Writing (Teacher Assessment – LA moderated)

  • 89% Expected Standard +
  • 22% achieved Higher Standard
  • Progress 2.4

Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation 

  • 89% Expected Standard +
  • 44% achieved Higher Standard
  • Average Scaled Score 107

Mathematics

  • 67% Expected Standard +
  • 11% achieved Higher Standard
  • Average Scaled Score 102
  • Progress -2.1

Key Information for 2016 / 2017

Early Years Foundation Stage – 13 children 

  • 84.6% achieved a good level of development (GLD) ie at least ‘expected’ in all aspects of the prime areas as well as literacy and mathematics.  This is above Lancashire average (69.2%).

KS1 – 10 children

Reading

  • 70% Expected Standard +
  • 20% achieved Greater Depth Standard

Writing

  • 70% Expected Standard +
    10% achieved Greater Depth Standard

Mathematics

  • 60% Expected Standard +
  • 20% achieved Greater Depth Standard

KS2 – 14 children

Reading

  • 57% Expected Standard +
  • 14% achieved Higher Standard
  • Average Scaled Score 100
  • Progress -4.0 (Not significantly different)

Writing (Teacher Assessment – LA moderated)

  • 79% Expected Standard +
  • 14% achieved Higher Standard
  • Progress 0.1 (Not significantly different)

Mathematics

  • 50% Expected Standard +
  • 7% achieved Higher Standard
  • Average Scaled Score 100
  • Progress -4.4 (Not significantly different)

Key Information for 2015 / 2016

There were 14 children in the cohort.  For additional information about this cohort, please click here to be directed to the Department for Education Performance Tables Website.