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2015 Primary School Performance Tables

The 2015 Primary Performance Tables can be found here.

Achievement 2015 - KS2

KS2 2015 Achievements

Description of Round Hill Primary and the KS2 2015 Year 6 Cohort

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Introduction

This statistical report provides provisional information on the achievements of eligible pupils (typically 11 year olds) in the 2015 National Curriculum assessments at Key Stage 2 (KS2) for Round Hill Primary School. The report is based on the e-results data provided by the DfE to Local Authorities on the 7th July.

Description of Round Hill Primary School and the KS2 cohort

Round Hill Primary School is a larger than average primary school whose pupils come from an area with low levels of social disadvantage when compared to all primary schools in Nottinghamshire. There are more than average pupils from minority ethnic groups and more than average whose first language is not English. The proportion of pupils with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is below the Nottinghamshire average.

The school was last inspected by Ofsted in November 2012 and is a good school.

Teaching and learning is good, and leadership and management is good.

There were 58 pupils at the end of Key Stage 2. Of these, 12 (20.7%) were eligible for free school meals in the past 6 years; 17 (29.3%) were from Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) backgrounds and 7 (12.1%) have a learning difficulty and/or disability. No pupils at the end of KS2 had a statement of Special Educational Needs.

Key Points

Test Results

The percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 or above in the 2015 Key Stage 2 tests by subject are as follows:

·         Reading 96.6% (100% girls, 93.8% boys)

·         GPS 86.2% (92.3% girls, 81.3% boys)

·         Maths 91.4% (96.2% girls, 87.5% boys)

·         Reading, Writing & Maths 84.5% (92.3% girls, 78.1% boys)

Between 2015 and 2014 results show that there has been an increase of 5.4pp in Reading, an increase of 1.9pp in Writing, and an increase of 1.9pp in Maths.

The percentage of pupils achieving a good Level 4 (4B+) in the 2015 Key Stage 2 tests are as follows:

·         Reading 84.5% (88.5% girls, 81.3% boys)

This is greater than the LA cohort average of 79.7%.

·         GPS 79.3% (84.6% girls, 75% boys)

This is greater than the LA cohort average of 72.6%

·         Maths 81% (84.6% girls, 78.1% boys)

This is greater than the LA cohort average of 77.2%

·         Reading, Writing and Maths 74.1% (76.9% girls, 71.9% boys)

·         This is greater than the LA cohort average of 69%

The percentage of pupils achieving Level 5 or above in the 2015 Key Stage 2 tests by subject are as follows:

·         Reading 65.5% (73.1% girls, 59.4% boys)

·         GPS 58.6% (73.1% girls, 46.9% boys)

·         Maths 51.7% (46.2% girls, 56.3% boys)

·         Reading, Writing & Maths 34.5% (38.5% girls, 31.3% boys)

Between 2015 and 2014 results show that there has been an increase of 9.4pp in Reading, an increase of 7.9pp in Writing, and an increase of 20.1pp in Maths

Pupil Progress

The percentage of pupils making 2+ levels progress between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 are as follows:

·         Reading 96.5% (compared to the Nottinghamshire average of 90.6%)

(based on 98.3% coverage - 57 pupils out of 58 matched)

·         Writing 94.7% (compared to the Nottinghamshire average of 94.1%)

·         (based on 98.3% coverage - 57 pupils out of 58 matched)

·         Maths 93% (compared to the Nottinghamshire average of 89.7%)

(based on 98.3% coverage - 57 pupils out of 58 matched)

KS1 Prior Attainment

Pupils at the end of KS2 had an APS of 16.6 at KS1. This is greater than the LA cohort average of 15.4.

Below the expected level:

10.5 % of pupils entered KS2 below the expected level. This is less than the LA cohort average of 16.8 %.

At the expected level:

52.6 % of pupils entered KS2 at the expected level. This is less than the LA cohort average of 57.6 %.

Above the expected level:

% of pupils entered KS2 above the expected level. This is greater than the LA cohort average of 25.6 %.