New Marston Primary School: Summary of Pupil Outcomes 2016 and 2017

Key Stage 2 Outcomes 2016 and 2017

Subject
School % at Expected Standard
School % at Expected Standard
School % at Higher Standard
School % at Higher Standard
2016 2017 2016 2017
Reading 52% 51% 6% 25%
Writing 15% 31% 0% 18%
GPS 60% 59% 0% 31%
Maths 54% 59% 6% 23%
Combined RWM 15% 31% 8% 9%

 

Subject
School Average Scaled Score 2017
School Average Scaled Score 2017
Reading 100.3 98.9
GPS 100.1 102.3
Maths 100.8 101.2
Expected Standard at the end of Key Stage 2 is a scaled score of 100

Progress:

Subject
*Progress Measure 2016
*Progress Measure 2017
*The school progress measure is calculated by comparing the attainment of pupils at the end of Year 6 compared with the end of Year 2. A score of ‘0’ means pupils in the school on average do as well as schools nationally.  A positive score means they do better than pupils nationally.

In 2017, writing was internally marked, Maths and Reading marked by external markers.

Reading -3.2 (well below average) -1.29  (within average)
Writing -13.5 (well below average) -9.82 (below average)
Maths -2.4 (below average) -0.09 (within average)

Key Stage 1:

Subject
School % at Expected Standard 2016
School % at Expected Standard 2017
School % at Higher Standard 2016
School % at Higher Standard 2017
Reading 46% 61% 29% 29%
Writing 48% 48% 6% 14%
Maths 52% 54% 17% 14%
Combined RWM 32% 45% 6% 14%

 

Phonics Screening
School % at Expected Standard 2016
School % at Expected Standard 2017
Year 1 83% 50%
Year 2 96% 80%

 

End of Early Years Foundation Stage 2017:

School % achieving a Good Level of Development in 2016
School % achieving a Good Level of Development in 2017
44% 45%

 

From the 1st February 2017, New Marston Primary School converted to an academy under the River Learning Trust. The Key Stage 2 results from the previous school can be found below.

ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016

The percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics 13%
Average progress in reading between KS1 and KS2 -3.20
Average progress in writing between KS1 and KS2 -13.50
Average progress in mathematics between KS1 and KS2 -2.40
Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in reading, writing and mathematics 0
Average score in the reading test 100
Average score in the maths test 101

 

You can also view the official Department of Education results and performance table for the previous school here.