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Buckland

Church of England Primary School

Small school, big hearts. Nurturing outstanding learning.

This page contains a link to our most recent OFSTED inspection report and our grading. Our report shows how the grading was reached and the overall OFSTED evaluation of our school.


This page also contains a link to the school and college performance tables service, where you are able to compare the academic results of all schools and colleges (see bottom of page).


On this page you will find our most recent key stage 2 assessment results, with details of the percentage of pupils who have achieved the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths; average progress in reading, writing and maths; an average ‘scaled score’ in reading and maths and a high level of attainment in reading, writing and maths.

These tables show our external data results for the 2017-18 academic year.

 

EYFS – Children are expected to achieve a Good Level of Development (GLD) at the end of the EYFS. 78% of our children achieved this. The national result was 71% and our school the previous year was 80%

 

Year 1 phonics93% met the expected national standard. The national result was 81% and our school in 2016-17 was 100%.

 

KS1 teacher assessments

Reading

(National expected 76%)

Writing

(National expected 68%)

Maths

(National expected 75%)

Working towards

13%

20%

13%

Expected +

87%

80%

87%

Greater depth

40%

27%

53%

 

KS2 Tests

Reading

Spelling, punctuation and grammar

Maths

Working towards

0%

0%

0%

Expected +

100%

100%

100%

Greater depth

67%

83%

50%

 

National meeting expected in reading, writing and maths combined = 61%

Buckland School = 100%

Buckland School Pupils at high standard in all areas = 42% (national 9%)

 

 

Reading

Spelling, punctuation and grammar

Maths

Average Scaled Score

112 (national average 104)

113 (national 106)

110 (national 104)

*Progress KS1-KS2 (2018 scores available October 2018)

Reading

2018 = 3.4

Writing (teacher assessement only)

2018 = 2.0

Maths

2018 = 2.2

 

*If every child made the progress expected of them, this score would be 0. Our progress for 2018 put us in the top 20% of schools nationally.

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