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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.


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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.

 

At Buckland CE Primary School, we pride ourselves on the achievement of outstanding results:

 

2016 whole school performance data

EYFS – 75% GLD 12/16 (last year 73% / national 68%)

Year 1 phonics – 93% met the standard 1 (last year 100% / national 77%)

 

KS1 teacher assessments

Reading

Writing

Maths

SPG test result only

Expected +

100%

80%

93%

80%

Greater depth

40%

27%

33%

na

Working towards

0%

20%

7%

20%

 

 

KS2 teacher assessments

Reading

Writing

Maths

Expected +

100%

80%

90%

Greater depth

50%

40%

40%

Working towards

0%

20%

10%

 

KS2 tests

Reading

Average scale score Reading

SPG

Average scale score

SPG

Maths

Average scale score

Maths

At standard

100%

 

80%

 

90%

 

Not at standard

0%

110.7

(National 103)

20%

109.3

(National 104)

10%

108.9

(National 104)

 

National meeting expected in reading, writing and maths = 53%

School 80%

Progress scores – If every child made expected progress this score would be 0. All of our progress scores are higher, significantly in reading and maths (writing was teacher assessed).

Reading – 7.1

Maths – 5.3

Writing – 2.3

 

 

SAT results 2015

This was the last year we reported levelled test data. Our children dide extremely well in the national tests – both in terms of achievement and progress. The number of children achieving high levels was outstanding – as was the number making more than expected (3 levels) of progress between KS1 and KS2.

 

EYFS

73% of our children achieved a Good Level of Development (GLD) (60% national average)

 

Year 1

100% of our children achieved the required standard in phonics

 

KS1

 

16 in cohort Level 2+ Level 3+
  Nos % Nos %
Maths 16 100 10 63
Reading 16 100 9 56
Writing 16 94 6 38

 

KS2

Achievement

 

15 in cohort Level 4+ Level 5+ Level 6+
  Nos % Nos % Nos %
Maths 14 93 8 80 4 27
Reading 15 100 14 93 0 0
Writing  TA 15 100 7 74 4 27
SPG 15 100 9 100 6 40

 

Progress

 

15 in cohort Expected Progress(2 levels) More Than Expected Progress (3 levels)
  Nos % Nos %
Maths 14 93 11 73
Reading 15 100 7 47
Writing 15 100 9 60

 

EYFS

73% of our children achieved a Good Level of Development (GLD) (60% national average)

Year 1

100% of our children achieved the required standard in phonics

KS1

100% of children achieved level 2+ in reading and maths / 94% in writing

63% of children achieved level 3 in maths / 56% level 3 reading / 38% level 3 writing

KS2

100% children achieved level 4+ reading, spelling, punctuation and grammar / 93% maths

93% of children achieved level 5 reading / 80% maths / 100% spelling, punctuation and grammar

40% of children achieved level 6 Spelling, punctuation and grammar

 

Progress was outstanding

100% of pupils made expected progress in reading and writing / 93% in maths

73% made more than expected progress in maths / 47% in reading and 60% in writing

 

 

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