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2019 Outcomes Overview

In 2019 our children achieved the following outcomes in the key school years:

 

EYFS Outcomes

Last year our Reception children maintained our track record of high outcomes. The number of children achieving GLD (good level of development) compares favourably against national, county and local outcomes at 73% achieving GLD.

National Average 2018: 71.5%

 

Year 1 Phonics Screening 2019

Little Stanion Primary School: 81

National pass rate 2018 : 82%

 

Year 2 Results 2019

Percentage of Children achieving the expected level for the end of Key Stage 1.

  School 2019 National 2019
Reading 90% 75%
Writing 87% 69%
Maths 87% 76%
Children working at Greater Depth
  School 2019 National 2019
Reading GD 20% %
Writing GD 17% %
Maths GD 30% %

 

End of Year 6 results 2019

Percentage of children achieving at the expected level for the end of Key Stage 2.

                                        School 2019 National 2019 Average scaled scores School % of pupils achieving higher standard National % of pupils achieving higher standard
Reading  87% 73% 105 10% 28%
Writing 90%

78%

N/A 21% 20%
Spelling & Grammar 100% 78% 104 10% 34%
Maths  97% 79% 103 3% 24%
Reading, Writing and Maths combined 83% 65% N/A 3% 10%

Progress at Key Stage 2. 

A positive score means that children within the school generally do better than pupils nationally. 

A negative score means children generally do worse than children nationally.

  Average Progress 2018   
Reading  0.3  
Writing -0.4  
Maths  -1.5  

School Priorities 2018/19

At Little Stanion we are always looking to improve our school for our children, this is our constant motivation. This academic year our key priorities around pupil achievement are:

1. To decrease the gap between disadvantaged children and others.

2. To ensure more able children are challenged sufficiently in Maths.

3. To ensure attainment and progress in writing is in line or above national expectations across the school.

4. To raise the percentage of children achieving the expected standard in communication and language across the EYFS.  

 

Performance tables for Little Stanion Primary School can be found at:

http://www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=135283