School Performance

 

Below is a summary of all our 2018 results:

EYFS

The percentage of pupils achieving a ‘good level of development’ (at least ‘expected’ attainment in Reading, Writing and Maths) in 2018 was 88% compared with the 2017 national figure of 71%.

Year 1 phonics screening

In 2018, the percentage of children passing the phonics screening was 95% compared with the 2017 national figure of 81%.

Key Stage 1

The table below shows the percentages of pupils achieving the ‘Expected Standard’ (in relation to DfE assessment guidelines and based on teacher assessment judgements) compared with National and Cheshire East figures:

% Pupil reaching the ‘Expected Standard’

Subject

School Cheshire

East

National

(2017)

Reading

93% TBC

76%

Writing

81%

TBC

68%

Maths

86%

TBC

75%

 

Key Stage 2

The table below shows the percentages of pupils achieving the ‘Expected Standard’ (based on Key Stage 2 SATs for Reading, SPaG and Maths and Teacher Assessment in Writing) compared with National and Cheshire East figures:

Subject

School Cheshire

East

National

Reading

93%

83%

75%

Writing

93%

76%

78%

Maths

93%

80%

76%

Combined R/W/M

90%

TBC

64%

SPaG

95%

TBC

78%

 

Percentages of pupils achieving the ‘Higher Standard’ in each subject (a scaled score of 110 or more in Reading, SPaG and Maths and teacher assessed in Writing) were as follows:

Pupils attaining ‘High Standard’

Subject

SATs results

(scaled score of 110+)

National

(2017)

Reading

55% 25%

Writing

26%

18%

Maths 67%

23%

SPaG 66%

31%

 

As well as being judged in relation to the ‘Expected Standard’, all pupils received a ‘Scaled Score’ for Reading, SPaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar) and Maths (the Expected Standard being represented by the number 100). The table below shows the school’s average figures compared with those of pupils nationally:

Average Scaled Score

  Subject

  Gorsey

  National

Reading

110 105
Maths 111

104

SPaG 111

106

 

Progress across Key Stage 2

Progress over Key Stage 2 (Years 3-6) is now measured by comparing children’s Key Stage 1 teacher assessment figures with their Key Stage 2 SATs scores (or Teacher Assessments in Writing) with a score of ‘0’ representing expected progress (based on similar pupils nationally) and anything above this showing more the expected progress. These figures are released as part of the validated results released in the Autumn Term.

Subject

Average progress

score

Reading

TBC
Writing

TBC

Maths

TBC

 

You can view our data from last year as well as the national comparison figures by visiting the Department for Education School Performance Tables website.