St Christopher’s Catholic Primary School
Key Stage 2 Attainment Results for 2018
At St Christopher’s we are very proud of the progress and the results of our children. Our curriculum is designed to meet the needs of all our children and to encourage perseverance and challenge. Our results are achieved through partnership – the hard work of our children, the dedication of our staff and the support of our parents.
These results can be compared with our 2016 and 2017 results. However, due to national changes in the curriculum, and the way in which pupils are tested, comparisons cannot be made with previous results. The target for all our children is to reach the expected level for their age. The Scaled Score is the average that our pupils scored in the testing. A score of 100 demonstrates that a child is working at the age related expectations. Results in brackets are the National Average.
|Subject||At expected or above||Achieving significantly higher||Scaled Score|
|Reading||74% (75%)||13% (28%)||104 (105)|
|Writing Teacher Assessed||94% (79%)||13% (20%)|
|Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar||74% (78%)||23% (34%)||105 (106)|
|Maths||71% (76%)||23% (24%)||103 (104)|
|Reading, Writing and Maths Overall||61% (64%)||3% (10%)|
Key Stage 2 Progress Results for 2017
Progress is measured from the end of Key Stage 1 for the end of primary school. Pupils’ Key Stage 2 results are compared to the achievements of other pupils nationally. A measure of zero indicates that the progress of that school is close to the average national progress. A score above zero means that the school’s progress is better than the national average.
Progress from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 at St Christopher’s
|Subject||Average Progress Measure|
Click the link for the DFE School Performance Tables for St Christopher’s.