Weeke Primary School

Irresistible learning at the heart of the community

Progress and Attainment

You can see Weeke Primary School's entry in the Department of Education school and college performance tables website by clicking here.

EARLY YEARS

During Reception children are assessed against the ‘Early Learning Goals’ as a continuation from on-going assessments in pre-School. By the time they left Reception in 2017, 83% achieved a "Good Level of Development" (compared to a national average tbc). This figure was 76% in 2016 and 81% in 2015.

YEAR 1 PHONICS SCREENING

National screening takes place in Year 1 and 92% of our pupils passed the assessment (compared to 81% nationally). This figure was 95% in 2016 and 83% in 2015. Any child who has not met the standard is routinely supported and then re assessed in Year 2.

KEY STAGE 1 ASSESSMENTS

In 2017, outcomes of Teacher Assessments for Key Stage 1 pupils at Weeke Primary School were as follows:

2017 Key Stage 1 Outcomes
Subject% Meeting Expected Standard or Higher
Weeke (%)National (%)
Reading8676
Writing8568
Maths8675
Combined8364

KEY STAGE 2 ASSESSMENTS

In May all Y6 pupils complete end of Key Stage 2 tests. The results of these test are used to measure the individual progress a pupil has made in their time at primary school. Children are assessed in maths, reading and grammar and punctuation & spelling. Writing is assessed using teacher assessment of pupils’ writing over a number of pieces of work, measured against a list of statements. The table below shows the percentage of children achieving the expected standard and the percentage achieving a ‘high’ level of attainment. A pupil awarded a scaled score of 100 or more has met the expected standard in each test.

Progress Measures are based around a scale where a score of 0 would equate to an ‘expected’ rate of progress. A score above 0 means that the child has made more progress than other children nationally with the same Key Stage 1 average points score. The pupils’ individual scores are combined for a school score.

For more information on understanding school assessment at the end of Key Stage 2, please click here.

KS2 SATs Results

2017 Key Stage 2 Outcomes (end of Primary School)
  % achieving expected standard % achieving a ‘high’ level of attainment Average scaled score Average progress score
Subject Weeke (%) National (%) Weeke (%) National (%) Weeke National  
Reading 88 71 50 24 109.5 104.1 +2.39
Writing 90 76 32 18 +0.64
EGSP* 90 77 43 31
Maths 88 75 45 23 106.5 104.2 -0.31
Combined 83 61 18 9

*English Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation

EARLY YEARS

During Reception children are assessed against the ‘Early Learning Goals’ as a continuation from on-going assessments in pre-School. By the time they left Reception in 2016 76% achieved a "Good Level of Development" compared to a national average of 66%.

YEAR 1 PHONICS SCREENING

National screening takes place in Year 1 and 95% of our pupils passed the assessment (compared to 81% nationally). Any child who has not met the standard is routinely supported and then re assessed in Year 2. This great achievement puts us in the top 8% of schools nationally (please click here to see a congratulatory letter from Nick Gibb MP).

KEY STAGE 1 ASSESSMENTS

In 2016, outcomes of Teacher Assessments for Key Stage 1 pupils at Weeke Primary School were as follows:

Subject% Meeting Expected Standard or Higher
Weeke (%)National (%)
Reading8574
Writing8065
Maths8173

KEY STAGE 2 ASSESSMENTS

In May all Y6 pupils complete end of Key Stage 2 tests. The results of these test are used to measure the individual progress a pupil has made in their time at primary school. In 2016, there were new Key Stage 2 tests in maths, reading and grammar, punctuation & spelling. Writing was not assessed in a test, but as a teacher assessment of pupils’ writing over a number of pieces of work, measured against a list of statements. Tests did not use levels but assessed pupils against a new national standard, reflecting changes to the National Curriculum.

The table below shows the percentage of children achieving the expected standard and the percentage achieving a ‘high’ level of attainment. A pupil awarded a scaled score of 100 or more has met the expected standard in each test.

Progress Measures are based around a scale where a score of 0 would equate to an ‘expected’ rate of progress. A score above 0 means that the child has made more progress than other children nationally with the same Key Stage 1 average points score. The pupils’ individual scores are combined for a school score.

For more information on understanding school assessment at the end of Key Stage 2, please click here.

2016 Key Stage 2 Outcomes (end of Primary School)
  % achieving expected standard % achieving a ‘high’ level of attainment Average scaled score Average progress score
Subject Weeke (%) National (%) Weeke (%) National (%) Weeke National  
Reading 90 66 53 19 108 103 3.5
Maths 83 70 31 17 106 103 0.3
Writing 85 74 12 15     -1.2
Combined 80 53 7 5 n/a   n/a

EARLY YEARS

During Reception children are assessed against the ‘Early Learning Goals’ as a continuation from on-going assessments in pre-School. By the time they left Reception in 2014 80% achieved a "Good Level of Development" against a national average of 60% and 67% in Hampshire.

YEAR 1 PHONICS SCREENING

National screening takes place in Year 1 and 86% of our pupils passed the assessment (compared to 69% nationally). Any child who has not met the standard is routinely supported and then re assessed in Year 2.

KEY STAGE 1

Level 2b is the expected level to achieve nationally at the end of Key Stage 1 (i.e. Year 2).

LEVEL 2B+ 2015SCHOOLNATIONAL
READING93%82%
WRITING84%72%
MATHS93%82%
LEVEL 3+ 2015SCHOOLNATIONAL
READING47%32%
WRITING28%18%
MATHS42%26%

KEY STAGE 2

Level 4 is the expected level to achieve nationally at the end of Key Stage 2 (i.e. Year 6).

LEVEL 4+ 2015SCHOOLNATIONAL
READING98%89%
WRITING91%87%
SPELLING & GRAMMAR86%80%
MATHS98%87%
LEVEL 5+ 2015SCHOOLNATIONAL
READING74%48%
WRITING33%36%
SPELLING & GRAMMAR65%55%
MATHS60%41%
LEVEL 6+ 2015SCHOOLNATIONAL
READING2%0%
WRITING5%2%
SPELLING & GRAMMAR5%4%
MATHS23%9%