- Key Information
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- Statutory Information
Year 1 phonics 2016
|KEY STAGE 1|
|Expected progress & above||40%||60%||40%|
|KEY STAGE 2|
|Reading, Writing & Maths||Reading||Writing||EGPS||Maths||Science|
|Expected progress & above||67%||100%||83.7%||83%||83.7%||100%|
Expected scale score is 100
Expected progress is 0 with acceptable range of +5 to -5
|% of children attaining level 2+||100%||100%||90%|
|% of children attaining level 2b+||80%||70%||70%|
|% of children attaining level 3+||30%||20%||10%|
|% of children attaining Level 4||100%||93%||100%||100%|
|% of children attaining Level 5||86%||29%||86%||57%|
|% of children attaining Level 5+||7%||14%||21%|
|% of children achieving Level 4||100%|
|% of children achieving Level 5||13%|
|% of children achieving Level 5+||43%|
Schools are required to set annual targets for end of key stage assessments. These are agreed with our local authority inspectorate. As a school we set challenging Whole School Curricular Targets for our pupils, these are reviewed and set termly and are directly linked to pupil assessment data.
The method of assessment for the foundation stage, called The Foundation Stage Profile is now well established at the school. The children are assessed regularly throughout their Reception year. The learning objectives are based on the early learning goals from the six areas of learning in the foundation stage; Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Communication, Language and Literacy, Mathematical Development, Knowledge and Understanding of the World, Physical Development and Creative Development. Assessments are made by the class teacher and teaching assistants through observation, practical work, written work and one-to-one assessments. Parents and carers play an important role in contributing to this process.
As a school we currently use APP (Assessment of Pupil Progress) to assess pupil progress in the core subjects and a ‘Traffic Light’ system of pupil self-assessment alongside teacher assessment. At the end of year 2 and year 6, all children are assessed using standard assessment tests (SATS). In years 2, 3, 4 and 5, we undertake formal and informal to ensure the children are working to the best of their abilities. Through observation and other methods, staff are able to assess and track an individual pupil’s progress. All these assessments are shared with parents and carers.
REPORTING TO PARENTS
Parents and carers are welcome to come into school to discuss matters relating to their children or the life of the school. If possible, an appointment should be made but in the event of an emergency please do not hesitate to contact the school office.
Written reports are issued towards the end of each term to ensure parents are fully informed of their child’s progress and targets throughout the school year. Parents are also invited to attend Parents Evenings twice a year to discuss progress and targets.