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End of Reception; % of children achieving a Good Level of Development 2018

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Reading

National

49

71

72

End of Year 1; % children achieving the expected standard in Phonics Test 2018

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Reading

National

73

83

83

End of Year 2; % achieving the expected standard in Key Stage 1 SATs  2018

 

Christ the King

Reading

National

Reading

60

75

75

Writing

60

68

70

Maths

60

76

76

End of Year 6; %  achieving the expected standard in Key Stage 2 SATs  2018

 

Christ the King

Reading

National

Reading

64

72

75

Writing

68

73

78

Spelling and Grammar

66

76

78

Maths

64

70

76

End of Year 6; % of children achieving the higher standard in Key Stage 2 SATs

 

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Reading

National

Reading

16

23

25

Writing

9

18

18

Spelling and Grammar

16

33

31

Maths

12

25

23

Average Scaled Scores and Progress Measures at the end of Key Stage 2  2018

 

Average scaled score

Average Progress Measure

Reading

103.1

-2.4

Writing

99.5

-2

Maths

101.5

-2.4

We are extremely proud of the achievement of all our children, and proud that we are a very inclusive school.  In May 2018 we had 44 children in Year 6.  Of these, 4 (9%) had Education and Health Care Plans (EHCPs) recognising that they have significant special educational needs.  The average for schools in Reading and in England as a whole is 1.4% children with EHCPs: many schools do not have a single child with an EHCP.  These are all wonderful children, who enrich our school community in very many ways, but having six times the average number of children with significant special needs in Year 6 obviously affects our results.  Removing these children from the statistics gives the proportion of our children who achieved the national benchmark as Reading: 70%; Writing 75%; Maths 68%.

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