Statutory Information

End of Key Stage Results

Our Results

Every year children and staff work hard to achieve the best they can in all areas of the curriculum. We are very proud of our great results.

 

End of EYFS (Reception) results

At the end of EYFS (Reception) children are assessed against the Early Learning Goals (ELG) in a number of areas across the curriculum. Children who achieve the ELG in all 12 areas are assessed as having a achieved Good Level of Development (GLD).

% Achieving GLD 2012-13  2013-14  2015-15  2015-16  2016-17 
St. John's School63%77%73%77%75%
National achieving52%60%66%69%71%

Year 1 Phonics Screener

All Year 1 children’s understanding and use of phonics is assessed at the end of the year.

% Working at expected level  2012    2013    2014    2015    2016    2017  
St. John's School62%79%90%89%100%87%
National level58%69%74%77%81%81%

Phonics Screening Re-Takes (Cumulative Year 1 & 2)

% Retakes at expected level  2013    2014    2015    2016    2017  
St. John's School52%88%100%100%100%
National   91%92%

 

End of Key Stage One Results 2017

KS1 attainment is based on teacher assessment Reading, Writing and Maths.

 

% Children working at expected standard

 (Teacher Assessment)

% Children working at greater depth

(Teacher Assessment)

ReadingWritingMathsReadingWritingMaths
St. John’s90%80%87%47%33%43%
National76%68%75%11%16%21%

End of Key Stage Two Results 2017

KS2 attainment is based on children’s outcomes in SATs tests for Reading, Maths, GPS and Teacher Assessment for Writing

 

% Children working at expected standard (100+ scaled score)

ReadingWriting (TA)MathsReading, Writing and Maths combinedGPS
St. Johns82%95%93%79%88%
National71%76%75%61%77%
difference+11%+19%+18%+18%+11%

 

% Children achieving a High standard        (110+ scaled score)

 ReadingWriting (TA)MathsReading, Writing and Maths combinedGPS
St. Johns36%32%38%18%39%
National25%18%23%9%31%
difference+11%+14%+15%+9%+8%

Average Scaled Scores

The expected standard for children to achieve in the KS2 assessments is a scaled score of 100. In 2016 the average scaled score for children at St. John’s was above the expected standard and above the national average.

 ReadingGPSMaths
St. John’s106108108
National104106104

EProgress Measure

The DfE measured the progress children made from their end of KS1 assessments to the end of KS2

‘DfE Progress scores will be centred around 0, with most schools within the range of -5 to +5’.

  • A score of 0 means pupils in this school on average do about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.
  • A positive score means pupils in this school on average do better at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.
  • A negative score means pupils in this school on average do worse at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.

St. John’s Average KS2 Progress

 ReadingWritingMaths
St John’s Average Progress1.83.12.9
DfE ‘Sufficient progress’-5-7-5

View Performance Tables here

Pupil Premium

As part of the way in which the Government funds schools, there is an allocation of money called “The Pupil Premium”. Pupil Premium is additional funding, provided to schools to support specific groups of children who may be in danger of under-attaining. There are three categories of children who qualify for Pupil Premium Funding:

  • Children who have been eligible for free school meals within the last six years;
  •  Looked After Children;
  • Armed Forces Children

There is no set guidance on the way in which this funding should be allocated. It is up to individual schools to determine their own priorities and decide how the Pupil Premium is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made. The government requires schools to publish online information about how they have used the Premium.

Please click on the following documents to view further information:

 

Impact of Pupil Premium Funding 2016/2017

Pupil Premium Spending Plan 2017-2018

Sports Funding

The PE and sport premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils. It is designed to help schools increase children’s participation in sport activities.

 

Click below to see a comparison of sports participation across the school which demonstrates how we have significantly increased children's participation in sport activities.

Sports Participation Comparison Spreadsheet

 

Click below to see our PE funding statement:

PE Funding Statement 2016/2017

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