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Key Stage Two Results 2019

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End of KS2 Assessment Data

(Our provisional KS2 data removes two newly arrived pupils, who may be removed from published data, but includes the data for two children with EHCPs. The national comparisons are also taken from the first publication of results. This may be amended in future publications.)

Abbotsbury Attainment

At the expected standard is at least in line with schools nationally in all areas.

A greater proportion of our pupils achieved at the higher level in both Maths and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling.

 

KS2 Attainment Summary 2023

Please note that all of these figures are provisional and have not yet been validated. Our KS2 expected standard data removes data relating to newly arrived EAL pupils, whose results will be removed from the official data when it is released. These figures do, however, include the data for children with EHCPs and other Special Educational Needs, who will not be removed from the final published data.

 Subject

Abbotsbury 2023 - at or above expected standard

National 2023 - at or above expected standard

Abbotsbury

2023

PP

At or above

NFER National 2023

PP At or above

Abbotsbury 2023 -  above expected standard

National 2023

 above expected standard

Abbotsbury Average Scaled Score

National Average Scaled Score

Reading

60.7%

72.6%

52%

60.4%

28.3%

29%

103.7

105

Writing

64.3%

71.5%

56%

58.5%

5%

13.3%

N/A

N/A

Maths

73.2%

72.9%

68%

59.2%

31.7%

23.8%

105.4

104

GPS

73%

72%

65.3%

N/A

30%

30%

106.2

104.9

Combined (R,W,M)

47.4%

59.4%

36%

44.4%

3.3%

8%

N/A

N/A

Progress

Progress data is calculated nationally.

The national average for progress is shown as 0.

Reading progress Score  = 1.23

Writing Progress Score   = – 0.03

Maths Progress score      = 1.16

 

Points to note:

  • Our average scaled score for Maths is above the national figure, as is the percentage of pupils attaining above the expected standard.
  • Our average scaled score for Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling is above national levels.
  • Our standards for Reading and Writing remain below national figures. However, our Writing scores have improved from 49% in 2022 to 64.3%, in 2023, and the percentage of our pupils reaching the higher standard (above the expected standard) has increased in both Reading and Writing. (In 2022, 15% of our pupils reached the higher standard in Reading (now 28.3%) and 0% of pupils in Writing (now 5%).)

Scaled scores for Reading have improved by 0.5 from 2022 and the average progress score for Writing has improved by 2.35 points.

  • Official progress measures are not yet available but indicative data has been released by NFER. These show an improving pattern for Reading and Writing.

Progress in Maths continues to be strong and above national rates.

It should be remembered that during the KS2 period, for which progress measures are taken, there were two years of interrupted schooling due to the pandemic. Many of our pupils found it more difficult to learn remotely, particularly in Reading and Writing.  Pupils reported that it was difficult to write without the usual classroom discussion and support and they found it challenging to write at length upon return to school. Teachers reported that the children also needed extra support with handwriting and letter formation, as well as sustaining concentration, after the prolonged periods of online learning.

 

Link to DfE School Performance Tables