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Exam and Assessment Results

2017 Data Overview

EYFS Data
In Nursery, on entry, we had 10/10 (ie 100%) working below age related expectation upon admission in Sept 17. At our spring intake, we had 4/5 children working below age related expectations upon entry. This means that 14/15 (93%) of children were below national expectations when they started at Whitehouse –
our baseline upon entry is very low.

60% have achieved a GLD in Prime Areas of the EYFS.
77% have achieved a GLD in Language and Communication.
65% achieved a GLD in Physical Development
69% achieved a GLD in PSED
68% achieved a GLD in Literacy
75% achieved a GLD in Maths
75% achieved a GLD in Understanding the World
73% achieved a GLD in Expressive Arts and design

This is a huge increase upon last years’ data and due to the relentless dedication of the staff involved.
National GLD = 71% 


Phonics

School= 52%
National = 81.2%
This represents a 33.7% drop since 2016.


KS1 data Summer 2017

Writing

 Number of children at expected or above, including ARP = 58%  Number of children at expected or above, excluding ARP = 64%

National = 68%

Pupils working at greater depth = 12.5% v
National = 15.6%

Reading

Number of children at expected or above, including ARP = 79% Number of children at expected or above, excluding ARP = 86%
Pupils working at greater depth = 50% National = 25.2% - a 33.9% rise

Maths

Number of children at expected or above, including ARP = 79%
Number of children at expected or above, excluding ARP = 87%
Pupils working at greater depth = 33.3% National = 20.5%
Combined for KS1 is 58.3%

National = 63.7% This is a 3.5% rise



KS2 data Summer 2017

Reading

Whitehouse = 88% National = 71.5%

Spelling, punctuation and grammar

Whitehouse = 94% National = 76.9%

Maths

Whitehouse = 76.5%

National = 74.9%

Writing

Whitehouse = 88% National = 76.4%

Combined

Whitehouse = 71% National = 61%

NB Progress at Whitehouse v National is:
Reading = +0.1
Writing = +2.2 (v strong)
Maths -1.5 (negative)

 

Attendance

Whitehouse = 95.9% (4.1%) National = 96.1% (3.9%)

 

Exam and Assessment Results 2015-16

In 2016 the Government changed the way it assessed pupil attainment and progress in Key Stages One and Two.  Rather than levels, pupils are assessed against a baseline score of 100 for each test.  
Whitehouse Primary School provides Alternative Resource Provision (ARP) for children with Moderate Learning Difficulties.  In 2015-16 5 pupils in Year 6 were in the ARP and are counted as part of the pupil cohort of 20 for national statistical purposes.  Figures in brackets are the emerging national figures.

Expected Standard Total Cohort Exc. ARP FSM6 Non-FSM
Reading 65%   (66%) 100%   (66%) 67%   (53%) 60%   (72%)
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar 55%   (72%) 73%   (72%) 53%   (60%) 60%   (77%)
Writing 50%   (70%) 75%   (70%) 47%   (67%) 60%   (79%)
Mathematics 60%   (70%) 93%   (70%) 60%   (57%) 60%   (75%)
Combined Score (R, W, &M) 50%   (53%) 80%   (53%) 47%   (39%) 60%   (60%)
         
Greater Depth Score >110        
Reading 25%   (19%) 33%   (19%)    
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar 15%   (23%) 20%   (23%)    
Writing 25%   (15%) 33%   (15%)    
Mathematics 10%   (17%) 14%   (17%)    
Combines Score (R, W & M) 5%  (5%) 7%   (5%)    

When ARP pupils are excluded the school has performed better than the emerging national average.

Average Scale Score Key Stage Two

Key Stage 2 Assessments 2015 Total Cohort Exc. ARP Emerging National
Reading 97 102 99.8
Mathematics 93.6 97.6 100.6



Key Stage One
Expected Standard Total Cohort FSM6 Non-FSM
Reading 58%   (74%) 53%   (62%) 67%   (77%)
Writing 65%   (66%) 58%   (52%) 75%   (69%)
Maths 68%   (73%) 63%   (59%) 75%   (76%)
Combined Score (R, W, &M) 55%   (60%) 47%   (46%) 67%   (64%)
       
Greater Depth Score >110      
Reading 16%   (19%) 11%   (13%) 25%   (26%)
Writing 16%   (15%) 5%      (7%) 25%   (15%)
Mathematics 10%   (17%) 11%   (10%) 25%   (20%)
Combines Score (R, W & M) 13%  (5%) 5%      (4%) 25%   (10%)


EYFS Phonics Results
Working at or above expected level:
 
School

National

All pupils 81% 80.5%
Year 1 86% 80.5%
Year 2 90% 88%
FSM6 89%