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Pupil achievement

How much progress do children make at Dunbury?

 

We measure progress through tracking points. Each year consists of 3 tracking points. There is some variability with small cohorts and with some pupils joining or leaving the school mid-year. This particularly affected the performance measures for the Y6 cohort in 2017. On average children Last year, on average, children achieved 3.2 points in Reading, 3.2 points in Writing and 3.1 points in Maths.

 

Progress has resulted in increasing numbers of children now achieving Age Related Expectations (ARE). At the end of the academic year 2017-18, across the school, the percentage of children at ARE were: 79% in Reading, 67% in Writing and 75% in Maths.

 

2018 EYFS Good Level of Development (achieving all 17 Early Learning Goals)

 

73% of pupils achieved GLD.

 

 

ALL

BOYS

GIRLS

SEND

non-SEND

FSM

non-FSM

EAL

non-EAL

No. of pupils

11

6

5

0

11

0

11

0

11

%

73

67

83

N/A

73

N/A

73

N/A

73

 

2018 Phonics screening check results

 

Proportion of Year 1 pupils achieving the expected standard

Proportion of Year 2 pupils achieving the expected standard

Phonics

73%

100%

 

* The expected standard in 2018 was set at 32 out of 40 words.

 

2018 KS1 assessment results

 

Proportion of pupils achieving the expected standard

Proportion of pupils achieving a higher standard

Reading

80%

27%

Writing

67%

13%

Maths

80%

20%

 

2018 KS2 exam and assessment results

 

Proportion of pupils achieving the expected standard

Proportion of pupils achieving a higher standard

Reading

65%

24%

Writing

76%

29%

Maths

47%

12%

R+W+M combined

47%

12%

 

 

Average progress made between KS1 and KS2

Reading

-4.8

Writing

-0.6

Maths

-5.1

 

 

Average test score

Reading

101.5

Maths

100.2


 

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