Performance Data

Performance Data

By the end of Key Stage 2

Reading

In reading, 73% of children achieved the expected standard in July 2018.  This is slightly below the national average. 25% of our children achieved greater depth. Our progress measure in reading is below national, at -0.76.  The average score pupils achieved on the national test was 104.7.

In July 2019, 77% of children achieved the expected standard in reading which is above the national average. 33% achieved greater depth which is also likely to be above the national average.

Writing

In writing, 80% of children achieved the expected standard in July 2018.  This is broadly in line with the national average. 22% of our children achieved greater depth which is slightly above national. Our progress measure in writing is slightly below national, at -0.21.

In July 2019, 82% of children achieved the expected standard, which is above the national average. 33% of children achieved greater depth which again, is likely to be well above the national average.

Mathematics

In mathematics, 72% of children achieved the expected standard in July 2018.  This is below the national average. 22% of our children achieved greater depth. Our progress measure in maths is below national, at -1.18.  The average score pupils achieved on the national test was 103.5.

In July 2019, 79% of children achieved the expected standard in maths which is below the national average. 25% achieved greater depth which is likely to be in line with the national average.

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

In spelling, punctuation and grammar, 58% of pupils at Saltaire Primary achieved the expected standard.  This is below the national average. 20% of pupils achieved greater depth which is also below the national average.  The average score pupils achieved on the national test was 102.7.

In July 2019, 73% of children achieved the expected standard in GPS which is below the national average. 35% achieved greater depth which is likely to be in line with the national average.

By the end of Key Stage 2, 55% of pupils have achieved the expected standard (EXS) in all of reading, writing and mathematics combined.  This is below the national average.  13% of pupils have achieved the high standard across all three subjects, which is above the national average.

In July 2019, 68% of children achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and maths. This is likely to be above the national average and represents a significant improvement on the previous year.

Click here to look at the school comparison tool for 2018 on the government website.