Performance Data

Performance Data

By the end of Key Stage 2

Reading

In reading, 78% of children achieved the expected standard in July 2019.  This is above the national average of 73%. 34% of our children achieved greater depth compared to 27% nationally. Our progress measure in reading is above national, at 0.39.  The average score pupils achieved on the national test was 105.3, again above the national score of 104.4.

Writing

In writing, 82% of children achieved the expected standard in July 2019.  This is above the national average of 78%. 33% of our children achieved greater depth which is well above national. Our progress measure in writing is above national, at 0.77 compared to 0.03.

Mathematics

In mathematics, 75% of children achieved the expected standard in July 2019.  This is below the national average of 79%. 25% of our children achieved greater depth compared to 27% nationally. This is an improved performance on the previous year. Our progress measure in maths is below national, at -1.34.  The average score pupils achieved on the national test was 104.0.

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

In spelling, punctuation and grammar, 73% of pupils at Saltaire Primary achieved the expected standard – a huge improvement on the previous year.  35% of pupils achieved greater depth which also marks an improvement.  The average score pupils achieved on the national test was 104.8.

By the end of Key Stage 2, 68% of pupils have achieved the expected standard (EXS) in all of reading, writing and mathematics combined.  This is above the national average.  17% of pupils have achieved the high standard across all three subjects, which is above the national average.

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