Our 2015-16 assessment results can be seen below.  For further information click on 'Schools Performance Tables' on the side bar and search for Silverstone CE Primary School

Early Years Foundation Stage

Achieving expected standard at the end of Foundation Stage 2

70% of the cohort achieved ‘Good Level of Development’, the expected standard for this age range.

Key Stage 1

Year 1 Phonics

Passed Year 1 phonics test

Achieved ‘Early Learning Goal’ in Reading in FS2 (2015)

Difference

89%

76%

+13%

 

Achieving expected standard at the end of Key Stage 1

 

2016 Attainment

2015

 

Subject

Working at Pre Key Stage

Working Towards expected standard

Working at expected standard or better

Working with a greater depth of understanding

Achieved Early Learning Goal in FS2

Difference between ELG and working at expected standard

Reading

6%

12%

82%

27%

76%

+6%

Writing

6%

27%

67%

24%

60%

+7%

Maths

6%

23%

71%

26%

66%

+5%

 

In addition to the above attainment, 100% of the Year 2 children who were required to retake the Year 1 phonics screening achieved the expected score and passed.

Key Stage 2

Achieving Expected standard at the end of Key Stage 2

 

School

National

Diff

Northants

Diff

Reading

86%

66%

+20%

62%

+24%

Writing

91%

74%

+17%

72%

+19%

SPAG

86%

72%

+14%

   

Maths

82%

70%

+12%

66%

+16%

Combined

73%

53%

+20%

49%

+24%

 

Chart1

Average Scaled Score

 

School

National

Difference

School Lowest

School Highest

Reading

107

103

+3.5

91

116

Writing

105

104

+1.0

97

120

Maths

105

103

+2.0

92

113

 

School Progress Measure

The progress measure compares our pupils with other pupils nationally who had a similar attainment level in KS1. For example the schools and national average scaled score are compared for all pupils who achieved a 2B at KS1 is compared. The difference is calculated to establish is our pupils are making the same progress at pupils nationally.

  • A score of 0 means pupils in this school on average do as well at KS2 as those nationally.
  • A positive score means pupils in this school on average do better at KS2 as those nationally.
  • A Negative score means pupils in this school on average do worse at KS2 as those nationally.

A negative score does not mean that pupils did not make progress, rather it means they made less progress than other pupils nationally with similar starting points.

 

Subject

School Progress Score

Reading

1.2

Writing

1.3

Maths

-0.5