2015/2016

Assessment Figures

End of EYFS 2015/2016

At the end of their Reception year, in June 2016, 64% of pupils reached a 'Good Level Of Development' and 53% of pupil achieved their Early learning Goal in all areas of learning.

National Phonics Screening

The National Phonics Screening at the end of Year 1 tests a child?s ability to read and decode a range of words and sounds. The test had 40 words and children had to correctly read at least 32 of them to achieve the required standard.

In June 2016:

79% of Year 1 children reached the expected standard.

93% of year 2 children reached the expected standard.

Key Stage 1 2015/2016

In May 2016, Year 2 children sat the new, formal Key Stage 1 SATs tests.

85% of pupils reached the expected standard in Reading.

12% of pupils achieved at a higher standard.

75% of pupils reached the expected standard in Reading.

10% of pupils achieved at a higher standard.

85% of pupils reached the expected standard in Maths.

15% of pupils achieved at a higher standard.


Key Stage 2 2015/2016

At the end of the 2015-16 academic year, children in Year 6 achieved the following results in their End Of Key Stage 2 SATs:

  • 82% of children reached the expected standard in Reading whilst 18% reached a higher standard.
  • In the Reading test, the average scaled score of Year 6 pupils at The Ferns was 104. A score of 100 represented the expected standard.
  • 89% of children reached the expected standard in Maths whilst 22% reached a higher standard.
  • In the Maths tests, the average scaled score of Year 6 pupils at The Ferns was 106. A score of 100 represented the expected standard.
  • 87% of children reached the expected standard in Writing whilst 33% reached a higher standard.
  • 84% of children reached the expected standard in Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation whilst 27% achieved at a higher standard.
  • In the Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation tests, the average scaled score of Year 6 pupils at The Ferns was 105. A score of 100 represented the expected standard.
  • 74% of children reached the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths. The national average was 53%. 7% of pupils achieved at a high standard in all three areas.
  • The average progress made by this cohort of children in Reading was +5.0. This means that on average the class of 2016 made 5 points more progress from the end of Year 2 than other children with the same starting point nationally.
  • The average progress made by this cohort of children in Maths was +6.1. This means that on average the class of 2016 made over 6 points more progress from the end of Year 2 than other children with the same starting point nationally.
  • The average progress made by this cohort of children in Writing was +6.6. This means that on average the class of 2016 made over 6 ? points more progress from the end of Year 2 than other children with the same starting point nationally.
  • These progress figures are within the top 5% of progress scores nationally.

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