Bamford Primary School Performance and Results

School Performance Tables

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Results 2018 (Provisional)

Children and staff have worked very hard during the year and w e were particularly proud of our KS2 children who conducted themselves with maturity and poise during the KS2 SATs. It should be noted that the data is produced from small cohorts.

End of EYFS outcomes - Cohort Size 11

64% of children achieved Good Level of Development by the end of Reception.

A good level of development is defined as a child reaching the expected standard across 12 prime areas from the EYFS curriculum.

This compares with a national level of 71.5% and shows that we are roughly in line with national trends (given the small cohort - each child representing 9%).  The on entry baseline assessment for this group was that 27.3% of children were 'on track' at entry point.  The children made expected or accelerated progress.

Y1 Phonics check (Cohort of 12 children)

73.3% of pupils reached expected level in Y1 Phonics check compared to 82% nationally.

Y2 Phonics Re-check

4 pupils re-took the Y1 phonics check in year 2 and three out of the four passed.  

By the end of Y2  91.7% of children in the cohort had met the expected standard for phonics.

KS1 SATS 2018

KS1 (12Pupils)

Working at or above the expected level

Working at greater depth

Reading

75% (76%)

25% (25%)

Writing

75% (68%)

33% (16%)

Maths

92% (83%)

25% (21%)

 National figures (2017) for comparison in brackets

 

KS2 SATS

KS2

(15 pupils)

Working at or above the expected level

 

% pupils reaching a high score / working at greater depth

Progress Score

Average Scaled Score

Reading

73% (75%)

33% (28%)

-0.4

105 (105)

Writing

Teacher Assessment

73% (78%)

40% (20%)

1.9

NA

Maths

67%  (76%)

13% (24%)

-2.2

102 (104)

GAPS

67% (78%)

40% (34%)

 

105(106)

Reading, Writing and Maths

67% (61%)

 6% (10%)

 

 Progress Scores:  

Progress scores will be centred around 0, with most schools within the range of -5 to +5. 

  • A score of 0 means pupils in this school on average do about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.

  • A positive score means pupils in this school on average do better at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.

  • A negative score means pupils in this school on average do worse at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.

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

Ofsted

We are inspected by Ofsted every 2-4 years, and our last inspection showed us to be a "good" school.

Results from our Ofsted inspections

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Parent view

This is a section of the Ofsted website which shows the results of parent's views on the school.

You can see the results here: Parent view

 

page last updated on 18/10/2018

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