Performance Data



Please click on the following link to see our school’s performance tables:  Woodcote Primary School’s Performance Table 

Summarised School Data 2017

 The tables below show the achievements of our children at the end of the academic year in 2016.

Children in Year 1 and Year 6 take National Tests (Phonics check and SATs). The results of which are included in the table below. The children in Year 2 also took SATs, however the teacher uses the results of these tests to inform the Teacher Assessment. Children in EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) are assessed by the teacher.

Early Years Foundation Stage Profile

Year 1 Phonics

 Good Level of Development and Average Points Score

 Year 1 Phonics Pass Rate

Measure

Woodcote

Woodcote

GLD % 69.2%

74.2%

APS

38.2

 

Key Stage 1

Percentage at expected standard or above

Percentage above the expected standard

Subject

Woodcote Subject

Woodcote

Reading

70.0% Reading

20.0%

Writing

65.0% Writing

10.0%

Maths

70.0% Maths

5.0%

Reading, Writing and Maths

65.0% Reading, Writing and Maths

5.0%

Science 75.0%  

Key Stage 2

Percentage at expected standard or above

Percentage above the expected standard

Subject

Woodcote Subject

Woodcote

Reading

64.0% Reading

32.0%

Writing

80.0% Writing

16.0%

Maths

76.0% Maths

20.0%

Reading, Writing and Maths

56.0% Reading, Writing and Maths

12.0%

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

88.0% Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

36.0%

Science

88.0%

   

Scaled Score

Key Stage 1 to 2 Progress Score

Subject

Woodcote Subject

Woodcote

Reading

105.1 Reading

1.0

Maths

104.8 Writing

0.0

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

106.9 Maths

0.7

Progress is measured between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. A progress score of 0.0 is the expected progress, a school has to score above the National Floor Standard which is -5.0 in reading, -7.0 in writing and -5.0 in Maths. Our progress in reading and maths is above average, and our writing progress is close to the National average

The scaled score shows how well the children achieved; the children are expected to achieve a score of 100.