Academic Achievement

Early Years Foundation Stage

%  of children who  achieved a 'good' level of development in Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Communication and Language,  Literacy and Mathematics  across the last three years.

   2015      2016    2017
    74%     79% 80%

 

Year 1 Phonics Screening Test

   2015      2016   2017
    87%     88% 88%

 KS1 and KS2

 In 2016 the way children were assessed in Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 were changed. National Curriculum levels were replaced by a new system in which children were assessed against 'age expected ' standards that were more challenging than in previous years.

KS1 Results 

In KS1 a combination of SATS tests and teacher assessment was used for Reading, Writing and Mathematics.

        % reaching the expected standard in 2017

 

Reading    

 Writing   

 Mathematics  

School          78%       78%       76%
Camden     74%       67%       75%

         % working at greater depth in 2017

               

Reading    

 Writing  

Mathematics    

School    11%       2%      18%
Camden    24%       12%      21%

 KS2 Results

In KS2 children are assessed through a national test in Reading, Mathematics and English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling, and are teacher assessed  in Writing. Their scores are converted into an Average Scaled Score with a score of 100 indicating a child has met the expected standard.

KS2 2017

   % pupils reaching expected standard        ASS = Average Scaled Score                  Writing = Teacher Assessment

    Reading   

 ASS  

  Writing   

   Mathematics  

 ASS    

 GPS

 ASS   

School       84%  105.8     75%        86%   105.9    78%  108.6
Camden     76%  105.3     78%        82%   105    107.9
National          66%  104     74%        70%   104    106

 GPS = Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

% of pupils reaching the higher standard in 2017(ASS of 110+)

  Reading  Writing Mathematics
School            30%             12%               25%
Camden    28% 21%       28%
National   25% 18%       23%

 Progress

 A progress score of 0 represents expected progress between KS1 and KS2. A score above this shows that children made more progress than children nationally.

  Reading    Writing     Mathematics
 School       1.1    -0.65     0.91
National      0      0      0

 For further information on our results please visit the Department for Education website:

http://www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=100008