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Don't forget it is Achievement Assembly on Thursday 5th October at school!

STOCKBRIDGE VILLAGE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Special Valuable People ...Successful, Visionary and Proud

Attainment

 Attainment, Achievement & Progress at SVP:

 

We are always incredibly proud of our pupils and all that they achieve. Within school we celebrate the academic, social and personal achievements of children in weekly assemblies and at our annual Graduation event. We truly believe that our children are 'special, valuable people' and we are incredibly proud of them all!

 

Results at the end of academic year 2016/17 tell us that children at our school achieve BETTER than children locally AND nationally!!

 

Early Years:

Our early years provision is OUTSTANDING - even OFSTED think so!!  We are incredibly proud of the amazing journey our children make from entry to our setting to the end of early years and believe that through excellent partnership work between school, families and other agencies that our children make amazing progress, achieve great things and develop a true love of themselves, each other and of learning.

For the 2nd year in a row children at our school achieved better that peers locally and nationally with 73% of the 2016/17 cohort achieving a good level of development against a local average of 67.1% and a national average of 70.7%. 

Well done everyone!! 

 

Key Stage 1:

Phonics: Children in our Year 1 cohort achieved brilliantly in 2017 with 86.7% of them passing the phonics screening test against a local average of 78% and a national average of 81.2%. We are really proud of these results!

Children achieve well at Key stage 1 at our school, making good progress from their starting points and achieving broadly inline with their peers nationally across the curriculum. In 2016/17 66.7% of our children achieved expected or better in reading against the local average of 70.5%. 70% of our children achieved expected or better in writing against the local average of 62.6% and 70% of our children achieved expected or better in Maths against the local average of 70.7%.

 

63.3% of our KS1 children achieved the expected standard in R/W/M against the local average of 58.2%

 

Key Stage 2:

In 2016/17  87.1% of our pupils achieved expected standard or better in Reading against a local average of 68.2% and a national average of 71.5%. 29% of our children achieved greater depth against a local average of 18.2 and a national average of 24.4%

 In Writing 87.1% of our pupils achieved expected standard against a local average of 70.4% and a national average of 76.3%

In Maths 80.6% of our pupils achieved expected standard against a local average of 73.5% and a national average of 74.9%. 19.4% of our pupils achieved greater depth in comparison to 17.5% locally and 22.5% nationally.

In Grammar 90% of pupils achieved expected standard in comparison to 73.4% locally and 76.9% nationally.

74.2% of our pupils achieved the expected standard in R/W/M against a local average of 56.7% and a national average of 61.1%

 

Progress Scores:

Curriculum Subject Progress Score
Reading +2.7
Writing +1.7
Maths +1.7

 

Average Scaled Scores:

Reading Writing Maths
SVP 105.5 N/A SVP: 104.8
LA: 103.1   LA: 103.7
National: 104.1   National: 104.2

 

 

Performance of Disadvantaged Pupils KS2 2016/17:

 

  • 85.7% of our disadvantaged pupils achieved expected standard in reading  against a local average of 52.6%
  • 71.4% of our disadvantaged pupils achieved expected standard in Grammar against a local average of 60.7%
  • 71.4% of our disadvantaged pupils achieved expected standard in Maths against a local average of 60.8%
  • 85.7% of our disadvantaged pupils achieved expected standard in Writing against a local average of 55.7%
  • 71.4% of our pupils achieved expected standard in R/W/M combined against a local average of 40.5%

 

This confirms that pupils at SVP entitled to Pupil Premium achieved better than their peers locally and broadly inline or better than all pupils nationally.

 

 

 

 

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