Mead Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL4 5YS

Tel: 01452371710

Email: secretary@abbeymead.gloucs.sch.uk

Abbeymead Primary School

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School Performance

Key Stage 2 results

In summer 2018, we had 61 children in Year 6 who sat the end of Key Stage 2 tests. At Abbeymead Primary School, the percentage of children who achieved the expected standard was:

 

 Subject

Expected standard or above

National 2018 % at Exp.

Working at greater depth

National 2017 % at greater depth

Reading

74%

75%

25%

24%

Writing

80%

78%

28%

18%

Mathematics

77%

76%

36%

23%

G,P & Spelling

80%

78%

38%

31%

Reading, writing   and   mathematics  (combined)

64%

64%

18%

9%

 

The progress scores for Abbeymead Primary School in 2018:

  • The progress score for reading was 0.6
  • The progress score for writing was 2.7
  • The progress score for mathematics was 2.4

 

The average scaled scores for Abbeymead Primary School in 2018:

  • The average scaled score in reading was 104
  • The average scaled score in mathematics was 105
  • The average scaled score spelling, punctuation and grammar was 107

 

National comparison (These are provisional, calculated by the Dfe)

In reading, 75 % of children achieved the expected standard nationally.

In writing, 78% of children achieved th31.6e expected standard nationally.

In mathematics, 76% of children achieved the expected standard nationally.

In G,P & Spelling, 78% of children achieved the expected standard nationally.

The average scaled score in reading was 105 nationally.

The average scaled score in mathematics was 104 nationally.

The average scaled score in English: grammar, punctuation and spelling was 106 nationally.

 

Link to school performance tables

 

 

Our Year 6 pupils take part in the National SATs tests for Reading, Maths and SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar), every year. The children's writing is also assessed by their Class Teachers.

In 2016 the new SATs tests were introduced, which means that children's attainment is no longer measured according to levels. The children are now given a 'scaled score' for Reading, Maths and SPAG, which correlates with their raw score. A scaled score of 100 or above is classed as 'age expected'. A scaled score of below 100 means the child has not achieved 'age expected'.

In July 2016 the government produced the results of the SATs tests for each school, as well as the national results.