Results 2016

2016 Results

Parents will be aware that in 2016 new tests were introduced at the end of KS2. Performance was no longer recorded in terms of sub-levels, but rather as the percentage of children meeting the new required national standard. This was a higher standard than in previous years. Published data also shows the percentage of children scoring very highly on the tests (working at greater depth in Writing).

 Percentage of children achieving at or above the National Standard

 

 

National Percentage

National

Average

Score

Sefton Authority Percentage

Summerhill Percentage

Summerhill

Average

Score

Mathematics

70%

103.0

74.2%

100%

110.4

Reading

66%

102.6

69.5%

80%

108.6

Spelling & Grammar

72%

104.0

77.5%

100%

110.7

Writing

74%

 

74.5%

100%

 

Combined Maths, Reading and Writing

53%

 

55.3%

80%

 

 

Percentage of children achieving a high standard

 

 

National Percentage

Sefton Authority Percentage

Summerhill Percentage

Mathematics

17%

17.6%

56%

Reading

19%

18.3%

44%

Spelling & Grammar

22%

23.6%

64%

Writing

15%

8.4%

12%

Combined Maths, Reading and Writing

5%

3.2%

12%

 

Progress from Key Stage 1 to the end of Key Stage 2

 

Again, the way progress is measured has changed. Parents will see the progress points score – this appears meaningless on its own. However, to put it some context, the government states that less than 5% of schools will have progress scores higher than 5. Ranking positions have also been included. These show how the school’s performance would rank if compared against all the other primary schools in the country. It is a percentile ranking – for example Ranking 5 = top 5% nationally.

 

 

Progress Score

Percentile Ranking

Mathematics

6.57

1

Reading

5.08

5

Writing

1.99

No ranking given