Most Recent KS2 Results

 

DfE guide to progress measures

2017 SATs

2017 SATs Attainment Results (not validated)
  Holy Trinity National
Reading 76% 71%
Writing 88% 76%
Maths 81% 75%
SPaG 82% 77%
Combined 69% 61%

 

2016 SATs

Attainment at Holy Trinity SATs 2016 

  Reading Writing Maths SPAG Combined score
National 66% 74% 70% 72% 53%
Holy Trinity 61% 85% 75% 68% 53%

 

Attainment at the government set higher standard 2016

  Reading Writing Maths SPAG Combined score
National 19% 15% 17% 23% 5%
Holy Trinity 14% 17% 16% 22% 5%

 

School Value Added score- Actual 2016 results
  Reading Writing Maths
Pupil count 87 87 87
School Value Added progress score -2.10 0.70 -0.11
Average scale point score 101.7 n/a 103.9


 

 Dashboard - school commentary 2016 - 2017

Reading 

PROGRESS

Writing

PROGRESS

Maths

PROGRESS

Overall score -2.10

Diasdvantaged was -2.13

Not in top or bottom 10%

Good, but not top 10%

Overall 0.70

Disadvantaged 1.44

Overall Cohort score-0.11

Disdvantaged -0.84

Not in top or bottom 10%

Broadly average progress
Accross all subjects we were not in the top or bottom 10% for progress, even with the higher standard of tests

 

DASHBOARD HEADLINES
STRENGTHS AREAS FOR DEVELOPMENT

Progress:

Broadly average progress.  Re. percentile ranks we have moved forward with progress for writing and maths.  Writing progress is now above national, maths in line, but reading progress below national.

  • Writing progress scores of Lower prior attainment
  • Progress scores in maths for lower prior attainers
  • In maths progress scores for both girls and boys were in line with national.

Attainment

  • Attainment of all pupils in writing, especially disadvantaged middle prior attainers
  • Attainment in Science is above national and diminished the difference for the disadvantaged
  • SEN support above national attainment in writing and maths
  • Attendance for all pupils and the FSM group was above the national all figure and no group had low attendance (in the lowest 10%) or persistent absence (in the highest 10%)
  • Reading attainment and progress for all pupils
  • More middle prior attainers to reach greater depth standard in writing
  • Disadvantaged middle attainers to meet expected standard in maths
  • More higher attainers children to reach greater depth in maths
  • SEN reading progress and attainment
  • Spelling strategies to be consistently implemented across the school and progress monitored for all attainers, especially for SEN support and disadvantaged
  • More able disadvantaged in all core subjects (particularly where there is no SEN overlap)
  • With the high percentage of middle attainment our attainment should be higher

 

Please click here to see the Department For Education School Performance Tables