Initial Results September 2017
2017 results are currently invalidated and don't appear on the DFE website until all National Comparisons are made. This is usually in October.
However we are proud of how well our pupils have done, they are higher than national comparisons in all areas. See initial comparisons below.
|Subject||School Initial Data||National Initial Comparison|
|Pupils Achieving Age Expectation in Reading, Writing & Maths combined||76%||61%|
|Pupils Achieving Age Expected in Reading||90%||71%|
|Pupils Achieving a high level in Reading||31%||24%|
|Pupils Achieving Age Expected in Writing||86%||76%|
|Pupils Achieving a high level in Writing||31%||18%|
|Pupils Achieving Age Expected in Maths||97%||75%|
|Pupils Achieving a high level in Maths||24.1%||22.6%|
|Pupils Achieving Age Expected in Grammar||97%||
|Pupils Achieving a high level in Grammar||31%||29.6%|
Average Progress Scores were all positive being far higher than Lincolnshires scores and they were all above national comparable score of 0
Average Progress Scores in Reading: 0.5
Average Progress Scores in Writing: 0.2
Average Progress Scores in Maths: 0.8
Average scaled scores were consistently above National Averages and the age expectation of 100:
Average Scaled Scores in Reading: 107
Average Scaled Scores in Reading: 108
Average Scaled Scores in Maths: 107
Key Stage 1 subjects
(note no national comparisons yet for 2017)
|School initial 2017 Data||KS1 National comparison from 2016|
|Year 2 Pupils Achieving Age Expectation in Reading, Writing & Maths combined||76.2%||60.3%|
|Y2 Pupils Achieving Age Expected in Reading||88.5%||74%|
|Y2 Pupils Achieving a high level in Reading||42%||23.5%|
|Y2 Pupils Achieving Age Expected in Writing||81%||65.5%|
|Y2 Pupils Achieving a high level in Writing||31%||13.3%|
|Y2 Pupils Achieving Age Expected in Maths||88.5%||72%|
|Y2 Pupils Achieving a high level in Maths||31%||18%|
|Y1 Phonics Screening||93%||80%|
|Reception Year % of pupils achieving a Good Level of Development||89.3%||69%|
Note: this is based on initial data and is subject to change. See below the previous years full data.
School Results 2016
The following represents the published results from the Department for Education (DFE). Click the link below to access the DFE Performance Tables (please check the year on the results as they don't always update at the same time as our website).
We are delighted with our results. They have given us a Fischer Family Trust Attainment ranking of 'very high' 3... meaning if you line up 100 schools we would have the 3rd highest results. You can see how our results compare to all schools nationally in the graphs below.
Phonics: Pupils in Year 1 receive a phonics screening check. This is to ensure all pupils get the best start to their education. In 2016 Reepham school had a pass rate of 96%. We were delighted to receive a letter from the Department for Education, which states we are in the top 8% of schools nationally!
Key Stage 2 Results:
We are delighted to have received a letter from the Department for Education confirming our Maths results were in the top 2% Nationally, see a break down of our results below.
Scaled and Progress Scores
The new SATs test gave pupils a scaled score. Pupils were expected to achieve a scaled score of 100 in each individual subject to be working at age expectation.
We were delighted to have high average scale scores across all of the external marked tests:
Grammar and Spelling: 109
The tests also gave a progress score for individual pupils. We are happy to report all our progress scores were positive with Reading +1 Writing +1.1 Maths +2.8
Key Stage 1 Results:
In the Early Years Foundation Stage (Reception Year), 80% of our cohort reached a good level of development compared with 67% Nationally (2015 National Data).