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Initial Results September 2017

 

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%

77%

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

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).

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk