School Data – SATS & Attendance

Attendance

Autumn and Spring Term Attendance

Whole school

95.70%   Attendance

3.03%     Authorised absence

0.27%      Unauthorised

Summer Term Attendance

Whole School

96.11%   Attendance

2.70%   Authorised

1.19%  Unauthorised

Whole Year Attendance 1/9/2016 – 7/7/2017

Whole School

95.81%  Attendance

3.65%   Authorised

0.54%  Unauthorised

Berkley School Data 2017

Reception: 

76% achieved a good level of development, compared to 71.4% last year.

Reading – 82% are achieving the expected level of attainment, with 35% exceeding

Writing – 77% are achieving the expected level of attainment, with 18% exceeding

Number – 88% are achieving the expected level of attainment, with 41% exceeding.

Space, shape and measure – 100% achieved the expected level of attainment, with 29% exceeding.

Average point score (taken across all 17 areas):  37.8 where the national average for 2016 was 34.8

 Year One

Phonics screening test – 90% passed.

Reading – 71% achieved the expected level of attainment with 14% exceeding

Writing – 67% achieved the expected level of attainment, with 10% exceeding.

Numeracy – 71% achieved the expected level of attainment with 14% exceeding

Year Two

Reading – 89% achieved the expected level of attainment with 37% exceeding

Writing – 79% achieved the expected level of attainment with 26% exceeding

Numeracy – 84% achieved the expected level of attainment, with 32% exceeding

Phonics retest = two children; both passed

Key Stage One – 74% achieved the expected level of attainment in all three disciplines of Reading, Writing and Numeracy, compared with 56% last year and where last year’s national average was 60%

COMPARATIVE REPORT

2017 KS1 Data against 2016 National

Year Three

Reading – 84% achieved the expected level of attainment with 42% exceeding

Writing – 74% achieved the expected level of attainment with 16% exceeding

Numeracy – 84% achieved the expected level of attainment

 Year Four

Reading – 91% achieved the expected level of attainment with 43% exceeding

Writing – 83% achieved the expected level of attainment with 26% exceeding

Numeracy – 96% achieved the expected level of attainment with 30% exceeding

In terms of Progress ( which is measured by comparing each child’s development with their attainment at the end of the previous year)

Year 1 – Year 4

In Reading, 90% of Year 1-4 children made expected progress with 23% exceeding expectations

In Writing, 91% of Year 1-4 children made expected progress with 20% exceeding expectations

In Numeracy, 89% of Year 1-4 children made expected progress with 22% exceeding expectations

 

https://www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables