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Ofsted and Performance Tables

DUE TO COVID 19 NO SCHOOL PERFORMANCE DATA IS AVAILABLE FOR 2020 AND 2021.

2019 SATs Outcomes and other Performance Data

Standard Assessment Tests, otherwise known as SATs are tests taken by children in Year 2 and Year 6 in May. Children in Year 2 did two maths tests - Arithmetic and Reasoning and two Reading tests.  These tests were marked internally and the results of these tests were used to support teacher assessment judgments.

 

Children in Year 6 did three maths tests - Arithmetic, Reasoning 1 and Reasoning 2, a Reading test, a Spelling test and a Grammar and Punctuation test.  These tests were sent away to be marked. 

 

At the beginning of July the government published the National data for end of Key Stage 2 SATS tests to coincide with schools receiving their results. 

 

KEY STAGE 2 (YEAR 6)

 

End of KS2 Outcomes 2019 

% at the expected standard

Borrow WoodNational
Reading, Writing and Maths Combined 63%65%
Reading, Writing and Maths Combined GDS9%11%
Reading 76%73%
Writing 74%78%
Maths 81%79%
Grammar, Spelling, Punctuation 78%78%
Science80% 

 

PROGRESS IN KS2 2019
Nationally progress is only measured from the end of KS1 to the end of KS2.  

 

Subject 

Progress Measure 2019
Reading+0.3
Writing-0.8
Maths+0.4

 

Subject

 

Average Scaled Score 2019

Borrow Wood

Average Scaled Score 2019

National

Reading104104
Maths105105
Grammar, Spelling, Punctuation106106

 

KEY STAGE 1

 

End of Key Stage 1 Outcomes 2019 % at the expected standard and above

Borrow Wood

2019

Reading Exp & GD74.5%
Reading GD33.3%
Writing Exp & GDS68.6%
Writing GDS25.5%
Maths Exp & GDS74.5%
Maths GDS25.5%

Exp = At the Expected National Standard

GDS = At Greater Depth within the National Standard

 

PHONICS SCREENING

91% of Yr 1 children passed the Phonics Screening. 

94% of Yr 2 children have passed the Phonics Screening in Yr 1 or Yr 2.

 

FOUNDATION STAGE

Our outcomes in the Foundation Stage continue to improve with 79% of the children reaching a Good Level of Development. 

You can link directly to the Borrow Wood page on the Ofsted website from here.

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