St Mary Immaculate Catholic Primary School

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Key Stage 1 & 2 Results Summer 2017

Year 1 Phonic Results (9 pupils)

Percentage who achieved standard: 89% (National Average = 81%)

 

Analysis of Phonic results

8 out of 9 children achieved the standard – a good result for a young cohort. 

 

KS1 Results (18 pupils)

Percentage of Pupils with Expected Standard or above in Reading, Writing and Maths

Reading               78%

Writing                 78%

Maths                   89%

 

Percentage of Pupils working at greater depth in Reading, Writing and Maths

Reading               22%

Writing                 17%

Maths                   22%

 

Analysis of KS1 results

A strong cohort and results above National Average.

 

KS2 Results (11 pupils)

Percentage of Pupils achieving Expected Standard or above in Reading, Writing and Maths

Reading               45%

Writing                 64%

Maths                   64%

 (See analysis of KS2 results below)

Average Progress Scores in Reading, Writing and Maths

Reading              -1.0 (-4.0 to 2.9)

Writing                 0.8 (-2.9 to 4.5)

Maths                  -0.2 (-3.7 to 3.3)

 (The figures in brackets are the confidence interval of these results, which all span zero, indicating that the progress made by our pupils is at the National Average - met by about 60% of schools in England)

 

Average “Scaled Scores” in Reading, Writing and Maths

Reading                                               100

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling       102

Writing                

Maths                                                   100

(Scaled points are the framework the raw scores are placed in to compare school performance, as not all test papers are marked out of 100, 80, 60, etc.   80 is the lowest scaled score that can be awarded and 120 is the highest scaled score. Pupils scoring at least a scaled score of 100 will have met the expected standard of the test)

Percentage of Pupils with High Level of Attainment in Reading, Writing and Maths

Reading               9%

Writing                 9%

Maths                   0%

 

Analysis of KS2 results

In a small school, results can vary markedly according to the group of children in each year. With very small cohorts (There were 8 pupils in Year 6 in 2016 and 11 pupils this year) percentage pass rates need to be interpreted carefully when each individual pupil represents 9% of the overall result. In recent years, school results have been consistently high, and last year, 2016, St Mary Immaculate School was one of the highest attaining schools in the county and the highest in Warwick.

 

This year’s KS2 attainment is however, significantly lower than in previous years but it nevertheless represents hard work and some outstanding progress by a number of children who have had to overcome very significant personal challenges. The broad category results, unfortunately, cannot show individual successes, even if these only just missed a particular grade boundary. The school is proud of the work done by these pupils.

 

Very high results are predicted for 2018 in a cohort of 8 pupils.                                                                   

 

End of Key Stage Results

Summer 2016

End of EYFS (reception class)    75% GLD (Good Level of Development)

Year 1 Phonics    80% achieved pass     This is an excellent result!

End of KS1

Reading    67% expected

Writing      73% expected

Maths        67% expected                These are good results!

End of KS2

Reading    75% expected

GPS (Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling)    75% expected

Maths        83% expected

Writing      75% expected

We are very pleased with such high results in a small cohort.

Key Stage 2 SATs results for Summer 2015

The tables below show the results achieved by our Year 6 pupils in 2015.  These are excellent results and represent hard work and commitment by staff and pupils.

 

 

Reading

Level 3

(or higher)

Level 4

(or higher)

Level 5

(or higher)

Level 6

(or higher)

 St Mary Immaculate

100% 

 80%

 60% 

0% 

National Average

95% 

  89%

 48%

0%

Difference

+5%

   -9%

 +12%

0%

 

 

Writing

Level 3

(or higher)

Level 4

(or higher)

Level 5

(or higher)

Level 6

(or higher)

 St Mary Immaculate

100% 

90%

50% 

0% 

National Average

96% 

87%

36%

0%

Difference

+4%

+3%

+14%

0%

 

 

Mathematics

Level 3

(or higher)

Level 4

(or higher)

Level 5

(or higher)

Level 6

(or higher)

 St Mary Immaculate

100% 

90%

40% 

20% 

National Average

96% 

87%

42%

9%

Difference

+4%

+3%

-2%

+11%

Progress

The Department of Education records progress made by pupils between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.  Progress by our pupils in 2015 was again exceptionally high, compared to the national average.

 

Reading


Expected Progress

(2 Levels or higher)

More than
Expected Progress

(3 Levels or higher)

 St Mary Immaculate

100% 

56%

National Average

91% 

35%

Difference

+9%

+21%

 

 

Writing


Expected Progress

(2 Levels or higher)

More than
Expected Progress

(3 Levels or higher)

 St Mary Immaculate

100% 

56%

National Average

94% 

33%

Difference

+6%

+23%

 

 

Mathematics


Expected Progress

(2 Levels or higher)

More than
Expected Progress

(3 Levels or higher)

 St Mary Immaculate

89% 

33%

National Average

90% 

34%

Difference

-1%

-1%

The Department of Education school performance data can be found by clicking on this link.

Our most recent Ofsted and Archdiocesan reports provide more information about the school.