Attainment

2017

Here are our assessment results for 2017 (Academic Year 2016/17).

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St John Fisher continue to have high expectations and set high standards as can be seen from our most recent data results .

Again for KS2 results, we are the  top performing school  in Oadby and Wigston when it comes to  year 6 SATS results.

Well done to all.

 

EYFS

Progress

Result

Achieving good level of development

80%

Phonics Screening Checks

Year

Pass Rate

Year 1

94%

Year 2 (Re-sits)

100%

Key Stage 1 (End of Year 2)

Subject

Reaching Expected Standard* (1)

Above Expected Standard

Reading

83%

30%

Writing

70%

17%

Mathematics

80%

13%

 

Key Stage 2 (End of Year 6)

Subject

Reaching Expected Standard* (1)

Above Expected Standard

Average

Points

score

Reading

80%

40%

105.7

Writing

80%

28%

n/a

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

92%

28%

106.9

Mathematics

84%

16%

103.6

Reading, Writing and Mathematics Combined

76%**

8%

n/a

 

Progress (From KS1 to KS2)

Subject

Average progress

Reading

2

Writing

2.2

Mathematics

0.1

 

 

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Below compares 2014, 15 and 16 with progress measures.

 

Another set of excellent results for SJF

Posted on Nov 5th 2015

 

Year 1 Phonics: The percentage of pupils achieving the expected level in Y1 Phonics is 90.0%. This is 13.0% higher than the national average.

 

KS1 Overall: At Saint John Fisher the Average Point Score across all core subjects (Maths & English) is 16.5. This is 0.4 points higher than the national average.

90.0% of pupils achieve or surpass level 2B in Reading. This is 8.0% higher than the national average.

77.0% of pupils achieve or surpass level 2B in Writing. This is 5.0% higher than the national average.

 87.0% of pupils achieve or surpass level 2B in Maths. This is 5.0% higher than the national average.

 

KS2 Overall:

At Saint John Fisher the Average Point Score across all core subjects is 29.8. This is 1.0 points higher than the national average.

100% of pupils achieve or surpass level 4 in Reading. This is 11.0% higher than the national average.

At Saint John Fisher 92.0% of pupils achieve or surpass level 4 in Writing. This is 5.0% higher than the national average.

96.0% of pupils achieve or surpass level 4 in Maths. This is 9.0% higher than the national average.

88.0% of pupils achieve or surpass level 4 in Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling. This is 8.0% higher than the national average.

The most recent data shows that 83.0% of pupils achieve at or above a level 4B in Reading, Writing and Maths, and 92.0% achieve at least a level 4. This is 12.0% higher than the national average, and 3.0% higher than the average for Outstanding schools.

 

Children also make excellent progress in school whatever their starting point.

 

For a more detailed summary, read Mrs Hirst's report.

 

OFSTED's attainment summary for SJF 2015

Posted on April 30th 2015

St John Fisher CVA pupils are making excellent progress and achieving high attainment levels in KS1 and in KS2.

Click on the OFSTED website below for more details.

http://dashboard.ofsted.gov.uk/dash.php?urn=138090

 

Brilliant KS1 & KS2 results 2013

Posted on 21 Jan 2014

The school has once again achieved outstanding results at the end of their primary school career. (Pupils should finish Y6 at a level 4.)

-100% L4+ in reading, with a massive 63% at the higher level 5

-95% L4+ in writing, with 32% at level 5

- 100% L4+ in maths, with 53% at level 5 and 11% at level 6 

- 100% L4+ in Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation, with an amazing 79% at level 5

- 100% L4+ in science

School League Tables: www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance

KS1 Results 2013

Results for Y2 pupils (where children are expected to be level 2):

- a superb 100% L2+ in reading, with 28% at the higher level 3

- 86% L2+ in writing, with 10% at level 3

- 91% L2+ in maths, with 21% at level 3 

Y1 Phonic Test Result 2013

We are delighted with our outstanding 100% pass rate in the national phonic test. This highlights the standard or our phonic teaching, through the Read, Write Programme.