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Attainment

School results 2019

 

We are delighted with our pupil outcomes this year. In EYFS (Reception) the school is ABOVE national standards for the 4th year in a row. Well done the Early Years team and thank you! We really are proud of what we have achieved in Early Years with our fantastic children and staff.

 

EYFSP

2016

2017

2018

National

Good level of development

80%

77%

75%


71%

 

 

In Key Stage 1 (Year 2)

 

Reading 

St John Fisher 2019

National 2018

Expected standard

75%

76%

Higher standard

11%

25%

Maths

St John Fisher 2019

National 2018

Expected standard

71%

75%

Higher standard

11%

21%

 

 Writing

St John Fisher 2019

National 2018

Expected standard

68%

68%

Greater Depth Standard

4%

16%

 

 

In phonics we have achieved ABOVE national since the beginning of the phonics screening. Our phonics results have improved every year for the last 4 years which means the majority of the children go to Year 2 and Key Stage 2 reading well. Well done to the pupils and all the staff in achieving this!

 

Phonics

(End of Key Stage 1)

2017

2018

2019


National

Expected level

 

97%

 

93%

 

100%

 

91%

 

The pupils in Year 6 (and staff) have worked incredibly hard all year for their SATs tests which were in May. The tests are very challenging and we are really pleased that the pupils achieved ABOVE national for mathematics, reading grammar and in line with National for writing.

Progress is above national and puts us in the top 20% of schools in the country for Reading and Maths

 

Combined reading , writing and maths 

St John Fisher 2019

National 2019

Expected standard

77%

65%

Higher standard

13%

11%

 

Reading 

St John Fisher 2019

National 2019

Expected standard

87%

73%

Higher standard

37%

27%

Progress score

 2.9

0

Maths

St John Fisher 2019

National 2019

Expected standard

90%

79%

Higher standard

37 %

27%

Progress score

 2.7

 

 

SPAG

St John Fisher 2019

National

Expected standard

87%

77%

Greater Depth Standard

43%

36%

Writing 

St John Fisher 2019

National

Expected standard

77%

78%

Greater Depth Standard

23%

20%

Progress score

 0.5

 

 

 

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/138090/saint-john-fisher-catholic-voluntary-academy%2c-wigston%2c-leicestershire/primary

HeadLINE DATa

2018

EYFS

Progress

Result

Achieving good level of development

76%

 

Phonics Screening Checks

Pass Rate

Year 1

90%

Year 2 (Re-sits)

0%

 

Key Stage 1 (End of Year 2)

Subject

Reaching Expected Standard* (1)

Above Expected Standard

Reading

87%

23%

Writing

73%

13%

Mathematics

83%

17%

Key Stage 2 (End of Year 6)

Subject

Reaching Expected Standard* (1)

Above Expected Standard

Average

Points

score

Reading

76%

17%

104

Writing

72%

24%

n/a

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

72%

34%

105.4

Mathematics

76%

21%

104

Reading, Writing and Mathematics Combined

66%

7%

n/a

 

2017

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

Headlines

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.