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Our current attendance since 2.9.19 is 96.4% - We hope with your continued help to improve this further.

Achievement

ACHIEVEMENTS

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ACHIEVEMENT AT BURNT TREE PRIMARY SCHOOL 2018-2019

Good Level of Development (End of Reception)

60% of pupils achieved a good level of development compared with 72% of all pupils nationally. This is 12% lower than last year but this is due to the cohort and mobility of children. We lost 4 children who would have achieved the GLD and gained 4 children who did not achieve the good level of development. 2 of these children had not previously attended school and joined us in the summer term. In order to achieve a good level of development pupils must be working at the expected standard in the following areas of the EYFS curriculum : Physical; Personal; Social and Emotional; Communication and Language; English and Maths. This year 50% of disadvantaged pupils achieved the GLD which is slightly lower than the national of 56% . 17% of our disadvantaged children were exceeding.

 

Phonics Test Results 

Phonics results this year are in line with last year and are the same as national at 82%. 72% of our disadvantaged children passed the phonics screening which is in line with national but is slightly lower than last year.

KS1 Results – All Pupils (61)

KS1 Results – Disadvantaged Pupils (16)

KS1 Achievement and Progress

80% of all pupils and 63% of disadvantages pupils achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Mathematics. Nationally 65% reached the standard in Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined in 2019. This is inline with what we achieved last year. 25% off pupils and 13% of disadvantaged children achieved the higher standard in all subjects.

 KS2 Results – All Pupils (31)

KS2 Results – Disadvantaged Pupils (16)

KS2 Achievement and Progress

87% of all pupils and 75% of disadvantaged pupils achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Mathematics. Nationally 65% reached the standard in Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined in 2019. This is an 11% increase from the previous year. 10% of all pupils and 6% of disadvantaged children achieved the higher standard in all subjects.

 Progress KS2

We are pleased to show much improved progress scores compared with last year.