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School Performance

BEING THE BEST WE CAN BE 

AT ETCHINGHAM C E SCHOOL

SAT OUTCOMES 2016

 

At Etchingham C E School, in 2015 - 2016, our fabulous Y6 pupils gave their all. They showed themselves to be true citizens of our school community, anticipating and meeting needs in the school, in addition to fulfilling their responsibilities in their final year at Etchingham including taking lead roles in the end of year production.

Thank you Y6 for your contribution to a memorable musical production of Shakespeare’s  ‘The Tempest.’

We are particularly proud of the way in which our Y6 pupils have been good role models to others and have consistently shown kindness and compassion to younger pupils, particularly as Buddies to the Reception Class.  Their lunchtime help as Monitors in the lunch hall also helps to make lunch breaks run smoothly.

In terms of academic achievement this year, not one pupil could have achieved better than they did. Some of our pupils demonstrated resilience and determination to achieve their best. All challenged themselves, confident that at Etchingham they would be supported and encouraged to be the ‘best they can be.’

Provisional data indicates that Etchingham is in the top 5% for progress in Reading and Maths following 2015 top 5% status in all subjects for progress.

Congratulations to our pupils and our dedicated and inspirational staff who are all committed to personalised and aspirational learning.

We wish the 2015 - 2016 Y6 cohort every success in their new schools and we know that ‘loving learning’ will enable them all to continue to fulfil their potential as they enter the next phase of their education and beyond!

ETCHINGHAM C E SCHOOL : KEY STAGE 2 OUTCOMES 2015 – 2016

 

Cohort : 18 pupils    1 pupil represents 5.6%

 

SUBJECTS

AT NATIONAL STANDARD

WORKING AT GREATER DEPTH WITHIN THE NATIONAL STANDARD

Reading

 

 

89%

National  65.5%

 

28%

National 18.7%

 

Writing

 

 

94.2%

National -72.9%

 

11.1%

National 14.5%

 

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPAG)

 

94.4%

National 72.3%

 

44.4%

National 22.4%

 

Maths

 

 

94.4%

National 69.5%

 

39.00%

National 16.5

 

Percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics

 

89%

National 53%

 

Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in reading writing and mathematics

 

11.1%

National 5.3%

 

Average progress in reading 

 

5.00  (in top 5%)

National -0.4

 

Average progress in writing   

 

1.00

National  -0.9

 

Average progress in mathematics  

 

4.4 (in top 5%)

National -0.5

 

Average scaled score in reading

 

108.00

National 103

 

Average scaled score in SPAG

 

109.00

National 104

 

Average scaled score in mathematics

 

 

108.00

National 103

 

 
Our official Performance Data can be found on the DfE School Performance Site here: https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/114502