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Sandholme Drive, Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 7RQ

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Burley And Woodhead Church of England Primary School

Results

Our results for 2016 can be accessed below.

 Details of the school's performance can also be accessed on the DFE website -

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/107313?tab=primary

2016 Year 2 KS1 teacher assessment results (moderated by an external consultant)

Reading Writing Maths
Achieving the standard 94% 90% 94%
Exceeding the standard 50% 31% 28%

 

(National average for meeting in 2016 was 74% reading, 66% writing and 73% maths)

(National average for exceeding in 2016 was 23% reading, 13% writing and 26% maths)

 

2016 Year 6 KS2 test results (writing was moderated by an external consultant)

 

Reading

Writing

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Maths

Achieving the standard

77%

90%

77%

74%

Achieving a high standard

32%

16%

29%

16%

 

 

 

 

 

National average for meeting in 2016 was 66% reading, 74% writing, 74% GPS and 70% maths)

(National average for exceeding in 2016 was 19% reading, 14% writing and 17% maths

Average scaled score KS2: reading 107, GPS 106, maths 104

 

 

2016 Reception Class Foundation Stage Data

86% of the cohort reached GLD (good level of development). 

Last year 71.9% of the class reached GLD.

In 2014 72.4% reached GLD and in 2013 58% reached GLD.  National average was 66.3%.

In Literacy 86% reached age related expectations (ARE) and in Maths 86% reached ARE.

Average Points Score for the class was 38.8 (out of a possible 52).  National average was 34.3.

 

2016 Year 1 teacher assessed Phonics check

100% of the cohort passed the phonics check. 

Last year 97% of the class passed the check. (National average for 2015 was 77%) 

 

 Progress KS1 to KS2

The new progress score tracks the score that a child achieved at KS1 and compares it with how well other children nationally have done at KS2 who achieved the same score at KS1. A + score means they made more than expected progress nationally and a - means they made less than expected progress nationally.

Reading = +1.6             Writing = +0.3           Maths = -2.0