Woodlea Primary School

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SATs Results

 Woodlea Primary School and National Data 2018

Key Stage 2

These tables show the percentage of Year 6 children achieving each level in 2018 compared to the national data. 

  • The number of eligible children is: 24
  • Figures may not total 100 due to rounding

Cohort progress Measures: KS1 to KS2 for Woodlea Primary School

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

Woodlea Progress Score

-5.3

-4.6

-15.6

National Floor Target

-5 or above

-7 or above

-5 or above

 

Attainment

KS2 Results

 

Woodlea

% meeting expected standard and above

% national standard across all schools

Woodlea

% meeting higher standard (Greater depth GD)

Woodlea Scaled Score

National Scaled Score

Reading

54

75

8

(National 28%)

99.3 

105.1 

Writing

50

76

 

 

Maths

50

76

4

(National 24%)

 97.8

 104.4

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

50

78

21

(National 34%)

 50

 77.7

Reading, Writing and Maths combined

(Floor target 65%)

42

64

0

(National 10%)

 

 

 

KS1 Results - based on 21 children

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

% meeting expected standard and above

43

 

43

 

52

 

% meeting higher standard

14

 

10

 

10

 

 We are pleased that more children met the standard at greater depth than was the case in 2017.  The whole school has a focus on reading to encourage children to read more for pleasure, to understand what they are reading and to be able to discuss what they like or do not like about a book.

Phonics data - % of children who passed phonics test in Year 1

Woodlea

National

71%

81%

  We are pleased that there was a 7% increase in the children achieving the expected standard in the phonics test in June and that this has placed the school nearer to the national average.  The school runs a specific phonics session every day and the children learn to say, read and write their letters and words.

Reception data - % of children reaching a Good Level of Development

Woodlea

National

58%

72%

 A number of our children did not achieve the good level of development in 2018 and they are given the opportunity to learn in an active manner as they move into year 1 to help them secure their skills.  In 2018-2019 the school has worked hard to improve the learning environment for our Early Years children with a focus on children learning through their own interests.  The children engage in active learning every day and regularly undertake their learning outside.