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Key Stage Two (End of Year 6) Results 2015

 

- 70% of children achieved Level 4 or above in Reading, Writing and Maths

- 83% of children have improved by 2 levels or more in Reading between KS1 and KS2

- 89% of children have improved by 2 levels or more in Writing between KS1 and KS2

- 83 of children have improved by 2 levels or more in Maths between KS1 and KS2

 

- 80% of children achieved Level 4 or above in Reading

- 25% of children achieved Level 5 or above in Reading

- 85% of children achieved Level 4 or above in Writing

- 25% of children achieved Level 5 or above in Writing

- 75% of children achieved Level 4 or above in Maths

- 30% of children achieved Level 5 or above in Maths

 

Level 4 was the nationally expected level of attainment in 2015.  Level 5 was above national.

Key Stage One (End of Year 2) Results 2015 (Mainstream children)

 

- 90% of the children achieved Level 2 or above in Reading

- 90% of the children achieved Level 2 or above in Writing

- 93% of the children achieved Level 2 or above in Mathematics

These results were in line with or slightly above national results for 2015.

 

- 21% of the children achieved Level 3 in Reading

- 28% of the children achieved Level 3 in Writing

- 17% of the children achieved Level 3 in Mathematics

The Writing results were above national results for 2015 with Reading and Mathematics below national.

 

Year One Phonics Screening Check

65% of our Year One children passed, National 77%.

82% of our Year Two re-takers passed giving a total of 90% of the cohort having passed the test compared to 90% nationally.

 

Early Years

73% of mainstream Year R children reached a "good level of development" (GLD) in 2015.  This compares to 66% nationally.

Please find a link below to the latest DFE Performance Tables for St Columba.

Please see the document below for 2016 Performance Data for St Columba Academy.

 

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