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Ellen Wilkinson
Primary School

Performance Tables

 2017 End of Key Stage Results at EWPS

Foundation stage

84% of our children reached a Good Level of Development

This is 9% higher than the National average for 2016

Year 1 Phonics

82% pass rate

This is higher than the national average which is 81%

Key Stage 1

Percentages of pupils reaching the expected standard

Subject

Ellen Wilkinson

Newham

National averages

Reading

83.9%

78.0%

75.6%

Writing

80.4%

73.3%

68.2%

Maths

82.1%

79.7%

75.2%

Combined

76.8%

69.3%

63.4%

As the graph and table above demonstrate, pupils at EWPS exceeded national averages in all areas.

Key Stage 2

*All data is provisional and subject to increase changes pending the disapplication process and release of the validated data at the end of 2017/beginning of 2018

Percentages of pupils reaching and exceeding the expected standard

Subject

Ellen Wilkinson

National averages

 

Expected

Greater Depth

Expected

Greater Depth (2016)

Reading

75.4%

14%

71.4%

19%

Writing (Teacher assessment)

77.2%

0%

76.3%

14%

Maths

86%

36.9%

74.8%

17%

Grammar, punctuation and spelling

86%

45.6%

76.8%

17%

Combined

68.4%

0%

61%

5%

Key Stage Overall attainment and progress categories

Subject Areas

Attainment at EWPS
Expected standard reading

75%

Exceeding reading

14%

Expected standard writing

77%

Exceeding writing

0%

Expected standard mathematics

86%

Exceeding mathematics

37%

Expected standard GPS

86%

Exceeding GPS

46%

Expected standard reading, writing and mathematics

68%

Exceeding standard reading, writing and mathematics

0%

Average progress in reading

-0.9

Average progress in writing

-1.4

Average progress in mathematics

+2.5

Average scaled score in reading

104

Average scaled score in mathematics

108

Average scaled score in GPS

109

Notes

Expected standard = scaled score of 100 or more.

Greater Depth standard = scaled score of 110 or more. (This is determined by the distribution of scores on the test and not pre-determined.)

The progress measure is value-added so the pupil’s result is compared to that of other pupils nationally with a similar level of prior attainment. There is no target progress measure for individual pupils and instead their progress contributes to the school’s progress score.

Positive values demonstrate that pupils progressed more that those nationally with a similar prior attainment.

For further information and links to our DfE published data please click here.