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Ellen Wilkinson
Primary School

Performance Tables

Key Stage 2 SATs Results

  EWPS          Newham National 
(2019 data)
EWPS         Newham National 
(2019 data)
  Expected Standard Greater Depth
Reading     83% 80% 73%  21% 31%   27%
GPS  87% 86%   78% 64%  52% 36%
Writing     79% 84%  78% 26% 26% 20%
Maths     89% 86% 79% 47% 38% 27%
Combined   77% 75% 65% 13% 15% 11%

 

Key Stage 2 Scaled Scores

  Reading   GPS     Maths
Average Progress Scores 105     108 111
Comparison to National 104     106 105

The raw scores pupils achieve in their SATs are converted into a Scaled Score.  This allows comparisons to be made over time.  These Scaled Scores range from 80 to 120, with a Scaled Score of 100 representing the expected standard in the test.


Key Stage 2 Progress

  Reading   Writing   Maths
Average Progress Scores   +1.4  +1.7 +4
Comparison to National   Average   Above average   Well above average

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.


Department for Education Performance Information – Ellen Wilkinson Primary School (Click HERE)
 


Key Stage 1 Results

  EWPS  Newham    National 
(2019 data)
 EWPS     Newham National 
(2019 data)
  Expected Standard Greater Depth
Reading     83% 79% 75% 28% 28% 25%
Writing     78%   75% 69% 17% 21%   15%
Maths     85%  81% 76% 27%  27% 22%
Combined     78% 72% 65% 10%    

 
Phonics Screening

  EWPS     Newham     National
Year 1 75% 87% 83%
Year 2 Retakes     83%    
The phonics screening check is a short, simple test taken by Year 1 children in England each June to assess their reading ability.  Children who cannot successfully read 32 of the words will be given extra support and will be given another opportunity to attempt the test at the end of Year 2.


Early Years Foundation Stage

  EWPS     Newham     National
Good level of development 78% 76% 72%
On leaving the Foundation Stage at the end of Reception, a child is considered to have a ‘good level of development’ if they have achieved at least the expected level in the Early Learning Goals in all aspects of PSE, Physical Development, Communication and Language, Literacy and Mathematics.