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Summary: Churchstanton School was last inspected in January 2017 and was judged to be Good.

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​​Churchstanton Primary School

 

2019 END OF KEY STAGE 1 DATA 2018

Cohort = 11 children​ 1 pupil = 9%​

NO. & PERCENTAGE MEETING AGE-RELATED STANDARDS 

 

 

National

Number

Churchstanton

 

Reading


74% 


 11


83% 

 

Maths


 
7​5%


 11


 88%

 

Writing (Teacher Assessed)


 67%


 11


 69%

 


 


 


 


 


 

 

2019 END OF KEY STAGE 2 DATA

 

COHORT = 8 (This data includes data for x children on the SEN register)    

Each child is equivalent to 12.5%​

NUMBER & PERCENTAGE MEETING AGE-RELATED STANDARDS 

 

 

National

Number

Churchstanton


Reading

75%

8​

63%

GDS = 50%
 

 

Maths

76%
 

8
 

88%

GDS = 38%
 

 

Spelling Grammar & Punctuation

78%
 

7
 

63%

GDS = 38%
 

 

Writing (Teacher Assessed)

58%
 

8
 

13%

GDS = 38%
 


 


 


 


 


 


 

 

2018 END OF KEY STAGE 1 DATA

Cohort = x children

NO. & PERCENTAGE MEETING AGE-RELATED STANDARDS 

 

 

National

Number

Churchstanton

 

Reading


 


 


 

 

Maths


 


 


 

 

Writing (Teacher Assessed)


 


 


 

 


 


 


 


 


 

2018 END OF KEY STAGE 2 DATA

 

COHORT = xx (This data includes data for x children on the SEN register)    

Each child is equivalent to x%


 

NUMBER & PERCENTAGE MEETING AGE-RELATED STANDARDS 

 

 

National

Number

Churchstanton


Reading


 


 


 

 

Maths


 


 


 

 

Spelling Grammar & Punctuation


 


 


 

 

Writing (Teacher Assessed)


 


 


 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

Percentage of children meeting Age-Related Standards in Reading, Writing and Maths for our pupils was: x%



End of Key Stage 1 Data​​ 2017

Cohort = 13 children

NO. & PERCENTAGE MEETING AGE-RELATED STANDARDS 

 

 

National

Number

Churchstanton

 

Reading

76%

11

85%

 

Maths

75%

10

77%

 

Writing (Teacher Assessed)

68%

9

69%

 


 


 


 


 

2017 END OF KEY STAGE 2 DATA

 

COHORT = 15 (This data includes data for 3 children on the SEN register)    

Each child is equivalent to 6.6%


 

NUMBER & PERCENTAGE MEETING AGE-RELATED STANDARDS 

 

 

National

Number

Churchstanton

 

Reading

71%

12

82%

 

Maths

75%

11

73%

 

Spelling Grammar & Punctuation

77%

11

73%

 

Writing (Teacher Assessed)

76%

10

67%

 


 


 


 



 

Percentage of children meeting Age- Related Standards in Reading, Writing and Maths for our pupils was: 60%

 

NO. & PERCENTAGE  ACHIEVING A HIGH STANDARD

 

 

National

Number

Churchstanton

 

Reading

 

6

40%

 

Maths

 

6

40%

 

Spelling Grammar & Punctuation

 

5

33%

 

Writing

 

5

33%

 


 


 


 

 

 

AVERAGE SCALED SCORES (interim)

 

NATIONAL

Churchstanton

Reading

104

107

Maths

104

107

Spelling Grammar & Punctuation

106

105



 


 


 

NO. & PERCENTAGE MEETING AGE-RELATED STANDARDS  in READING, WRITING & MATHS

National

Churchstanton

61%

60%


 


 

Churchstanton Primary School

2016 END OF KEY STAGE 2 DATA

 

 COHORT = 13    

 

NO. & PERCENTAGE MEETING AGE-RELATED STANDARDS 

 

 

National

Number

Churchstanton

 

Reading

66%

10

77%

 

Maths

70%

11

85%

 

Spelling Grammar & Punctuation

72%

11

85%

 

Writing (Teacher Assessed)

74%

12

92%

 

 


 


 


 

 

NO. & PERCENTAGE  ACHIEVING A HIGH STANDARD

 

National

Number

Churchstanton

Reading

                19

5

38%

Maths

17

5

38%

Spelling Grammar & Punctuation

 23

3

23%

Writing

 

12

38%


 


 


 


 

AVERAGE SCALED SCORES (interim)

 

NATIONAL

Churchstanton

Reading

103

107

Maths

103

107

Spelling Grammar & Punctuation

104

104


 


 


 


 

NO. & PERCENTAGE MEETING AGE-RELATED STANDARDS  in READING, WRITING & MATHS

National

Churchstanton

53%

69% (9)


 


 


 

PROGRESS MEASURES KS1 – KS2

SUBJECT

PROGRESS SCORE

NATIONAL SUFFICIENT PROGRESS

Reading

0.4

-5

Writing

2.4

-7

Maths

1.2

-5

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KS1 Teacher Assessment Results 2015

Percentage at each level - 11 children in the cohort - each child represents 9%

​Subject Absent/Didn't take test Below L1 L1+​ ​L2C+ ​L2A+ ​L3+
​Reading ​ ​School ​0 ​0 ​100 ​91 ​64 ​55
​National ​0 ​2 ​98 ​90 ​59 ​32
​Writing (including spelling) ​ ​School ​0 ​0 ​100 ​100 ​73 ​45
​National ​0 ​2 ​98 ​88 ​41 ​18
​Maths ​ ​School ​0 ​0 ​100 ​100 ​64 ​36
​National ​0 ​1 ​98 ​93 ​55 ​26
  

KS2 2015 Results

KS2 Test Results

Percentage at each level - 10 children in the cohort - each child represents 10%​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

​Below Level 3 ​3+ ​4+ ​5 ​6 ​Pupils not entered ​Pupils absent
​Maths ​ ​School 0​ 100​ 90​ ​60 10​ ​0 0​
​National ​4 ​96 ​87 ​41 ​9
​Reading ​ ​School ​0 ​100 ​100 ​60 ​0 ​0 ​0
​National ​5 ​95 ​89 ​48 ​0
​Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar ​ ​School ​0 ​100 ​70 ​40 ​0 ​0 ​0
​National ​5 ​95 ​80 ​55 ​4
​Wriring (Teacher Assessed) ​ ​School ​0 ​100 ​90 ​40 ​0 ​0 ​0
​National ​0 ​96 ​87 ​36 ​2

 

KS1 2014 Results

Percentage at each level​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
​Absent/didn't take test Below L1​ ​Below L1+ L2C+​ L2B+​ ​L2A+ L3+​
​Reading ​ ​School ​0 ​0 ​100 100​ ​80 80​ 40​
​National ​0 ​2 ​98 ​90 ​81 ​57 ​31
​Writing (including spelling) ​ ​School ​0 ​0 ​100 ​100 ​90 ​80 ​40
​National ​0 ​2 ​97 ​86 ​70 ​39 ​16
​Maths ​ ​School ​0 ​0 ​100 ​100 ​100 ​70 ​40
​National ​0 ​1 ​98 ​92 ​80 ​53 ​24
 

The number of pupils entered in this cohort was 10.  Each child represents 10%.

KS2 2014 Results 

P​ercentage at each level ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
Below Level 3​ L3+​ L4+​ L5​ L6​ Pupils not entered​ Pupils absent​
Maths​ ​ School​ 0​ ​100 100​ ​45 ​9 ​0 0​
​National ​4 ​96 ​86 ​42 ​9
​Reading ​ ​School ​0 ​0 ​91 ​45 ​0 ​0 ​0
​National ​0 ​5 ​89 ​49 ​0
​Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar ​ ​School ​0 ​100 ​73 ​36 ​0 ​0 ​0
​National ​6 ​94 ​76 ​52 ​4
​Writing (Teacher Assessed) ​ ​School ​0 ​100 ​100 ​64 ​0 ​0 ​0
​National ​4 ​96 ​85 ​33 ​2
 

The number of pupils entered in this cohort was 11.  Each child represents 9%.

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