GSO Test

How do our pupils perform?

2019 Results

The percentage of KS2 pupils achieving the required standard 

 

St.Peter’s

National

R/W/M combined

74%

65%

Reading

81%

73%

Writing

74%

78%

Maths

81%

79%

Grammar, punctuation & spelling

81%

78%

The average of all KS2 pupils’ scaled scores

 

St.Peter’s

National 

Reading

108

104

Maths

111

105

Grammar, punctuation & spelling

108

106

The percentage of KS2 pupils who achieve higher than the expected standard

 

St.Peter’s

National

Reading

48%

27%

Writing (greater depth)

30%

20%

Maths

44%

27%

Grammar, punctuation & spelling

59%

36%

R/W/M combined

22%

11%


* To achieve a high standard, a pupil must receive a scaled score of 110+

** Pupil has to achieve 110 scaled score in reading and maths, plus ‘greater depth’ at writing.

The progress measures are a type of value added measure which means that pupils’ results are compared to the actual achievements of other pupils nationally with similar prior (KS1) attainment. A school progress score of 0 means pupils on average do about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally. A positive score means pupils on average do better at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.

 

St.Peter’s

Reading

+3.1

Writing

-0.7

Maths

+0.8

The percentage of KS1 pupils achieving the required standard 

 

St.Peter’s

National

Reading

60%

75%

Writing

60%

69%

Maths

70%

76%

The percentage of KS1 pupils who achieve higher than the expected standard

 

St.Peter’s

National

Reading 

20%

25%

Writing

10%

15%

Maths

20%

22%

 Phonics Screening - The percentage of children achieving the required standard

St.Peter’s

National 

75%

82%

 Early Years Foundation Stage

 

St.Peter’s

National 

% Good level of development

75%

72%

A Good Level of Development is defined as children working at the expected standard or exceeding the expected standard in the key areas of literacy, maths, physical development, communication and language and personal, social and emotional development.

Click here for the Department of Education School Performance Tables