Achievements & Results

We are very proud of all the children’s achievements at Gayton Junior School. At the end of Year 6, children take their SAT tests, which assess their levels in English and Maths. Children have been tested on the new, more challenging National Curriculum since 2016. Results are no longer reported as levels, and each pupil now receives their test results as a scaled score and teacher assessments based on standards in the interim framework.

Because of the changes set out above, figures are no longer comparable to those before 2016. The expectations for pupils at the end of Key Stage 2 have been raised and given the differences in the curriculum and assessments, levels are not comparable with scaled scores or teacher assessment outcomes.

The expected standard in the tests is a scaled score of 100 or above.

This table shows the levels our Year 6 children achieved at the end of Key Stage 2 in 2017.

Number of pupils at the end of Key Stage 2 = 92

Figures may not total 100% because of rounding.

Reading Writing Maths GAPS Combined RWM
Percentage of Pupils Working at Expected Level+ 72% 91% 92% 85% 68%
National Average 71% 76% 75% 77% 61%
Percentage of Pupils Working at Greater Depth 18% 32% 20% 32% 9%
National Average NA NA NA NA NA
Average Scaled Score 104 106 107
National Average Scaled Score 104 104 106
Progress Outcomes -1.4 +2.01 +0.2

 

This table shows the levels our Year 6 children achieved at the end of Key Stage 2 in 2016.

Number of pupils at the end of Key Stage 2 = 91

Figures may not total 100% because of rounding.

Reading Writing Maths GAPS Combined RWM
Percentage of Pupils Working at Expected Level+ 64% 89% 84% 81% 55%
National Average 66% 74% 70% 72% 53%
Percentage of Pupils Working at Greater Depth 20% 37% 24% 25% 8%
National Average 19% 15% 17% 23% 5%
Average Scaled Score 102.8 104.3 105.1
National Average Scaled Score 103 103 104
Progress Outcomes 0.5 4.1 1.4

Click here to visit the DfE website for 2016 pupil performance data. The DfE expect to publish the results for 2017 between October 2017 and March 2018.

The link below will take you to our analysis of how we spent our pupil premium funds.

Click here to read our 2017 Pupil Premium Report.

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