School Performance & Data

End of Key Stage Two Assessment Data

2016-17 (unvalidated)

 

Attainment

Number of children in cohort: 17 (each child = 6%)

Kimberley

National

Difference

% of pupils who achieved the expected in Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined

59%

61%

No statistical difference

% of pupils who achieved a high score in Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined.

6%

9%

No statistical difference

 

 

Kimberley

National

Difference

% of pupils achieving the expected standard in Reading

65%

71%

+6%

% of pupils achieving a high standard in Reading

35%

25%

-10%

% of pupils achieving the expected standard in Writing (Teacher Assessment)

76%

76%

0

% of pupils working at greater depth within the expected standard in writing (Teacher Assessment)

12%

18%

+6%

% of pupils achieving the expected standard in Mathematics

76%

75%

No statistical difference

% of pupils achieving a high standard in mathematics

29%

23%

-6%

% of pupils achieving the expected standard in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

76%

76%

0

% of pupils achieving a high standard in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

24%

18%

-6%

 

Average Scales Scores

 

Kimberley

National

Difference

Reading

104

104

0

Mathematics

104

104

0

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

104

104

0

 

Progress Measures: KS1 to KS2

 

Kimberley

National Floor Targets

National

Reading

2.1

-5

Kimberley is in the top 25% of schools

Writing

1.1

-7

Kimberley is in the top 35% of schools

Maths

1.8

-5

Kimberley is in the top 25% of schools

 

Headlines

-  There were 17 children in the cohort – each child represents 6%

-  80% of pupil premium pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics combined

-  33% of pupil premium pupils were working at greater depth in writing

-  Attainment of pupils in all the measures is in line or above the national average

-  Progress of pupils in reading, writing and maths is above the national floor targets

-  Attainment of pupils in reading, writing and maths is in line with the national average (statistically)

-  SEN children made expected progress from KS1

Our School Improvement Plan has identified areas for improvement which include continuing to raise the attainment and progress of pupils in English and Maths (particularly middle and higher attainers) as priority areas for this year.

 

 

You can see that latest performance data for Kimberley Primary School on the Department for Education website

 

Ofsted last visited the school for a full inspection in May 2015. 

HMI carried out a monitoring inspection visit in July 2017.

 

You can download both reports from the Ofsted website.