## Performance Data

In 2017 we had 5 pupils in our Year 6 cohort and we therefore do not publish data due to the possibility of identification of individuals. We have left the information from 2016 in place so that stakeholders have a sense of how performance data works, although we can say that all outcomes have improved in the 2017 cohort.

In 2016 50% of our 10 pupils (10% per pupil) achieved the expected level or above in Reading, Writing and Maths at the end of Key Stage Two (Year 6).

This compares with 53% achieving this level nationally.

**Please click here to link to the government analysis of our school's data.**

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**Please note that neither the link above nor the information below includes data focused on groups such as disadvantaged pupils as the numbers fall below 7, meaning that they are not published due to the risk of identifying individuals.**

**Analysis of Data 2016-17 Cohorts:**

**Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Data:**

66.7% of our 6 pupils (16.7% per pupil) achieved Good Level of Development*.

This compares with 69% nationally in 2016.

*% of children attaining the Early Learning Goals (ELGs) or exceeding the ELGS in Personal, Social and Emotional Development,Physical Development, Communication and Language and Mathematics and Literacy)

**Year 1 Phonics Test Data:**

85.7% of our 7 children (14.3% per pupil) achieved the expected standard in the phonics test.

This compares with 81% nationally in 2016.

**Key Stage One (Year 2) Data:**

55.6% of our 9 pupils (11.1% per pupil) achieved the expected standard (or above) in Reading, Writing and Maths at the end of Key Stage One (Year 2).

66.7% of our 9 pupils (11.1% per pupil) achieved the expected standard (or above) in Reading at the end of Key Stage One (Year 2).

This compares with 74% nationally in 2016.

55.6% of our 9 pupils (11.1% per pupil) achieved the expected standard (or above) in Writing at the end of Key Stage One (Year 2).

This compares with 65% nationally in 2016.

77.8% of our 9 pupils (11.1% per pupil) achieved the expected standard (or above) in Maths at the end of Key Stage One (Year 2).

This compares with 73% nationally in 2016.

**Key Stage Two (Year 6) Attainment Data:**

****2016 Cohort data - 2017 data is not published due to small cohort numbers****

50% of our 10 pupils (10% per pupil) achieved the expected standard (or above) in Reading, Writing and Maths at the end of Key Stage Two (Year 6).

60% of our 10 pupils (10% per pupil) achieved the expected standard (or above) in Reading at the end of Key Stage Two (Year 6).

This compares with 66% nationally in 2016.

60% of our 10 pupils (10% per pupil) achieved the expected standard (or above) in Writing at the end of Key Stage Two (Year 6).

This compares with 74% nationally in 2016.

50% of our 10 pupils (10% per pupil) achieved the expected standard (or above) in Maths at the end of Key Stage Two (Year 6).

This compares with 70% nationally in 2016.

50% of our 10 pupils (10% per pupil) achieved the expected standard (or above) in English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling at the end of Key Stage Two (Year 6).

This compares with 72% nationally in 2016.

**Key Stage Two (Year 6) Scaled Scores and Progress Data:**

****2016 Cohort data - 2017 data is not published due to small cohort numbers****

The average score per pupil was 102.5 in Reading, compared with 102.6 nationally.

The Reading progress score was -1.19.

The average score per pupil was 98.3 in Maths, compared with 103.0 nationally.

The Maths progress score was -5.88.

The Writing progress score was -3.90. (As this is not gauged by a test, there is no average score for writing).

The average score per pupil was 102.0 in English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling, compared with 104.0 nationally. (As pupils were not tested in this area at the end of Key Stage One, there is no progress score).