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Performance data

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BPJS end of KS2 headline data 2018 and 2019 comparison:

 

EXS 2018

EXS 2019

GDS 2018

GDS 2019

Reading

75%

75%  =

26%

27%  ↑

Writing

67%

71%  ↑

8%

14%  ↑

Maths

66%

83%  ↑

22%

28%  ↑

GPS

80%

79%  ↓

32%

42%  ↑

Science

89%

75%  ↓

 

 

RWM

51%

65.6/ 66% ↑

8%

10%  ↑

 

BPJS end of KS2 2019 comparison with Local LA and National (Nat) data

 

BPJS EXS

BPJS GDS

LA EXS

LA GDS

Nat. EXS

Nat. GDS

Reading

75%  ↑

27% ↑

70%

24%

73%

27%

writing

71%  ↓

14% ↓

74%

18%

78%

21%

maths

83%  ↑

28% ↑

76%

24%

79%

27%

GPS

79%  ↑

42% ↓

75%

30%

78%

36%

Science

75%  ↓

 

77%

 

 

 

RWM

65.6/ 66% ↑

10% ↑↓

61%

9%

64%

11%

EXS – expected standard

GDS – greater depth standard.

 

We made significant gains in our results at the end of academic year 2018-19 particularly in maths:

Reading – maintained

Writing - improved by 4%

Maths - improved by 17%

 

Most importantly, we made great gains in our combined score; RWM combined - improved by 15% from 51% to 65.5% which is just above floor standard and higher than national average.  Improvements were due to several factors including the Year 6 year group leader returning from maternity; new leader in place for maths and the arrival of the new head teacher and the changes implemented (new tracking and target setting system, new curriculum including Power of Reading, new timetables, greater partnership working with parents). 

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