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How Well Are our Children Doing? Data Dashboard

Outcomes 2016 

Achievements and performance

The Academy is at the end of its third period of operation and continues to analyse both internal and external data rigorously in order to plan for further school improvement and  ensure all children achieve the best  results  that they can. We were disappointed that this year’s data results, for the end of key Stage 1, were lower than previous years.  The end of Key Stage 1 tests were challenging for all schools this year due to very late assessment guidance and the expectation that all children should reach 100% of expected KPIs.  A significant number of children taking the 2016 SATs entered reception with low levels  in speaking and listening, poor social skills and some with complex special needs. Even with significant interventions 26 of the children in this year group failed the Year 1 Phonic Check but by the end of Year 2 100% of children passed. Our outside learning curriculum allows children to investigate and explore the world in a practical way, which ensures that our children achieve well in science. This year in science 93% of children reached “expected” compared to 82% nationally. The progress that the children made was good especially considering the challenges some children met during their time with us. We value highly the partnership we have with parents, and we are well supported by the Governing Body to ensure that the children can be the best they can be. We are very proud of our children’s achievements.

 

KS1 Preliminary percentage of Pupils attaining or surpassing each level at Key Stage 1 by subject 2016: Teacher Assessment Levels 2016 end of Year 2016   SATs

S16

Year 2

Attainment Working below

Attainment Working Towards

Attainment Working at

Attainment Working in Depth

Attainment Expected or above

Attainment National Expected or above

Maths

6%

29%

48%

17%

65%

73%

Reading

10%

18%

44%

28%

72%

74%

Writing

10%

29%

46%

15%

61%

65%

 

S16

Year 2

Year 2 Expected Progress 3 points

Year 2 Below Expected Progress at 2 points

KS1

Expected Progress 7 points

KS1

Expected Progress missing by 1 point

KS1

Exceeding Progress

Maths

77%

23%

60%

37%

24%

Reading

81%

19%

67%

30%

35%

Writing

8%

20%

78%

20%

32%

 

PHONIC CHECK

Our performance in the Year  1 Phonic Check has been very cohort specific up until this year when we feel that the strategies we have put in place have made a difference to the results. The academic strength of this cohort was very similar to the 2015 cohort but the end of year results were better. A lot of interventions went into this cohort to ensure that the children passed the Phonic Check. The interventions  were  successful  and  will  continue.

 

Phonics Check

Year 1

2016

Year 2

2016

Pass rate

88%

100%

National

80.5%

93%

 

 

EARLY YEARS FOUNDATION  STAGE

This cohort of children entered Foundation Stage significantly below the national baseline but made very good progress.

 

2016    % meeting or exceeding Foundation Stage End of Year  Expectations.

Reading

Writing

Maths

77%

79%

80%

Below you will find the Data Dashboards produced by Ofsted for The Oaktree School over the last three years.  The dashboard shows how the school compares to other schools nationally over a range of areas.  As stated above the children taking the end of year SATs tests in 2016 were a complex group of children who faced many challenges and the assessment guidance given nationally was very confusing.  This added to the very formal testing system was very challenging for children with complex needs.  For the previous three years the average point score for our children, taking the end of KS1 SATs, had stayed above the national level.  These cohorts of children entered Reception below the national expectation and left the school above the expected level.  

Data Dashboard 2015 

 

2015 Achievements  and performance

The Academy is at the end of its second period of operation and continues to achieve above the National Average. Our end of Key Stage 1 results have remained consistently high year on year compared to national data. We are very proud of our children’s achievements. We analyse  both  internal  and  external  data  rigorously in order to plan for further school improvement. We value highly the  partnership  we  have with parents, and are well supported by the Governing   Body.

 

KS1 Preliminary percentage of Pupils attaining or surpassing each level at Key Stage 1 by subject 2015:

 

 

In line with the National  Average

Above the National Average

School Average Point Score (national)

 

Progress

 

Level 2c and above

Level 2b and above

Level 2a and above

Level 3 and above

Overall

Year 2

KS1

Speaking    and Listening

100% (Level 2)

40%

17.3

7.1

 

Reading

92%

84%

59%

42%

17.2 (16.5)

6.3

11.8

Writing

89%

71%

42%

9%

15.2 (15.1)

5.1

9.8

Mathematics

100%

80%

53%

39%

17.2 (16.2)

6.1

11.3

Science

100% (Level 2)

36%

17.2

6.7

 

 

Key Stage 1

Once again our children achieved at or above the national levels in the 2015 end of Key Stage 1 tests. A high percentage of children in this cohort were below the national expectation upon entering reception.  Speaking  and Listening and Social Skills were areas for development. The end of Key Stage results were particularly pleasing because the value added results (the progress the children make from starting school to the end of   Year  2) were good or above.  The average expected progress across Year 1 and Year 2 is 10 points.   This  year the children taking the end of KS1 SATs  achieved reading 11.8,  writing 9.8 and maths 11.3.  A large  number of children across the year group were recognized as having special needs but, with the right support, they made good progress and were working towards becoming independent learners. Next year we will be working to improve progress in  writing.

 

Attendance 

The Data Dashboard indicates that attendance for Statemented and EHCP children is poor.  This is not true for all children and attendance for this group of children is generally good.  There were two children who entered Reception in September 2014 who we felt needed a phased start to school life to ensure successful transition from pre-school to main school.  The transition plans meant that the children attended part time for a large part of the year.  These children are now successfully attending school full time. Another child had significant health issues and needed hospital care for most of the year.  

 

Achievements and Performance

The Academy is at the end of its first period of operation and continues to achieve above the National Average.  Our end of Key Stage 1 results have remained consistently high year on year compared to national data. We are very proud of our children’s achievements.  We analyse both internal and external data rigorously in order to plan for further school improvement. We value highly the partnership we have with parents, and are well supported by the Governing Body. 

SATs Results 2014

 

In line with the National Average

Above the National Average

School Average Point Score (national)

 

Progress

 

Level 2c and above

Level 2b and above

Level 2a and above

Level 3 and above

Overall

Year 2

KS1

Total

Speaking and Listening

100% (Level 2)

37%

17.1

4.4

 

Reading

99%

90%

50%

43%

17.9 (16.5)

5.7

12.3

Writing

95%

76%

40%

20%

15.8 (15.1)

4.6

9.5

Mathematics

99%

85%

61%

41%

17.5 (16.2)

6.3

11.6

Science

100% (Level 2)

34%

16.8

5.5

 

Key Stage 1

Once again our children achieved above national levels in the 2014 end of Key Stage 1 tests. The results were particularly pleasing because the value added results (the progress the children make from starting school to the end of Year 2) were good or above.  This group of children started in Reception below the national expected level and left at the end of Year 2 above the national expected level.  The average expected level of progress across Year 1 and Year 2 is 10 points.  This year the children taking the end of KS1 SATs achieved reading 11.08, writing 9.4 and maths 11.6.  A large number of children across the year group were recognized as having special needs but, with the right support, they made good progress and were working towards becoming independent learners.

 

Foundation Stage

The average point score for the children entering Reception for the last 6 years has been below the expected level and the children display a wide range of learning needs. This was true of the 2013 cohort and we are delighted that the children have made excellent progress academically and developed improved social and learning skills.  At the end of Reception the children were achieving in-line with their peers across Surrey and above in reading and writing.  

Ofsted Data Dashboard 2013

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