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Underpinning principles for assessment at Morley Primary

 

At Morley Primary, we believe that assessment should be fit for purpose. Below are our guiding principles, which have been developed following the NAHT’s report of the Commission on Assessment, and adapted to ensure that our pupils’ needs are met. Further details can be found in our school Planning and Assessment Policy, located here:

  1. Assessment is at the heart of teaching and learning – it guides learning and enables progress to be identified
  2. Assessment is for all pupils and meets all needs
  3. Assessment is open, transparent and regularly moderated both within school, and by external professionals

  4. Assessment is ambitious and sets high expectations for all – we believe that all children can achieve

  5. Assessment draws on a wide range of evidence to provide a complete picture of achievement

  6. Assessment is consistent and recorded in ways which are easily managed and recorded

  7. Assessment outcomes provide meaningful and understandable information

  8. Assessment feedback should inspire greater effort and a belief that, through hard work and practice, more can be achieved

 

 

Attainment

We are delighted that we have received another letter from the DfE congratulating the school on its performance in the 2017 KS2 assessments. This is particularly pleasing as it means that we maintain our high standards under the new, harder, assessment framework. This is the fourth such letter in the last 5 years. Well done to all pupils, parents and staff.

Please find below relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables. 

 

Please note that, due to our small cohort sizes, one pupil may equate to as much as 12.5%

Group results

 

Attainment results for pupils with SEND, or in receipt of Pupil Premium funding are available to parents individually. Due to cohort size, the numbers of these pupils are few, and to publish results would risk identification of individual children.

 

In 2016, we recognised that our attainment and progress in reading was not as it has been historically. It was not appropriate to compare previous years' data with this as pupils were assessed in a new way, and against a new curriculum, and the tests were far harder.

 

However, we addressed this in school and made many developments in reading. We were delighted that end of year results in 2017 were significantly improved.

2017 Attainment and Progress

EYFS (11 pupils 1 pupil = 9%)

 

% of pupils attaining a Good Level of Development (GLD)

 

School Derbyshire
  National

82%

27% GLD+ in English, 45% GLD+ in maths

All pupils made expected progress

72% made accelerated progress in English

91% made accelerated progress in maths

71%
  70%

 

Phonics screening check

(Y1: 13 pupils 1 pupil = 7.7%)

(Y2: 13 pupils 1 pupil = 7.7%)

 

  School Derbyshire National
Year 1
  84.6%
  79.2%
  81%
By end of Year 2
  100%
  77.3%
  91%

 

KS1 assessments Year 2 (13 pupils 1 pupil = 7.7%)
  Reading     Writing     Maths     Science    
  Emerging Expected Exceeding Emerging Expected Exceeding Emerging Expected Exceeding Emerging Expected Exceeding
School 7.7% 92% 23% 15% 85% 23% 15% 85% 31% 15% 85% 15%
Derbyshire                        
National                        

 

92% of pupils in Y2 made expected progress in English, and 77% in maths. 15% made accelerated progress.
KS2 Year 6 (11 pupils: 1 pupil = 9%)
  Reading     Writing     SPAG     Maths     Science    
  Emerging Expected Exceeding Emerging Expected Exceeding Emerging Expected Exceeding Emerging Expected Exceeding Emerging Expected Exceeding
School 0% 100% 82% 0% 100% 64% 0% 100% 82% 0% 100% 73% 0% 100% 73%
Derbyshire 29.4% 70.6% 24.2% 24.7% 75.3% 19.8% 24% 76% 27.8% 26% 74% 20.4% 16.8% 83.2%  
National 29% 71% 25% 24% 76% 18% 23% 77% 31% 25% 75% 23% 18% 82% 18%

 

Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined (RWM)

 

  Expected Exceeding
School 100% 55%
Derbyshire 59.2% 8.6%
National 61% 9%

 

Average Scaled Score
  Reading Maths GPS
School 115 112.3 115
National 104 106 104

 

Progress measures KS2
All pupils made expected progress in all subjects. 63% of pupils made accelerated progress in English, with 72% in maths and 54% in science.
  Confidence levels Progress scores
Reading 5.5 to 13.3 9.4
Writing 2.7 to 10.1 6.4
Maths 3.6 to 10.6 7.1

 

2018 Attainment and Progress

EYFS (12 pupils 1 pupil = 8.3%)

 

% of pupils attaining a Good Level of Development (GLD)

 

School Derbyshire
  National

75%

42% GLD+ in English, 42% GLD+ in maths

All pupils made expected progress

68% made accelerated progress in English

58% made accelerated progress in maths

   

 

   
   
   

Phonic screening check

(Y1: 10 pupils 1 pupil = 10%)

(Y2: 12 pupils 1 pupil = 8.3%)

 

  School Derbyshire National
Year 1 100%    
By end of Year 2 100%    

 

KS1 assessments Year 2 (12 pupils 1 pupil = 8.3%)

 

  Reading     Writing     Maths     Science    
  Emerging Expected Exceeding
Emerging    
Expected  
Exceeding Emerging Expected Exceeding Emerging Expected Exceeding
School 8.3% 91% 68% 8.3% 91% 33% 8.3% 91% 50% 8.3% 91% 50%
Derbyshire                        
National                        

 

100% of pupils made expected progress. 33% made accelerated progress in English and 42% in maths. 

KS2 assessments Year 6 (11 pupils 1 pupil = 9%)

 

  Reading     Writing     SPAG     Maths     Science    
  Emerging Expected Exceeding Emerging Expected Exceeding Emerging Expected Exceeding Emerging Expected Exceeding Emerging Expected Exceeding
School   100% 64%   100% 77%   100% 91%   100% 55%   100% 63%
Derbyshire                              
National   75%     78%   78%       76%        

 

Reading, Writing and Maths combined (RWM)

 

  Expected Exceeding
School 100% 25%
Derbyshire 63.7% 10%
National 64%  

 

Average Scaled Score

 

  Reading Maths GPS
School 111 110 115
National 105 104 106

 

Progress measures KS2

 

All pupils made expected progress in all subjects. 63% made accelerated progress in English, 48% in maths and 50% in science.

 

  Confidence levels Progress scores
Reading    
Writing    
Maths    

 

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