Ofsted & Performance
KS2: Year 6 provisional assessment information 2022
Number of pupils in the cohort: 33
Number of pupils involved in the progress score: 28 (80% of cohort)
The current data (Summer 2022) for the end of KS2 is stated below:
|% achieving the national standard||70%||52%||67%||73%||45%|
|Provisional National 2022||74%||69%||71%||72%||59%|
|% achieving the higher standard||36%||0%||18%||36%||0%|
|Provisional National 2022||27%||10%||21%||26%||6%|
|Pupils’ average scaled score||105||102||105|
|LA average scaled score 2022||104||103||105|
|National average scaled score 2022|
Interpreting the Progress Scores
The progress score measures the progress pupils make from the end of Year 2 through to the end of Year 6. Progress scores are centred around 0, with most schools within the range of -5 to +5.
- A score of 0 means pupils at St Philip’s CE Primary School, on average, do as well at KS2 as those children with similar prior attainment nationally
- A positive score means pupils at St Philip’s CE Primary School, on average, do better at KS2 as those children with similar prior attainment nationally.
- A negative score means pupils at St Philip’s CE Primary School, on average, do not do as well at KS2 as those children with similar prior attainment nationally.
A negative score does not mean that pupils did not make any progress, rather it means they made less progress than other pupils nationally with similar starting points.
Interpreting the Scaled Scores
At Key Stage 2, test results have been reported as scaled scores, with 100 as the ‘expected standard’ in reading, spelling, punctuation and grammar and mathematics.
*EGPS stands for English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling