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OFSTED Analysis of Attainment & Progress for Bishop Ellis Primary School 2019.

 

Headlines:

  • The attainment of pupils at Bishop Ellis School is consistently above national and the local authority both at the expected standard and at the higher standard. This means children do much better than most schools. The table below compares the attainment of Year 6 Children in 2019.




     
  • The next two tables show comparative percentages between the school, Leicestershire Local Authority and all schools nationally for attaining at the standard and above the standard for all three core subjects (reading, writing and maths).

    Comparison of Year 6 Pupils Attaining the Standard from 2017-2019

 

      Comparison of Pupils Attaining Above the Standard from 2017-2019

 

 

 

Progress at Bishop Ellis Primary School.

  • Whilst attainment is important, schools are primarily judged on their progress. This is how children have attained from their starting points.
  • Progress at Bishop Ellis Primary School is consistently strong with OFSTED analysis showing that the school is usually above national in all subjects and sometimes well above national.
  • The tables below show the progress for Year 6 pupils for Summer 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

DfE School Performance Tables for 2019

 

Details of our school performance can be found at the Government Website within this link. Compare Bishop Ellis outcomes with other schools locally and nationally.

 

The Real Schools' Guide (Leicester Mercury school rating website)

 

Click here to find out why we are rated as a 5 Star School by the Leicester Mercury.

 

Click here to compare our school with other schools in Leicestershire.

 

 

 

 

KS2 Outcomes for 2016-2017

 

Congratulations again to all our Year 6 pupils who worked incredibly hard with fantastic attitudes over the year.

 

Key Stage 2 Test Results 2016-2017

 

Reading

Writing*

Maths

SPG

Attained the Standard (STD)

78%

(NAT:71%)

84%

(NAT: 76%)

 

80%

(NAT:75%)

 

86%

(NAT:77%)

Average Scaled Score

 

105

(NAT:104)

NA

105

(NAT:104)

107

(NAT:106)

Attained Greater Depth in Test (GDS)

28%

(NAT: 25%)

34%

(NAT:18%)

28%

(NAT: 23%)

34%

(NAT:31%)

Progress Indicator

+2.4

 

+3.6

 

+1.7

 

NA

 

 

 

 

 

Reading, Writing and Maths (RWM)

STD: 68%

(NAT: 61%)

GDS: 18%

(NAT: 9%)

 

 

 

 

*writing is teacher assessment as there is no test.

SPG = Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

Summary

  • The outcomes are once again above national for all subjects.
  • Progress from starting points is again very high; the national progress indicator is zero.
  • A high proportion of children achieved the higher standard in each subject again all exceeding national.

KS2 Outcomes for 2015-2016

 

Congratulations to all our Year 6 pupils who worked incredibly hard with fantastic attitudes over the year.

Key Stage 2 Results 2016

 

Reading

SPG*

Writing

Maths

Test Outcome

78%

 (NAT: 66%)

78%

(NAT: 72%)

NA

86%

(NAT: 70%)

Test Greater Depth

40%

(NAT: 19%)

36%

(NAT: 23%)

NA

30%

(NAT: 17%)

Average Scaled Score

106 (NAT:103)

106

(NAT: 104)

NA

106

(NAT: 103)

Teacher Assessment

96%

NA

84%

(NAT: 74%)

86%

Greater Depth TA**

 

46%

NA

36%

(NAT: 15%)

58%

 

Progress Indicator (zero means in line with national)

Read: +3.5 (1.7-5.3)

Write: +3.7 (1.9-5.5)

Maths: +2.6 (1.1-4.1)

 

*SPG: Spelling, Grammar & Punctuation.

**TA: Teacher Assessment

NAT- compares school with the national outcomes.

 

Interim Overview for 2015-2016

 

  • 72% of pupils attained the new standard in reading, writing and maths compared to 53% at national.
  • The percentage of pupils at the school attaining the new standard was above national in  in all subjects.
  • Reading: 12% above; SPG: 6% above; Writing: 10% above; Maths: 16%.
  • The average scaled score for the tests was also above national for all subjects (see table above).
  • Attainment at greater depth in writing was 36%.
  • Teacher assessments for writing were fully validated by a formal visit from Leicestershire LA.
  • Progress is well above national.

Progress and results will be validated by the OFSTED data analysis documents which will be released in November 2016.

Key Stage 2 Results 2014 & 2015

 

Key Stage 2 Results 2015

  Reading Writing Maths
Level 4+ 96%  87%  89% 
Level 5+ 47%  32%  43%
Level 6 0%  0% 11%
       
2+ Levels progress 98% 100% 94% 
3+ Levels progress 40% 49% 43%
Level 4+ Ma/Re/Wr 81%    
Level 5+ Ma/Re/Wr 21%    

 

Overview for 2014-2015

 

  • 32% of pupils in Year 6 scored Level 5 (above average) in Maths, reading and writing (national was 24%).
  • 98% of pupils made two levels of progress in English from Key Stage 1 (7% higher than the average nationally).
  • 95% of pupils made two levels of progress in Maths from Key Stage 1 (6% higher than the average nationally).
  • 57% of pupils made three levels of progress (exceptional) in Maths from KS1.
  • 57% of pupils made three levels of progress (exceptional) in Reading from KS1.
  • 45% of pupils made three levels of progress (exceptional) in Writing from KS1.

 

 

 

Key Stage 2 Results   2014

  Reading   (Test) Writing   (TA) Maths   (Test)
Level   4+ 93%   93%   93%  
Level 5+ 66% 41% 59%
Level 6+   2.3% 16%
       
2+ Levels progress 98% 98% 95%
3+ Levels progress 57% 45% 57%
Level 4+ Ma/Re/Wr 89%    
Level 5+ Ma/Re/Wr 32%    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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