The following data represents our end of key stage assessment test results.

We were so very proud of our year six this year, who showed excellent powers of resilience and determination. The results below are just a part of the excellent and successful year they had.

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Percentage acheiving the expected standard

St Margaret’s Dudley National
Reading 58% 66% 71%
Writing 65% 73% 76%
Maths 69% 71% 75%
Grammar, spelling and punctuation 73% 73% 77%

Percentage acheiving a high standard

St Margaret’s Dudley National
Reading 31% 19% 25%
Writing 31% 14% 18%
Maths 19% 17% 23%
Grammar, spelling and punctuation 31% 26% 31%

Percentage achieving expected standard in reading, writing and maths combined

St Margaret’s Dudley National
Reading, writing, maths 58% 55% 61%

Percentage achieving a high standard in reading, writing and maths combined

St Margaret’s Dudley National
Reading, writing, maths 15% 6% 9%

Average scaled scores

St Margaret’s Dudley National
Reading 102.1 102.8 104.1
Maths 102.6 103 104.2
Grammar, spelling and punctuation 105.3 105 106

Progress measures

St Margaret’s
Reading -3.88
Maths -1.29
Writing -3.17
With the introduction of the 2014 national curriculum and the new and more challenging end of key stage tests in May 2016, comparisons in performance are not possible and the DfE have made it clear that schools should not compare this year’s assessment data with previous years.
*Unvalidated results

Percentage acheiving the expected standard

St Margaret’s Dudley National
Reading 63% 61% 66%
Writing 77% 73% 74%
Maths 67% 66% 70%
Grammar, spelling and punctuation 60% 69% 72%

Percentage acheiving a high standard

St Margaret’s Dudley National
Reading 17% 14% 19%
Writing 40% 28% 15%
Maths 13% 12% 17%
Grammar, spelling and punctuation 13% 18% 23%

Percentage achieving expected standard in reading, writing and maths combined

St Margaret’s Dudley National
Reading, writing, maths 53% 48% 53%

Percentage achieving a high standard in reading, writing and maths combined

St Margaret’s Dudley National
Reading, writing, maths 3% 4% 5%

Average scaled scores

St Margaret’s Dudley National
Reading 101 101 103
Maths 103 102 103
Grammar, spelling and punctuation 100 103 104

Progress measures

St Margaret’s Dudley National
Reading -1.1 -1.5 0
Maths +0.9 -1.9 0
Writing +3.7 -0.1 0

Progress measure - disadvantaged children

St Margaret’s Dudley National
Reading 0 -2.4 0
Maths +2.9 -1.7 0
Writing +3.8 -0.3 0

Percentage achieving expected progress in reading, writing and maths

Reading Writing Maths
2015 - 30 children 97% - 28/29 children 100% - 29/29 children 93% - 27/29 children
2014 - 30 children 97% - 29/30 children 100% - 30/30 children 93% - 28/30 children
2013 - 27 children 92% - 25/27 children 96% - 26/27 children 92% - 25/27 children
2012 - 31 children
English 100%
87%

Percentage achieving level 4 or above in reading and writing

2015 2014 (1 child = 3.3%) 2013 (1 child = 3.7%) 2012 (1 child = 3.2%) 2011 (1 child = 3%)
Reading 93% - 28/30 children Reading 73% - 22/30 children Reading 85% - 23/27 children English 81% - 25/31 children English 82% - 27/33 children
Writing 97% - 29/30 children Writing 73% - 22/30 children Writing 81% - 22/27 children

Percentage achieving level 5 or above in reading and writing

2015 (1 child = 3.3%) 2014 (1 child = 3.3%) 2013 (1 child = 3.7%) 2012 (1 child = 3.2%) 2011 (1 child = 3%)
Reading 50% - 15/30 children Reading 53% - 16/30 children Reading 48% - 13/27 children English 42% - 13/31 children English 39% - 13/33 children
Writing 47% - 14/30 children Writing 40% - 12/30 children Writing 48% - 13/27 children

Percentage achieving level 4 or above in maths

2015 (1 child = 3.3%) 2014 (1 child = 3.3%) 2013 (1 child = 3.7%) 2012 (1 child = 3.2%) 2011 (1 child = 3%)
93% - 28/30 children 80% - 24/30 children 89% - 24/27 children 77% - 24/31 children 76% - 11/33 children

Percentage achieving level 5 or above in maths

2015 (1 child = 3.3%) 2014 (1 child = 3.3%) 2013 (1 child = 3.7%) 2012 (1 child = 3.2%) 2011 (1 child = 3%)
33% - 10/30 children 33% - 10/30 children 32% - 10/31 children 33% - 11/33 children

Percentage achieving level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths

2015 (1 child = 3.3%) 2014 (1 child = 3.3%) 2013 (1 child = 3.7%) 2012 (1 child = 3.2%) 2011 (1 child = 3%)
90% 63% 78% 68% 67%
*2015 is un-validated data