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 Bishop John Robinson C of E Primary School

Bishop John Robinson C of E Primary School

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Exam and Assessments


A summary of data for the past three years is available to download at the bottom of this page.

Early Years Foundation Stage

  • 85% GLD in 2019
  • Best EYFS outcomes for 4 years
  • Upward trend since 2017

Phonics

  • 85% WA in 2019
  • Above national average for 4 years apart from 2018
  • 87% WA by end of Y2 in 2019
  • Some progress from 2018 (1 child went from 15/40 to 40/40)
  • First time below national for 4 years

KS1 SATs

At Expected…

Reading 67%

Writing 53%

Maths 70%

RWM 50%

  • Lower than National (2018)outcomes for KS1
  • Progress made from Reception is good

Greater depth…

Reading 23% (National 26%)

Writing 17% (National 16%)

Maths 23% (National 22%)

RWM 13% (National (12%)

  • Above National (2018) in 3 areas
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KS2 SATs

 

 

National 2019

BJR 2019

Reading @ expected std

73%

88%

Reading @ higher std

27%

28%

Reading Average scaled score

104

106

Writing @ expected std

78%

80%

Writing @ higher std

20%

24%

Maths @ expected std

79%

92%

Maths @ higher std

27%

28%

Maths Average scaled score

105

106

Grammar @ expected std

78%

88%

Grammar @ higher std

36%

24%

Grammar Average scaled score

106

108

RWM combined @ expected

65%

76%

RWM combined @ higher

11%

8%

Maths progress

0.0

-0.7

Reading Progress

0.0

0.3

Writing progress

0.0

-0.9

 
  • Higher than national average @ expected in all individual subjects
  • Maths (School Improvement Priority 1) at expected is the highest the school has seen for some time including an average scaled score above 2018 national average. This a result of a combination of; quality first teaching, targeted support, two years of Mastery maths teaching and whole school focus on maths, maths leadership, investment in Y6 maths intervention, excellent attendance and parental support.
  • Reading (School improvement Priority 2) while the National average dipped this year, the BJR score is the highest the school has seen for some time including an average scaled score above the 2018 national average. This is a result of a combination of; quality first teaching, targeted support (including booster classes), whole school focus on the teaching and assessment of reading, reading leadership, investment in books, excellent attendance and parental support.
  • Grammar, punctuation and spelling (GPS) is well above this year’s national including an average scaled score above the 2018 national average.