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Upton Cross Primary School

OUR RESULTS

   Early Years Foundation Stage (Summer 2019)

Children in Reception are assessed on their performance in 17 ‘Early Learning Goals’ across 7 ‘Areas of Learning’.  

Children are assessed as either ‘Emerging’, ‘Expected’ or ‘Exceeding’ in each of the 17 early learning goals.  

Area of Learning

ELG

ELG

% of children expected or exceeding

Total

Communication and language

1

Listening & Attention

84.1%

2

Understanding

83.2%

3

Speaking

79.9%

Physical development

4

Moving & Handling

93.3%

5

Health & Self-Care

91.6%

Personal, social and emotional development

6

Self-confidence & Self-Awareness

84.9%

7

Managing feelings & Behaviour

85.7%

8

Making relationships

86.5%

Literacy

9

Reading

74%

10

Writing

73.1%

Mathematics

11

Numbers

79.8%

12

Shapes, space and measures

79%

Understanding of the world

13

People & Communities

80.7%

14

The World

79%

15

Technology

89%

Expressive arts and design

16

Exploring and using media & materials

89.9%

17

Being imaginative

85.7%

 

Area

Upton Cross

National (2019)

Good Level of Development

70.6%

Not yet released

 

*Prime Areas = Communication and Language, Physical Development & Personal, Social and Emotional Development

**Specific Areas = Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding of the World & Expressive Arts and Design

Phonics Screening (Summer 2019)

All children are tested in their ability to decode 40 words at the end of Year 1.  Those who do not achieve the appropriate level at the end of Year 1 or who arrive at school after the end of Year 1 are assessed again at the end of Year 2.

Measure

Upton Cross

National

  • Percentage of Year 1 pupils who achieved appropriate level of phonic decoding

76.7%

Not yet released

  • Percentage of Year 2 pupils who achieved appropriate level of phonic decoding

60.5%

Not yet released

Key Stage 1 (Summer 2019)

At the end of Key Stage 1 (Year 2), children are teacher-assessed in Reading, Writing and Mathematics. 70.6% of the 2018-19 Year 2 cohort of pupils attended Upton Cross throughout Years 1 and 2.

Measure

Upton Cross

National

  • Percentage of pupils working at the expected standard (Whole cohort)

Reading 66% (at and above)

Writing 62%  (at and above)

Maths 78%  (at and above) 

Reading 

Writing 

Maths 

  • Percentage of pupils working at the expected standard (Pupils who attended Upton Cross throughout years 1 and 2)

Reading 77%  (at and above)

Writing 72%  (at and above)

Maths

85% (at and above)

  • Percentage of pupils working at greater depth

Reading  23% 

Writing 17% 

Maths 35% 

Reading 

Writing 

Maths 

Key Stage 2 (Summer 2019)

At the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6), children sit national tests in reading, English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (EGPS) and Mathematics and are teacher-assessed in Writing.

Measure

Upton Cross

National

  • Percentage of pupils who working at the expected standard

Reading 79% 

Writing 89% 

EGPS 93% 

Maths 90% 

Combined 83% 

Reading 73% 

Writing 78%

EGPS 78%

Maths 79%

Combined 65%

  • Average scaled score

Reading 106

Writing N/A

EGPS 110

Maths 107

Reading 104

Writing N/A

EGPS 106

Maths 105

  • Percentage of pupils working at greater depth

Reading 28%

Writing 23%

EGPS 46%

Maths 34%

Reading 

Writing 

EGPS 

Maths 

TBC

  • Average progress from Key Stage 1 (Year 2) to Key Stage 2 (Year 6)

Reading 2.3

Writing 2.9

EGPS N/A

Maths 3.7

Reading 0

Writing 0

EGPS N/A

Maths 0

More Information

Further information can be found on the Department for Education website accessed via the link below: 

http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/index.html