Pupil Achievement Data

Key Stage 2 Results- 2017

Pupil achievement May 2017   In EYFS 69% of children achieved a GLD (good level of development). This is in line with Dorset but below National (71%)   Overall children achieved very well in the Year 6 assessments. All results are well above the National and the Dorset LA results. Overall 76% of pupils met the expected standard in all three subjects combined, well above the government floor target of 65% and significantly higher than the Dorset figure of 57% and the national figure of 61%. In writing, which was teacher-assessed, 10% of pupils were working at greater depth in the school below the national result of 23%. The school believe that they were rigorous when assessing children’s writing, making sure they had evidence that children were fully secure in all aspects of writing before assessing them as exceeding age related expectations. DfE figures show all groups of pupils made good progress, particularly in reading (+1.4) and maths (+2.0) where progress was above the national average. Maths and GPS are significantly above national and Reading is also well above the national average. All progress measures are well above government floor targets.     Mrs Sandy and the Abbey team November 2016

DfE School performance tables

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