Where Children Flourish

Attainment

 We were delighted with last year’s KS2 outcomes in SATs tests and the writing teacher’s assessments.

Please see below for the headline figures or go to the government website for more details.

DfE school performance website 

Children’s attainment was close to national averages. The biggest achievement was in writing and maths, where the number of children achieving at greater depth was above national averages.

This page gives you a summary of the attainment of our pupils at the end of Key Stage 2 (at age 11 years).  These are our most recent results for the academic year ending July 2018.  These are provisional results - final information about school assessments will be published in government performance tables in December.

The table shows the percentage of children reaching the expected standard in National Curriculum tests and assessments in English and mathematics at the end of Year 6.

 

Subject

Rose Hill School

Oxfordshire

All of England

 

% at expected level

% at greater depth

Average scaled score

% at expected level

% at greater depth

Average scaled score

% at expected level

% at greater depth

Average scaled score

Reading

72

19

103.2

77

NYA

102.9

75

28

105

Writing

75

42

 

77

NYA

 

78

20

 

Maths

67

28

102.9

75

NYA

104.2

76

24

104.4

Grammar, punctuation and spelling

72

33

103.7

NYA

NYA

NYA

78

34

106.2

Combined reading, writing and maths

58

11

 

64

10

 

64

10

 

 

 

Note: there will be validated results for our school available on the DfE school performance website  from December 2018

 

Pupil Progress

We are delighted that our children made better progress than children nationally last year- this is a huge achievement!

 

This page gives you a summary of the progress of our pupils at the end of Key Stage 2 (at age 11 years), from the end of KS1 (Year Two)  These are our most recent results for the academic year ending July 2018.  These are provisional results - final information about school assessments will be published in government performance tables in December.

 

The progress measure is around 0: that is, if the number is 0 that means children have made expected progress. If it is below, it means that they have made less than expected progress, and above means more than expected progress.

This table shows a further improvement on last year’s outcomes.

As you can see from the table below, children did not quite make expected progress in writing, but they made better than expected progress in reading and better in maths.

Subject

Rose Hill School

Oxfordshire

All of England

Reading

2.48 (above average for the country)

-NYA

*

Writing

5.44 (well above average for the country)

-NYA

*

Maths

2.59 (average for the country)

-NYA

*

 

Note: there will be validated results for our school available on the  DfE school performance website from December