School Data

In 2016, The Government introduced new measures to assess the outcomes of children by the end of Key Stage 1 and 2. Attainment and progress is no longer assessed by the old system of levels where a child would be expected to be a 'Level 4' by the end of Year 6. Children are now assessed against the 'expected standard' by the time they reach the end of the primary curriculum.

Progress in reading, writing and maths (2015/16 academic year summary)

These scores show how much progress pupils at this school made in reading, writing and maths between the end of Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2, compared to pupils across England who got similar results at the end of Key Stage 1.


The chart below shows how King Copse's progress scores compare with the England and Hampshire averages. The England average is based on state-funded mainstream schools in England.


Summary of 2016 Key Stage 2 Outcomes:

 

 Percentage of pupils meeting.... the expected standard
in reading, writing
and maths
 a higher standard
in reading, writing
and maths
 

School

 50%

 7%

Hampshire Average

 59%

 7%

National Average

 53%

 5%

This graph shows the average score of how well pupils performed in the Key Stage 2 reading test.

This graph shows the average score of how well pupils performed in the Key Stage 2 maths test.

Pupils do not sit Key Stage 2 tests for their overall writing ability.

A more detailed synopsis of the our Performance Table data can be found on the Department of Education website.

Alternatively, you can search for our school at the following link... www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables 

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