School Performance Data

The GOV.UK comparison website is HERE

Summer 2022

This year our children had formal assessments in reception ( baseline), year 2 SATS and Year 6 Sats. The data and comparisons are attached below. The Government has asked that we compare this year's results with 2019 results which we have added below. Sadly, we do not feel that they are a direct comparsion after the 2 years of disrupted and catch up learning but we are proud of what our staff and pupils have achieved and as a school, have made plans for improvements for the 2022 2023 school year. See a separate page on our website for our school action plan 2022/2023.

Please note for year 6 data, we are awaiting 2 children's test results for Reading, Maths and Grammar and an additional child's reading scores. The error has been logged with Assessment at the DFE on 5th July and we are awaiting their response. This means that our data is listed to include 16 pupils' results not the 18 pupils on roll for year 6 in 2022. The accurate comparison data will be updated as soon as we receive the results. 

Early Learning Goals ( EYFS) 2022

* National Data to be confirmed – taken from FFT documentation

Early Learning Goals

 

School 2022

National 2022*

School 2019

National 2019

Good level of development

At least expected in English and Numeracy areas

73.3%

65%

80%

72%

Year 1 Phonics screening test 2022

Year 1 phonics screening

 

School 2022

National 2022*

School 2019

National 2019

Passed phonics assessment

92.9%

75.8

93%

82%

Year 2 resit ( 2 pupils)

50%

TBC

100%

na

 

 

Year 2 2022

Year 2 End of KS1 Data – Teacher Assessment

Our younger children in school have had the greater impact of the pandemic. Significant support has been put in place for Year 2 to ensure a good level of progress and the curriculum designed for their gaps to be addressed and learning to be firm foundation for the future. Children have be awarded at standard if they are secure and consistent in their learning at the expected standard at Year 2. If inconsistencies were seen, these have been identified and targets set for the remainder of this year and into next. Through our mixed age classes, the teacher knows them well and is addressing specific inconsistencies. Our data reflects the thorough targeting of any gaps and our high expectations for being secure at expected standard. This cohort will be monitored and data published to show progress after a further year of pandemic catchup.

EXS

School 2022

National 2022*

School 2019

National 2019

Reading

53.3%

67.2%

94

75

Writing

33.3%

57.9%

94

70

Maths

60%

67.9%

100

76

Science

73.3%

77.3%

94

Tbc

Combined

40%

53.7%

94

Tbc

% achieving expected standard

 

GDS

School 2022*

National 2022*

School 2019

National 2019

Reading

0

18.1

38

26

Writing

0

8.1%

16

16

Maths

0

15.2%

22

22

Science

0

na

na

na

Combined

0

6%

na

na

% of pupils achieving Greater Depth

Due to the post pandemic catch up programme, although many children working at expected , some of those children have some elements working at Great Depth, we have identified some inconsistencies with children’s application in all aspects and have therefore chosen not to grant Greater Depth but identify those inconsistencies to target so children have the opportunity to be secure greater depth in future years. These children have been identified in our internal data collections.

Year 6 2022

Year 6 End of Key Stage Data – Teacher Assessment* and SATs Data

2 children have not been allocated to Bretheron and despite chasing no results received yet. 1 child has reading results missing after using a scribe. Chasing to ascertain results

 

School 2022

National 2022

School 2019

National 2019

Reading

Awaiting 3 children’s results

Based on data we have 16 pupils

1 pupil no score

15/15 100%

74 %

71

73

GPS

12/16 pupils achieved

75%

72%

71

78

Writing*

13/18  72%

69%

71

78

Maths

14/16 achieved 87.5%

71%

82

79

Science

15/18 achieved  83%

79%

 

83

Combined

78%

59%

65

65

% achieving expected standard

GDS

School 2022

National 2022

School 2019

National 2019

Reading

Awaiting 3 children’s results

Based on data we have /16 pupils

46%

TBC

29

27

GPS

31%

 

41

36

Writing*

11%

TBC

18

20

Maths

43.75

TBC

35

27

Science

Not listed GDS

TBC

 

 

Combined

n/a

 

12

n/a

% achieving greater depth

 

Key Stage 2 Scaled scores

 

School 2022

National 2022

School 2019

National 2019

Reading

Awaiting 3 children’s results

/15 107

105

105

104

GPS

/16 104

105

106

106

Writing*

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Maths

105

104

105

105

Science

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Combined

n/a

 

 

 

 

Further breakdown of national figures for groups eg gender, ethnicity, month of birth, FSM eligibility, SEND, Disadvantage etc will be published on 6th September 2022

Regional variances will be publicised on 6th September.

Progress measures will be provided in December 2022

Summer 2021

There is no statutory assessments again this year due to Covid 19. Assessments will be completed in school to feed into teacher assessment judgements. These will be passed to High school or used in class transition meetings. Teacher assessment will be reported to parents. Care will be taken to ensure that children ‘catch up’ in a timely manner, any gaps in learning as a result of the lockdown in Jan - Mar 2021.

Summer 2020

Due to Covid -19, there were no external statutory assessments in summer 2020 for KS1, KS2 or phonics in Year 1.

Internal assessments took place in summer 2020 for all classes and transition effectively planned to ensure children's learning was identified and progress measured. 

Year 2 children completed the 2019 Phonics Assessment in November 2020 in accordance with Government guidance. 

Internal data and pupil progress meeting has been used to support learning and progress.

Summer 2019

You can review our performance using the Government website here This is historic data

We would like to congratulate our pupils on their excellent assessment results. Thank you to our teachers for their dedication and passion for teaching and learning.

Early Years Assessments

 

Early Years Foundation Stage Profile

 ( EYFSP) 2019

 

Early Years Foundation Stage Profile

 ( EYFSP) 2018

 

Early Years Foundation Stage Profile

( EYFSP) 2017

 

Early Years Foundation Stage Profile

( EYFSP) 2016

 

 

Good level of development

At least expected in English and Numeracy areas

 

Good level of development

At least expected in English and Numeracy areas

 

Good level of development

At least expected in English and Numeracy areas

 

Good level of development

At least expected in English and Numeracy areas

School Results 2019

80

School Results 2018

92

School Results 2017

86

School results 2016

94

National 2019

72

National 2018   National 2017

70

 

66

 

Year 1 Phonics

 

  % met standard in school % met standard nationally
July 2019

93

82

July 2018

92

82

July 2017

86

81

July 2016

81

81

Key Stage 1

 

% achieving expected standard or above

 

  School 2019 National 2019 School 2018 National 2018 School 2017 National 2017 School 2016 National 2016

Reading

94

75

86

75

81

76

93

74

Writing

94

70

78

70

75

68

87

65

Maths

100

76

92

76

81

75

93

72

Science

94

Tbc

86

n/a

75

83

100

81

Combined

94

tbc

78

n/a

75

63

80

60

 

 

 

% achieving greater depth

 

 

 

School 2019

National 2019

School 2018

National 2018

School 2017

National 2017

School 2016

National 2016

Reading

38

26

31

26

44

25

27

 

Writing

19

16

25

16

6

16

20

 

Maths

31

22

50

22

38

21

27

 

Science

 N/A 

                     

 

     

Key Stage 2 Statutory Assessment Results

 

  School % reached expected 2019 Lancashire results 2019 National % reached expected 2019 School % reached expected 2018 National % reached expected 2018 School % reached expected 2017 National % reached expected 2017 School % reached expected 2016 National % reached expected 2016
Reading

71

72

73

80

75

81

72

94

66

GPS

71

77

78

93

78

93

77

100

73

Writing (TA)

71

78

78

100

78

100

76

100

74

Maths

82

78

79

86

76

100

75

88

70

Combined

65

63

65

80

64

81

61

82

53

                         

 

                   
  School % reached greater depth 2019* Lancs greater depth National % reached greater depth 2019 School % reached greater depth 2018* National % reached greater depth 2018 School % reached greater depth 2017 National % reached greater depth 2017 School % reached greater depth 2016 National % reached greater depth 2016
Reading

29

24

27

40

 

31

 

53

 

GPS

41

32

36

46

 

38

 

53

 

Writing (TA)

18

20

20

60

 

34

 

41

 

Maths

35

24

27

46

 

31

 

29

 

                     

 Combined               12                                      11

*Assumed 110 scaled score for greater depth

 

Scaled scores are 80-120 with 100 scaled score = met expected standards

 

Progress scores at KS2

2017 2018 No of pupils Progress

Confidence

Intervals

Statistical significance and National Comparison
Reading 17 1.93 -1.0 to 4.9 Average
Writing 17 -0.9 -3.3 to 2.1 Average
Maths 17 1.69 -0.9 to 4.2 Average

 

Key Stage 2 – Scaled scores

                   
  School scaled score 2019 Lancashire scaled score National average score 2019 School scaled score 2018 National average score 2018 School average scaled score 2017 National Scaled score 2017 School average scaled score 2016 National Scaled score 2016
Reading

105

103

104

108

105

106

104

110

103

GPS

106

105

106

109

106

107

106

108

103

Maths

105

104

105

107

104

108

104

107

104

 

The expectations from this year have been raised considerably, including the difficulty and accessibility of the tests. These results are a testament to our fantastic staff and volunteers, hardworking children and extremely supportive parents. Thank you. We will continue to navigate the ever changing and challenging curriculum and statutory testing in order to help our pupils shine.

At Bretherton however, our children are much more than statistics and we will continue to provide them with enriching opportunities so that they continue to enjoy excellent provision.

Department for Education School Performance Tables
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Primary School

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Main Contact: Alison Moxham

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Headteacher: Alison Moxham

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