Academic Results

Overview of outcomes 2017

Key data summary

End of EYFS (Reception)

71% of children achieved a good level of development (GLD) which is the national benchmark. This means that 71% of pupils in Reception achieved the expected level or above in literacy maths and the prime learning goals.  This is in line with Ealing outcomes (72%)  and National (71%)  and shows a significant improvement on 2016 outcomes.

Phonics –screening in Y1

% of pupils at LMPS who passed the test % of pupils Nationally who passed the test % of pupils in Ealing who passed the test
84% 82% 83%

End of Key Stage 1 (Y2)

Statutory national assessment LMPS outcomes 2017

Expected and above

LMPS outcomes 2017

Greater depth

Ealing 2017

 Expected / greater depth

National 2017
KS1 reading 74% 24% 75% / 21% 76% / 25%
KS1 writing 64% 13% 68% / 15% 68% / 16%
KS1 maths 79% 23% 75% / 20% 75% / 21%
  • When compared with the outcomes in 2016 we have improved in all areas
  • Greater depth is those children who achieved a higher level. This was particularly strong in maths and reading and a significant improvement on 2016 outcomes.
  • Outcomes are compared to Ealing and to National. When compared to national averages and Ealing 2017 figures we are above in maths and in line for reading and below in writing.

End of KS2 ( Y6)

Statutory national assessment LMPS outcomes 2017

Expected and above

LMPS outcomes 2017

Greater depth

National Outcomes 2017 Ealing 2016

Expected and greater depth

KS2 reading 71% 23% 71% 65%   18%
KS2 writing 84% 16% 76% 80%
KS2 maths 83% 40% 75% 75%   21%
KS2 Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

(SPaG)

86% 49% 77% 78%   27%
KS2 RWM combined 68% 18% 61% 55%  6%

 Some key information:

  • RWM combined – is the percentage of children who achieved the expected level or above in reading, in writing and in maths
  • When compared with the outcomes in 2016 we have improved in all areas and significantly improved in reading, SPaG and maths
  • Greater depth is those children who achieved a standardised score of 110+ so they achieved a higher level. This was particularly strong in maths and SPaG and a significant improvement on 2016 outcomes.
  • Outcomes are compared to Ealing and to National. We do not yet have Ealing average for 2017 so they are compared to 2016 figures which show we are well above the Ealing average in all subjects. When comparing with national averages, we have provisional national figures for 2017 which indicate outcomes are above national in all subjects except reading which is in line.

A great set of results which proves that at LMPS:

Engaging Learning experiences alongside high levels of Motivation leads to great Progress and Success.

 

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