Academic Results

Statutory Assessment Outcomes

Based on our spring term assessment the following predictions were made for the statutory year groups.  We are confident that had the tests taken place these are the outcomes we would have achieved.

Early Years outcomes
Early Years outcomes – this assessment takes place at the end of the Reception year.  GLD stands for a good level of development.  This shows the percentage of pupils who are working at the expected level.
GLD national percentage 2019 GLD 2019 GLD 2020 GLD 2021
72% 76% 70% (with SEN removed 85%)
This shows a decline on 2019 and the school is performing below the national average, however, there are a high number of SEND pupils in this cohort (16%)
Phonics screening test – this assessment takes place at the end of Year 1. This shows the percentage of pupils who reached the expected standard in phonics
National percentage 2019 % who passed the test in 2019 % who passed the test in 2020 % who passed the test in 2021
82% 76% 80%
This shows an improvement on 2019 outcomes and the school is performing in line with the national average.
End of Key stage one outcomes

End of Key stage one outcomes – this assessment takes place at the end of the Year 2. 

E – expected (the percentage of pupils who achieved the expected level or above)

GD – greater depth (the percentage of pupils who achieved above the expected level)

Subject National outcomes in 2019 LMPS outcomes in 2019 LMPS outcomes in 2020 LMPS teacher assessed outcomes in 2021
Reading E    75% E     75% E     72% 

E  82%

18 pupils with SEND removed from data

GD  25% GD  33%    
Writing E     69% E     71% E     71% 

E  81%

18 pupils with SEND removed from data

GD  15% GD  21%    
Mathematics E     76% E     80% E     74% 

E  75%

18 pupils with SEND removed from data

GD  22% GD  38%    

Outcomes in reading show a 3% decline on 2019 at expected and outcomes are likely to have been below the national average at expected.

In writing, outcomes in 2020 are in line with 2019 and would have been above the national average.

In maths,  outcomes in 2020 indicate a 4% decline on 2019 at expected and outcomes would have been  in line with the national average. 

 

End of Key stage two outcomes

 

End of Key stage two outcomes – this assessment takes place at the end of the Year 6. 

E – expected (the percentage of pupils who achieved the expected level or above)

GD – greater depth (the percentage of pupils who achieved above the expected level)

Subject National outcomes in 2019 LMPS outcomes in 2019 LMPS outcomes in 2020 LMPS teacher assessed outcomes in 2021
Reading

E   73%

E    64%

E 80 % 

 

E 91%

9 pupils who are new to English arriving in the last two years and 2 pupils with SEND removed from data

GD  27% GD  26%    
Writing

E     78%

E    81%

E 80% 

E  92%

9 pupils who are new to English arriving in the last two years and 2 pupils with SEND removed from data

GD  20% GD  35%    
Mathematics

E     79%

E     83%

E  81% 

 

E 88%

9 pupils who are new to English arriving in the last two years and 2 pupils with SEND removed from data

GD  27% GD  36%    
Spelling, grammar and punctuation E     78% E     83% E  80%  
GD  36% GD  51%    

This shows outcomes in reading are significantly improved compared with 2019 and outcomes would have been above the national average.

In writing, outcomes in 2020 were in line with 2019 at expected and would remain above the national average.

In maths, outcomes in 2020 were in line with 2019 at expected and outcomes would have been above the national average. 

 

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