St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School,
a Voluntary Academy Retford
Standards Summary 2020:
Foundation Stage
 Overall percentages of children attaining a Good Level of Development (GLD) was 75% which is a 4% decrease on previous year’s results above Local Authority figure of 69% and above National Figure of 72% (2019).
 75% of children attained expected or exceeded in all ELG compared to LA 67%.
 75% of children reached GLD in Literacy compared to LA 71%
 90% of children reached GLD in Maths compared to LA 77%.
 100% of children reached a good level of development in all prime areas (CL, PD and PSED) compared to LA 76%
Key Stage 1 summary –
Note ARE – Age Related Expectations and GDS – Greater Depth Standard
Maths and Reading attainment was just above Notts, Writing was just below Notts. The combined score for Reading, Writing and maths was 63.2% matching the Notts average of 63.2%. GDS for school is 10.5% compared to 9.8% notts.
Maths
ARE 74% 25% of boys, 87% of girls
GDS 16% 25% of boys, 13% of girls
 Outcomes were inline with the Nottinghamshire average 73% in Maths
 Boys reaching the expected standard 25% is well below the notts boys figure of 72%
 Girls reaching the expected standard 87% is above the notts girls figure of 74%
 Boys reaching the greater depth standard in maths 25% was above notts 22%
 Girls reaching the greater depth standard in maths 13% was just below notts 15%
 16% achieving the greater depth standard, compared to 19% notts
 A good increase in Maths attainment this year of 10% but a decrease on girls reaching greater depth by 10%.
100% of disadvantaged FSM pupils reached the expected standard compared to 54% locally
 40% of the EAL children reached the expected standard an improvement below 66% locally.
 No SEN children met the expected standard compared to 31% locally
Reading
ARE 74% 25% of boys, 87% of girls
Above ARE 21% 25% of boys, 20% of girls
 Outcomes were just above the Nottinghamshire average 71%
 Boys reaching the expected standard 25% is below the notts boys figure of 68%
 Girls reaching the expected standard 87% is above the notts girls figure of 75%
 Boys reaching the greater depth standard in reading 25% was above notts 20%
 Girls reaching the greater depth standard in reading 20% was below notts 24%
 An increase overall is reading attainment but a small decrease this year in girls reaching the greater depth standard in reading, but an increase in boys due to lower numbers of boys.
 21% achieving the greater depth standard, compared to 22% notts
 100% of disadvantaged FSM pupils reached the expected standard compared to 54% locally.
 40% of the EAL children reached the expected standard as opposed to 62% locally.
 No Children with SEN support reached the expected standard compared to 24% locally.
Writing
ARE 63% 25% of boys, 73% of girls
Above ARE 21% 25% of boys, 20% of girls
 Outcomes were just below the Nottinghamshire average 67% in Writing
 Boys reaching the expected standard 25% is below the notts boys figure of 62%
 Girls reaching the expected standard 73% is inline with the notts girls figure of 73%
 Boys reaching the greater depth standard in writing 25% was above the notts figure of 11%
 Girls reaching the greater depth standard in writing 20% was above notts 16%
 21% achieving the greater depth standard, compared to 13% notts
 A small decrease in Writing attainment with a decrease in results for girls.
 100% of disadvantaged FSM pupils reached the expected standard compared to 48% locally.
 40% of the EAL children reached the expected standard as opposed to 60% locally.
 No children with SEN support reached the expected standard compared to 17% locally.
 Outcomes in Maths and Reading were higher than the Nottinghamshire average. Outcomes in Writing were just below the Notts Figures
 Outcomes in the combined subjects (Reading, Writing and Mathematics) matched the Nottinghamshire average 63.2%.
Phonics Screening
 84% of pupils achieved the expected standard in the Y1 phonics screening test compared to Nottinghamshire 78%. 75% boys 90% girls. 100% FSM achieved compared to 81% Notts, 100% SEN achieved compared to 83% Notts, 50% BME achieved compared to 92% Notts, and 40% EAL achieved compared to 92% Notts, so the gaps are with BME and EAL children currently in Y2.
Key Stage 2 Summary
Attainment at the end of KS2 in writing is below and maths just below Notts. Reading attainment is inline with Notts. Attainment in GP&S is low. Results across school have increased this last year and the combined score of 66% is just below the Notts average of 71% (note Notts increased by 6% this last year). Those achieving the higher standard 12.5% is just below the Notts average of 15%. Scaled scores are inline or above Notts averages, with average progress shown across Reading and good progress in Maths.
Reading
ARE 81% 73% of boys, 88% of girls
GDS 28% 20% of boys, 35% of girls
 Outcomes were just above the Nottinghamshire average 80%
 The Greater Depth score of 28% is below the notts GDS 33%
 Boys reaching the expected standard 73% was just below the notts 75%
 Girls reaching the expected standard 88% is above the notts girls figure of 85%
 Boys reaching the greater depth standard in Reading 20% is below the notts 28%
 Girls reaching the greater depth standard in Reading 35% is just below the notts figure 38%
 100% of disadvantaged FSM pupils reached the expected standard, compared to Notts 65%
 No children with SEN reached the expected standard compared to 37% locally
 57% of EAL pupils reached the expected standard compared to 75% locally.
 The Average score in Reading is 103.2 inline with notts 103.4
Writing
ARE 72% 60% of boys, 82% of girls
GDS 22% 13% of boys, 29% of girls
 Outcomes were below the Notts average 77% in Writing
 The Greater Depth score of 22% is just above the notts GDS 20%
 Boys reaching the expected standard 60% is below the notts 70%
 Girls reaching the expected standard 82% is just below the notts 84%
 Boys reaching the greater depth standard in Writing 13% is just below the National 14%
 Girls reaching the greater depth standard in Writing 29% is above the notts 25%
 50% of FSM pupils reached the expected standard compared to 62% Notdds
 57% of EAL pupils reached the expected standard compared to 77% notts.
 No SEN children reached the standard compared to 29% Notts
Maths
ARE 78% 67% of boys, 88% of girls
GDS 31% 40% of boys, 24% of girls
 Outcomes were just below the Nottinghamshire average 80% in Maths
 The Greater Depth score of 31% is above the notts GDS 27%
 Boys reaching the expected standard 67% is below the notts 79%
 Girls reaching the expected standard 88% is above the notts 81%
 Boys reaching the greater depth standard in maths 40% is above the notts 29%
 Girls reaching the greater depth standard in maths is 24% is inline with notts 25%
 50% of FSM pupils reached the expected standard compared to 64% notts
71% of EAL pupils reached the expected standard compared to 81% locally.
 No SEN children reached the standard compared to 40
 Maths average score is 103.1 compared to notts 102.8
GP&S
ARE 66%
GDS 19%
FSM 71%
EAL38%
Outcomes for Pupils 2019
Standards Summary 2019:
Foundation Stage
 Overall percentages of children attaining a Good Level of Development (GLD) was 79% which is a 8% increase on previous year’s results just above Local Authority figure of 71% and inline with National Figure of 71.5% (2018).
 79% of children attained expected or exceeded in all ELG compared to LA 70% NA 70% (2018).
 79% of children reached GLD in Literacy compared to LA 72% NA 73% (2018)
 79% of children reached GLD in Maths compared to LA 77% NA 78% (2018).
 79% of children reached a good level of development in all prime areas (CL, PD and PSED) compared to LA 79%, NA 79%.
 In Reading 11% of children were at ARE baseline on entry to FS2, 79% of children at ARE (met GLD) leaving FS2
 In Writing 0% of children were at ARE baseline on entry to FS2, 79% of children at ARE (met GLD) leaving FS2
 In Maths 11% of children were at ARE baseline on entry to FS2, 79% of children at ARE (met GLD) leaving FS2
It is worth noting that this cohort has had 3 new children join in Y1 and several children join near the end of the FS2.
Key Stage 1 summary
ARE – Age Related Expectations and GDS – Greater Depth Standard
The combined score for Reading, Writing and maths was 54% below the national average of 63%
Maths
ARE 64% 53% of boys, 77% of girls
GDS 18% 13% of boys, 23% of girls
 Outcomes were below the Nottinghamshire average 75% in Maths and below the National average 76%
 Boys reaching the expected standard 53% is well below the notts boys figure of 73%
 Girls reaching the expected standard 77% is inline with the notts girls figure of 76%
 Boys reaching the greater depth standard in maths 13% was below notts 22%
 Girls reaching the greater depth standard in maths 23% was above notts 17%
 18% achieving the greater depth standard, compared to 20% notts
 100% of the EAL children reached the expected standard an improvement and inline with 76% nationally.
 Children with SEN support did not reach the expected standard
Reading
ARE 71% 60% of boys, 85% of girls
Above ARE 18% 13% of boys, 23% of girls
 Outcomes were just below the Nottinghamshire average 73% and below the National figure off 73%
 Boys reaching the expected standard 60% is above the notts boys figure of 69%
 Girls reaching the expected standard 85% is above the notts girls figure of 78%
 Boys reaching the greater depth standard in reading 13% was below notts 20%
 Girls reaching the greater depth standard in reading 23% was just below notts 27%
 An increase this year in girls reaching the greater depth standard in reading
 18% achieving the greater depth standard, compared to 23% notts
 67% of the EAL children reached the expected standard as opposed to 73% nationally.
 Children with SEN support did not reach the expected standard
Writing
ARE 68% 53% of boys, 85% of girls
Above ARE 14% 0% of boys, 31% of girls
 Outcomes matched the Nottinghamshire average 68% in Writing and below the National figure of 69%
 Boys reaching the expected standard 53% is below the national boys figure of 61%
 Girls reaching the expected standard 85% is above the national girls figure of 76%
 Boys reaching the greater depth standard in writing 0% was below notts 10%
 Girls reaching the greater depth standard in writing 23% was above notts 17%
 14% achieving the greater depth standard, compared to 13% notts
 100% of the EAL children reached the expected standard as opposed to 78% nationally.
 One child with SEN support reached the expected standard
 Outcomes in all individual subjects were lower than the Nottinghamshire average.
 Outcomes in the combined subjects (Reading, Writing and Mathematics) and (Reading, Writing, Mathematics and Science) were both below the Nottinghamshire average.
 Outcomes were higher than the Nottinghamshire average in 1 subject (Writing).
Phonics Screening
 93% of pupils achieved the expected standard in the Y1 phonics screening test compared to Nottinghamshire 80% and 81% nationally. 100% boys 92% girls. 100% EAL. 40% achieved the recheck compared to 54% in Nottinghamshire.
Key Stage 2 Summary
Attainment at the end of KS2 in writing, reading and maths are just below the NA. Attainment in GP&S is below the national average. Results across school have dipped this last year and the combined score of 57% is below the national average of 65%. Those achieving the higher standard 10% is inline with the national average of 11%. Scaled scores are just below the national average, with average progress shown across Reading, Writing and Maths.
Reading
ARE 70% 67% of boys, 75% of girls
GDS 30% 39% of boys, 17% of girls
 Outcomes were just lower than the Nottinghamshire average 73% in Reading and the National average 73%
 The Greater Depth score of 30% is just above the national GDS 27%
 Boys reaching the expected standard 67% was just below the national 69%
 Girls reaching the expected standard 75% is just below the national girls figure of 78%
 Boys reaching the greater depth standard in Reading 39% is well above the national 22%
 Girls reaching the greater depth standard in Reading 17% is below the national 32%
 50% of disadvantaged FSM pupils reached the expected standard
 67% of EAL pupils reached the expected standard compared to 73% nationally.
 The Average score in Reading is 103.2 just below the national 104.4
 Reading progress lies at 0.45 just below the NA 0.03
Writing
ARE 70% 72% of boys, 67% of girls
GDS 17% 22% of boys, 8% of girls
 Outcomes were below the Nottinghamshire average 78% in Writing and below the National average 78%
 The Greater Depth score of 17% is just below the national GDS 20%
 Boys reaching the expected standard 72% matches the national 72%
 Girls reaching the expected standard 67% is below the national 85%
 Boys reaching the greater depth standard in Writing 22% is below the National 15%
 Girls reaching the greater depth standard in Writing 8% is below the national 25%
 0% of disadvantaged FSM pupils reached the expected standard with 43% FSM6 reaching the standard
 100% of EAL pupils reached the expected standard compared to 78% nationally
 Writing progress lies at 0.78 just below the NA 0.03
Maths
ARE 77% 78% of boys, 75% of girls
GDS 17% 17% of boys, 0% of girls
 Outcomes were just below the Nottinghamshire average 79% in Maths and the National average 79%
 The Greater Depth score of 17% is below the national GDS 27%
 Boys reaching the expected standard 78% matches the national 78%
 Girls reaching the expected standard 75% is just below the national 79%
 Boys reaching the greater depth standard in maths 28% is inline with the national 29%
 Girls reaching the greater depth standard in maths is 0% is below national 24%
 25% of disadvantaged FSM pupils reached the expected standard with 57% FSM6 reaching the standard
 100% of EAL pupils reached the expected standard compared to 79% nationally.
 Maths average score is 104.1 compared to national 105.0
 Maths progress lies at 0.14 just below NA 0.03
GP&S
ARE 60% 67% of boys, 50% of girls
GDS 27% 28% of boys, 25% of girls
 Outcomes were below the National average 78%
 The Greater Depth score of 27% is below the national GDS 36%
 Boys reaching the expected standard 67% is below the national 74%
 Girls reaching the expected standard 50% is below the national 83%
 Boys reaching the greater depth standard in GP&S 28% is just below the national 31%
 Girls reaching the greater depth standard in GP&S 25% is below the national 41%
 0% of disadvantaged FSM pupils reached the expected standard, with 71% FSM6 reaching the standard
 100% of EAL pupils reached the expected standard compared to 78% nationally
 GP&S average score is 103.1 is below the national 106.3
Outcomes for Pupils 2018
Foundation Stage
Early Years – Good Level of Development (GLD)
School

71.4%

National

71.5% (2018)

Year 1 phonics
School

82%

National

80% (2018)

End of Key Stage 1

School

National

Reading Expected
Reading Greater Depth

69%
14%

75%
26%

Writing Expected
Writing Greater Depth

66%
14%

70%
16%

Maths Expected
Maths Greater Depth

76%
14%

76%
22%

End of Key Stage 2

School

National

Reading Expected
Reading High level of Attainment

85%
31%

75%
28%

Writing Expected
Writing High level of Attainment

77%
15%

78%
20%

Maths Expected
Maths High level of Attainment

85%
35%

76%
24%

GP&S Expected
GP&S High level of Attainment

73%
39%

78%
34%

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths

73%

64%

In 2018, any school will be above the floor if:
* at least 65% of pupils meet the expected standard in all three subjects (English reading, English writing and mathematics); (We are above the expected standard for 2018 with 73% attaining the expected standard in all three subjects compared to national 61%)
* the school achieves sufficient progress scores in all three subjects (We are above the floor standard here)
We achieved progress scores of 4 in Maths, 2.6 in Reading, and 1.5 in Writing, both Reading and Maths progress is significantly positive compared to similar schools, are in the main Writing is not significant.
Average scaled score in Reading was 106.6 above the NA 105 and in Maths the scaled scores was 106.9 above the NA 104.4
We are well above the floor standard for 2018 due to progress and attainment.
Outcomes for Pupils 2017
Foundation Stage
Early Years – Good Level of Development (GLD)
School

70%

National

71% (2016)

Year 1 phonics
School

83%

National

81% (2016)

End of Key Stage 1

School

National

Reading Expected
Reading Greater Depth

73%
17%

76%
25%

Writing Expected
Writing Greater Depth

63%
10%

68%
16%

Maths Expected
Maths Greater Depth

80%
20%

75%
20%

End of Key Stage 2

School

National

Reading Expected
Reading High level of Attainment

81%
23%

71%
25%

Writing Expected
Writing High level of Attainment

77%
12%

76%
18%

Maths Expected
Maths High level of Attainment

81%
23%

75%
23%

GP&S Expected
GP&S High level of Attainment

69%
19%

77%
31%

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths

58%

61%

Average scaled scores for Reading were 105.1 compared to 104.1(National)
Average scaled scores for Maths were 103.8 compared to 104.2 (National)
Average scaled scores for Grammar were 104.1 compared to 106 (National)
Showing we are above the 100 mark and showing average progression in all subjects inline with 60% of schools nationally.
In 2017, any school will be above the floor if:
* at least 65% of pupils meet the expected standard in all three subjects (English reading, English writing and mathematics); (We are below the expected standard for 2017 with 58% attaining the expected standard in all three subjects compared to national 61%)
* the school achieves sufficient progress scores in all three subjects (We are above the floor standard here)
We achieved progress scores of 0.2 in Maths, 0 in Reading, and 1.2 in Writing which are in the main not significant, apart from Writing which shows a greater need to ensure further progress from KS1.
Therefore we are above the floor standard for 2017 due to progress.