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**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 – **

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**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 in-line 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 in-line 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 in-line 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 in-line 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 in-line 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 in-line 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. **

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