Academic Results

 

033

Look at the performance data about our school on the Department for Education Compare Schools site

Ruff

Phonics screening test – Year 1 pupils

Year

Passed

Pass percentage

Average mark (40)

Full marks (40/40)

2015-16

56/61

97%

39.0

74%

2014-15

87/88

99%

39.0

53%

2013-14

59/60

98%

38.6

48%

2012-13

57/60

95%

37.4

47%

2011-12

59/60

93%

36.3

25%

This test measures pupils ability to use phonological knowledge to read real and made up words. Phonological knowledge is an awareness of, and ability to use, the sound structure of the language and how sounds are represented by letters. This knowledge, and the ability to apply it, is seen as a key early reading indicator. Two key aspects of phonological learning are segmenting (being able to split a word up by identifying the different sounds within it) and blending (putting these identified sounds together to create a word). These results show that young pupils at Barnes have made rapid progress in their early reading skills by the end of Year 1. Results have improved year-on-year, with almost three quarters of pupils correctly identifying every sound and every word in the 2016 phonics screening test.

010

Key Stage 1

In 2016 new, more challenging assessment tests were taken by our seven year olds. These included the first formal grammar, punctuation and spelling (GPS) paper for this age group. Results were reported as a scaled score between 85 and 115, with 100 being the national expectation for a Year 2 pupil.

Measure

Barnes

RWM at Expected Standard

78%

RWM at Greater Depth

27%

Reading at Expected Standard

92%

Reading at Greater Depth

62%

Writing at Expected Standard

80%

Writing at Greater Depth

29%

Maths at Expected Standard

86%

Maths at Greater Depth

50%

Science at Expected Standard

92%

RWM: Reading + Writing + Maths

Expected standard: the national performance standard for this age set by the government

Greater depth: a richer, deeper, more advanced standard for this age set by the government

Year 2

 

Scaled score 100 or over

Scaled score average

Test raw scores

Test percentage

Reading

89%

108.0

34/40

85%

Maths

90%

      107.2        

51/60

85%

GPS

82%

      105.4        

32/40

80%

Once again, results at Barnes compared very favourably with the average for local schools and the average for schools nationally. The significant number of pupils achieving a ‘greater depth’ teacher assessment standard is particularly pleasing. Some caution should be exercised however, as this is the first year of these new tests and the first time teachers have used new assessment criteria.

025

Previous performance, measured using the old level system – which is now obsolete – appears below.

Historical

Performance

Key Stage 1 assessments

2015

Barnes

Level 2B+

National (2014)

Richmond (2014) 

Level 2B+

Barnes

Level 3

National (2014)

Richmond (2014) 

Level 3

Reading 

 98%

 81

86%

 56%

31%

45%

Writing

 95%

70%

78%

 43%

16%

25%

Maths

 95%

80% 

85% 

 52%

24%

37%

* National performance expectation at age 7 was a Level 2, though a secure Level 2 (2B) was seen as the signpost to reaching national performance expectations at the age of 11. Level 3 represented a very high level of competency for this age.  Barnes Key Stage 1: Three year average: 2013-15

3 year average

(2013-15)

Level 2B or above

Level 3

Reading

95%

54%

Writing

91%

39%

Mathematics

93%

49%

IMG_4600

Key Stage 2

Newly introduced, more challenging assessment tests, based on the new primary curriculum that was introduced in September 2014, were sat by Year 6 pupils nationally in 2016 for the first time. Results were reported as a scaled score between 80 and 120, with 100 being the national expectation for a Year 6 pupil.

Measure

Barnes

National

Richmond

RWM at Expected Standard

 92%

53%

67%

Reading Expected Standard

 93%

66%

81%

Reading Average Scaled Score

108.7

103

106.6

Writing Expected Standard (TA)

 93%

74%

77%

Writing Greater Depth (TA)

 42%

  TBC

19%

GPS Expected Standard

 90%

72%

85%

GPS Average Scaled Score

108.8

104

107.3

Maths Expected Standard

95% 

70%

81%

Maths Average Scaled Score

108.2

103

105.9

RWM:   Reading + Writing + Maths Expected standard: a government set target for pupil performance

Scaled score: 100 is the national standard; over 100 is above the national standard; below 100 is below the national standard

Greater depth: at an enhanced standard

GPS:     Grammar, punctuation and spelling

TA:        Teacher assessment

TBC:      To be confirmed

The average percentage test mark for each subject tested was:

Subject

Maximum

Raw score

Percentage

Reading

50

32

64%

Spelling

20

17.1

85.5%

Grammar & punctuation

50

40.6

81.2%

GPS combined

70

57.7

82.4%

Arithmetic

40

35

87.5%

Mathematical Reasoning

70

55.8

79.7%

Mathematics combined

110

90.8

82.5%

002 Previous performance, measured using the old level system – which is now obsolete – appears below.

Results  2015

Level  4+

Level 5

Level 6

Reading  

100%

89%

4%

Writing    

100%

88%

21%

Grammar, punctuation & Spelling

100%

93%

35%

Maths      

100%

91%

42%

Reading, writing & maths

100%

84%

4%

Writing & maths

100%

 

 

*  The national average expectation at age 11 was a Level 4 *  Level 5 represented a very high level of competency for this age *  Level 6 represented exceptional performance

005

Mathematics scores

Year

Mental maths average score

Maximum: 20

Overall score (mental maths & 2 papers) Maximum: 50

2015

18.5

90.9%

2014

17.9

87.8%

2013

17.8

87.2%

2012

17.9

87.8%

2011

16.3

80.8%

2010

16.1

79.7%

IMG_3796 Barnes Key Stage 2: three year and five year averages

3 year average 2013-15

Level 4 (or above)

Level 5

Reading

99%

85%

Writing

97%

78%

Grammar, punctuation & spelling

97%

88%

Mathematics

99%

84%

 

5 year average

2011-15

Level 4 (or above)

Level 5

Reading

98%

84%

Writing

97%

76%

Mathematics

98%

80%

pair with a crown 2 Contextual Value added 2007-12 The value added measure shows the school’s percentile ranking nationally for the progress pupils have made between the ages of 7 and 11. The calculation takes into account the school’s profile: the number of pupils on free school meals, the number with special educational needs and how many pupils speak English as an additional language. Figures for 2013 will be available in December 2013.

Key Stage 2 CVA

2007

2008

2009

All subjects

2nd percentile

1st percentile

1st percentile

English

1st percentile

1st percentile

1st percentile

Maths

4th percentile

1st percentile

1st percentile

Science

9th percentile

1st percentile

2nd percentile

 

Key Stage 2 CVA

2010

2011

2012

All subjects

3rd percentile

2nd percentile

1st percentile

English

4th percentile

1st percentile

1st percentile

Maths

4th percentile

2nd percentile

1st percentile

 

Key Stage 2 value added 2013-15

2013

2014

2015

All subjects

12th

percentile

3rd

percentile

3rd

percentile

Maths

17th

percentile

3rd

percentile

3rd

percentile

Reading

15th

percentile

12th

percentile

12th

percentile

Writing

9th

percentile

5th

percentile

4th

percentile

July 2012 007

 Historical results

Reading

Level 4

Level 5

Level 6

2015

100%

89%

4%

2014

98%

85%

0%

2013

100%

81%

0%

2012

94%

81%

4%

2011

100%

82%

No test

2010

98%

81%

No test

2009

100%

69%

No test

2008

95%

73%

No test

2007

94%

56%

No test

144

Writing

Level 4

Level 5

Level 6

2015

100%

88%

21%

2014

94%

71%

24%

2013

96%

74%

11%

2012

96%

70%

19%

2011

98%

76%

No test

2010

92%

42%

No test

2009

91%

93%

No test

2008

95%

63%

No test

2007

96%

69%

No test

048

Grammar, punctuation & spelling

Level 4+

Level 5

Level 6

2015

100%

93%

35%

2014

98%

89%

31%

2013

93%

83%

19%

045

Mathematics

Level 4+

Level 5

Level 6

2015

100%

91%

42%

2014

98%

80%

42%

2013

100%

81%

28%

2012

96%

80%

17%

2011

98%

69%

No test

2010

94%

62%

No test

2009

100%

67%

No test

2008

93%

61%

No test

2007

90%

47%

No test