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Driffield Junior School, Bridlington Road, Driffield, East Yorkshire YO25 5HN

Tel: 01377 253371

Fax: 01377255790

Email: driffield.juniors@eastriding.gov.uk

Driffield Junior School

 

Attainment at end KS2 2016

Number of eligible children 112

 

Subject

% Children at the expected standard or higher

% Children achieving a high score

Reading

58%

13%

Writing

82%

14%

Mathematics

76%

20%

 

% achieving the expected score in R, W & M combined

53%

% achieving a high score in R, W & M combined

4%

 

Progress at end KS2 2016

 

Subject

 

Average progress

 

Average scaled score

(100 = expected score)

Reading

-14%

100.9

Writing

+2%

N/A

Maths

-1%

103.2

Key Stage 2 results 2015

Below you will find information about how well our pupils achieved at the end of year 6 in 2015.

Level 4 is the ‘expected’ level and level 5 is a high level of attainment.

Number of eligible children: 129

 

 

% pupils achieving level 4 or above

% pupils achieving level  5 or above

Reading 

82%

39%

 Writing TA 

90%

 17%

Spelling, Punctuation and grammar (SPAG) 

73%

 54%

 Maths

77%

42%

 

Looking at the combination of reading, writing and maths at level 4 or higher, the table below shows an upward trend to 2012 and indicates that we compare favourably to both local authority and national averages until this year when a dip has occurred.  We have analysed data for each pupil carefully and understand the reasons for this.

 Our school development plan focuses are specifically aimed at raising attainment and progress.

Percentage achieving Level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths

2012

2013

2014

2015

School

74%

77%

81%

 70%

LA

76%

77%

80%

 

England - All Schools

75%

75%

79%

 80%

 

 

Percentage of pupils making at least two levels progress from end KS1 to end KS2

Subject School 2015

National 2015 

(Provisional)

Reading 83% 91%
Writing 94% 94%
Maths 87% 90%

In terms of progress from end KS1 data, we are broadly in line with national progress for maths, in line for writing but below in reading.  Maths and reading are a focus within our school development plan this year so progress within these areas is our top priority.

 

If you wish to find out more please visit www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance or click on the link below.

 

Access the Department for Education (DfE) School Performance Tables website by clicking here