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William Lilley Infant and Nursery School

Key Stage 1 (Year 2) performance 2017

  • There is an increased percentage of children reaching the expected standard or above in all areas from 2016 data.
  • There is an increased percentage of children reaching Greater depth in Reading and Maths from 2016 data.
  • For Pupil premium children the gap has closed by 4.8% in Reading between end of EYFS and end of KS1.
  • For Pupil premium children the gap has closed by 20.8% in Writing between end of EYFS and end of KS1.
  • For Pupil premium children the gap has closed by 10.9% in Maths between end of EYFS and end of KS1.

READING:

  • 28.3% of children achieved Greater Depth in Reading which is above LA of 22.8% and National of 25%
  • 26% of children achieved the expected standard in Reading at the end of KS1, having not achieved this at the end of EYFS.
  • 12.5% of disadvantaged children achieved the expected standard in Reading at the end of KS1, having not achieved this at the end of EYFS.
  • 40% of children achieved a Greater Depth in Reading at the end of KS1, having achieved only the expected standard at the end of EYFS.

WRITING:

  • 17.39% of children achieved the expected standard in Writing at the end of KS1, having not achieved this at the end of EYFS.
  • 15% of disadvantaged children achieved the expected standard in Writing at the end of KS1, having not achieved this at the end of EYFS.
  • 12.5% of disadvantaged children achieved the expected standard in Writing at the end of KS1, having not achieved this at the end of EYFS.

MATHS:

  • 26.7% of children achieved Greater Depth in Maths which is above LA of 18.9% and National of 20%
  • 28.57% of disadvantaged children achieved the expected standard in Maths at the end of KS1, having not achieved this at the end of EYFS.
  • 30% of children achieved a Greater Depth in Maths at the end of KS1, having achieved only the expected standard at the end of EYFS.
  • 12.5% of disadvantaged children achieved the expected standard in Maths at the end of KS1, having not achieved this at the end of EYFS.
  • 100% of FSM girls achieved the expected standard in Maths, making a positive gap of 27.3%

SCIENCE

  • 86.7% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Science which is above Broxtowe at 80.9% and above LA of 82.5%