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Ofsted and Performance Data

At Offham we are very proud of how well our children perform in externally set examinations. Children in Primary Schools are tested and moderated against children Nationwide at several key times, these are; 

 

  • at the end of the Reception Year, when they are judged whether or not to have achieved a 'Good Level of Development'
  • at the end of Year 1 when they take part in the Phonics Screening (for more information on Phonics please see our curriculum page for Literacy)
  • at the end of Year 2 when they complete their Key Stage 1 SATs (Standard Assessment Tests) in Reading, Writing, Spelling, Punctuation,Grammar and Mathematics
  • at the end of Year 6 when they complete their Key Stage 2 SATs (Standard Assessment Tests) in Reading, Writing, Spelling, Punctuation,Grammar and Mathematics

 

At the beginning of Year 6 parents can opt whether or not they would like their children to take the Kent Test. This test assesses whether or not children are suitable for a secondary school place in a Grammar School. Last year (2017) Offham were pleased that 21 of our 30 children gained Grammar School places, but were even more delighted that all children were fully supported in gaining a place at a secondary school which would help them to continue to succeed and thrive in the future.

Please find below our most recent Ofsted reports, Key Assessment results and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables. 

Ofsted School Inspection Reports

Early Years Data

End of Reception Results

EYFS 2017

EYFS 2016

EYFS 2015

EYFS 2014

Good Level of Development

77%

90%

83%

77%

Phonics Screening results (Phonics Test taken at the end of Year 1)

Phonics Test - Year 1

Phonics 2016

Phonics 2015

Phonics 2015

Phonics 2014

Pass - 32 or more marks / 40

97%

83%

86%

86%

Key Stage 1 Data (based on the SATs Test results taken at the end of Year 2)

End of KS1 Attainment

under the new

National Assessment Framework

Key

Stage 1 2017

Key

Stage 1 2016

 

End of KS2 Attainment

pre changes to the 

National Assessment Framework

 

Key Stage 1
2015

Key Stage 1
2014

Key Stage 1
2013

% of pupils at the expected standard in reading 

90%

93%

Reading L2B+

97%

93%

97%

     

Reading L2A+

87%

73%

77%

 % of pupils working above expected standard in reading 30%  53%

Reading L3

57%

46%

53%

 

% of pupils at the expected standard in writing 

80%

87%

Writing L2B+

97%

80%

80%

     

Writing L2A+

80%

43%

57%

 % of pupils working above expected standard in writing 33%  50%

Writing L3

30%

20%

30%

 

% of pupils at the expected standard in Maths 

97%

97%

Maths L2B+

93%

90%

97%

     

Maths L2A+

73%

50%

83%

% of pupils working above expected standard in maths  47%  57%

Maths L3

50%

33%

37%

Key Stage 2 Data (based on the KS2 SATs Tests taken at the end of Year 6)

End of KS2 Attainment

under the new

National Assessment Framework

Key Stage 2 2017 

Key Stage 2 2016

End of KS2 Attainment

pre changes to the

National Assessment Framework

Key

Stage 2
2015

Key

Stage 2 
2014

Key

Stage 2
2013

             
% of pupils at the expected standard in reading 73% 74%

Reading L4B+

97%

100%

97%

Average scaled scores for reading

106

103

Reading L5

77%

62%

65%

% of pupils above expected standard in reading

37%

23%

Reading L6

7%

0%

0%

 
     

 

% of pupils at the expected standard in SPaG  90% 81%

SPAG L4B+

97%

96%

83%

Average scaled scores for SPaG

108

105

SPAG L5

90%

92%

69%

% of pupils above expected standard in SPaG 

30%

26%

SPAG L6

7%

0%

3%

 
     

 

 % of pupils at the expected standard in maths

90%

74%

Maths L4B+

90%

92%

86%

Average scaled scores for maths

106

104

Maths L5

63%

65%

55%

% of pupils above expected standard in maths

20%

16%

Maths L6

17%

15%

10%

 

 

   

 

% of pupils at the expected standard in Writing

80%

97%

Writing L4B+

93%

92%

87%

     

Writing L5

73%

43%

39%

% of pupils above expected standard in Writing 

20%

68%

Writing L6

0%

4%

0%

Please click on the below document link to find a document outlining how to read and interpret the information published by the government in relation to the above 2016-17 league table:
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