Primary Phase Results 2016

Early Years

Percentage achieving a good level of development

Holy Trinity 2015 National 2015 Holy Trinity 2016
56.5% 65.5% 67.8%

 

Good levels progress were made by our children in our nursery and reception classes. In EYFS the percentage of children achieving a Good Level of Development improved by 9.8% in 2015 and by a further by 11.3% in 2016. This is now 2.3% above national 2015.

Year 1 Phonics

Percentage achieved the pass rate.

Holy Trinity 2015 National 2015 Holy Trinity 2016
80% 77% 60%

 

The percentage of children achieving the required standard in phonics increased from 2014 to 2015 by 11%, but dropped in 2016 by 20%.

Pupils who did not achieve the pass rate in Year 1 in 2015 were tested again at the end of Year 2. 33.3% of the children who were re-tested achieved the required standard.

Key Stage 1 Results

  Expected Standard Working at greater depth
Holy Trinity

2016

National

2016

Holy Trinity

2016

National

2016

Reading 73.3% 74.1% 31.7% 23.6%
Writing 65% 65.5% 16.7% 13.3%
Maths 71.7% 72.6% 23.3% 17.8%
Reading, Writing & Maths 61.7% 60.3%    

 At the expected standard, results are in line with national. The percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and maths is 1.4% above national.

The percentage of pupils working at greater depth is much higher than national (Reading: 8.1% higher, Writing: 3.4% higher, Maths: 5.5% higher)

Key Stage 2 Results

Attainment

  Expected standard Higher standard
Holy Trinity 2016 National 2016 Holy Trinity 2016 National 2016
Reading 53.3% 66% 6.7% 19%
Writing 73.3% 74% 36.7% 15%
Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling 63.3% 72% 20% 23%
Maths 55% 70% 6.7% 17%
Reading, Writing & Maths 41.7% 53% 3.3% 5%

The percentage of pupils achieving level 4 or above increased year on year from 2012 to 2015, with 77% of pupils achieving level 4 or above in reading, writing and mathematics in 2015 (National: 80%).

In 2016 a new measure was introduced. Pupils are now required to meet a new “expected” standard. The government has stated it is not possible to compare this year’s results with previous years. Nationally, 53% of pupils achieved the new standard.