2017 Assessment results

 Exams results at GCSE and A Level open doors for students and give them options. At primary level tests and exams are certainly not the be all and end all however, for a school such as ours, where clear indicators of progress for our school are needed, it is helpful for all families to know that the school is back on the right track.

Compared with 2016, Reading has jumped from 33% to 83%, Writing from 50% to 83% and Maths from 67% to 75%.

75% of our children achieved at least the expected standard across all three subjects with 33% achieving a high level of attainment across all three subjects! Average scaled scores have improved too with the average scaled score for Reading at 112!

Clearly a lot of hard work on the part of the children and teachers went into these results but I would also hope that you would agree not at the expense of everything else that makes school a great place to be.

These look like the best KS2 results the school has had in a very long time, possibly ever. Our Phonics results are in a similar position with an 89% pass rate and the hard work here at Brightwell has just begun!

Key Stage 2 results for 2017:

There were 12 pupils in the cohort

percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard or above

reading

83%

writing

75%

maths

75%

GPS

75%

maths

75%

 

average scaled scores

reading

112

maths

104

 

percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment

reading

75%

writing

58%

maths

33%

Combined (reading, writing and maths)

33%

 

  

School Performance Tables.

You can use the government Performance Tables to compare the performance of different schools:

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/123144