“You must never feel badly about making mistakes ... as long as you take the trouble to learn from them. For you often learn more by being wrong for the right reasons than you do by being right for the wrong reasons.” ―
Norton Juster, The Phantom Tollbooth

School Results

The Good Level of Development is the measure that helps to demonstrate the proportion of children who are achieving expected levels in the prime areas of learning (communication and language, physical development and personal, social and emotional development) and in maths and literacy.

 

 

Parkfield

National  

 Percentage of children who achieved the good level of development (GLD)

 2016 

 72%

 69%

 2017

 72%

 71%

 2018

 74%

72% 

  2019 

 71%

       72%       

'The Phonics Screening Check is a short 'light touch' assessment to confirm whether individual pupils have learnt phonic decoding to an appropriate standard. It will identify the children who need help and support with their reading skills. Children will retake if they did not reach the required level.' (DFE 2011) 

 

  2014 

  2015

  2016 

  2017 

  2018 

2019 

Parkfield  

 84%

93% 

93% 

92% 

90% 

91%

National 

 74%

77% 

81% 

81% 

82% 

82%

The 2015/2016 SATs tests were the first SATs results not to be reported as levels. Instead, these results were reported as scaled scores for individual children and groups (ranging from 80 to 120). Schools are also judged on the percentage of children working at the expected level (a score of 100 or higher on the scaled score) or at a higher level - known as greater depth in maths (a score of 110 or higher on the the scaled score).   

Please see our results from these tests below. 

KS1

Attainment

 % working at expected or higher 

     

 

 

 

 

 % working at greater depth

 

2016 

2017 

2018 

2019 

 2016

2017 

2018 

2019 

 Reading 

 81%

(74%)

83% 

(76%)

82% 

(75%)

77% 

(75%)

4% 

(24%) 

18% 

(25%) 

21% 

(26%) 

21% 

(25%) 

 Writing

 72% 

(65%)

75% 

(68%)

78%

(70%) 

75%

(70%) 

0% 

(13%) 

7% 

(16%) 

16% 

(16%) 

15% 

(15%) 

 Maths 

 81%

(73%)

82% 

(75%)

81% 

(76%)

82%

(76%)

3%

(18%) 

14% 

(21%) 

19% 

(22%) 

17% 

(22%) 

The percentage in brackets shows the national average.

KS2

Below are the unvalidated results for KS2. Well done to all of the pupils and staff for working so hard to achieve these results. Some of these tests were very challenging indeed. 

Attainment

% working at expected or higher

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 % working at greater depth

 

2016

2017 

2018 

2019 

2016 

2017 

2018 

2019 

 Reading

72% 

(66%) 

63% 

(71%) 

79% 

(75%) 

69% 

(73%) 

7% 

(19%) 

18% 

(25%) 

22% 

(28%) 

22% 

(27%) 

 Writing

80% 

(74%) 

79% 

(76%) 

87% 

(78%) 

85% 

(79%) 

2% 

(15%) 

2% 

(18%) 

13% 

(20%) 

20% 

(20%) 

 Maths

 71% 

 (70%)

91% 

(75%) 

79% 

(76%) 

80% 

(79%) 

7% 

(17%) 

29% 

(23%) 

27% 

(24%) 

28% 

(27%) 

 SPAG

 83% 

 (73%)

87% 

(77%) 

89% 

(78%) 

85% 

(78%) 

21% 

(22%) 

40% 

(31%) 

54% 

(34%) 

42% 

(36%) 

Reading, writing and maths combined

57%

(53%)

60% 

(61%) 

67%

(64%)

64%

(60%)

1%

(5%)

2%

(9%)

7%

(10%)

65%

(11%)

The percentage in brackets shows the national average.

School and national average scaled scores

 

 2016

2017 

2018 

2019 

Reading 

 102 (103)

102 (104)

105 (105) 

103 (104) 

Maths

 103 (103)

 106 (104)

 106 (104)

105 (105) 

SPAG

105 (104) 

108 (106) 

 110 (106)

109 (106) 

The standardised score in brackets shows the national average.

Progress

 

 2016

2017 

2018 

2019 

Reading 

 -1.9

-2.9

-0.8

-3.1 

 Writing

 -1.6

-2.6

-1.2

-1.1 

 Maths 

 -1.3

+1.4

+0.1

-1.9 

Our pupils, staff and parents have worked very really hard to achieve these results. Well done all of you and thank you!

Please click on this text to be taken to the Department for Education's latest performance tables for our school.