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End of Key Stage 1 & 2 Results 2017

End of Key Stage 1 and 2  Results 2017

Key Stage 2

 

Group

Reading

Writing

Maths

Combined

EXP+

GDS

EXP+

GDS

EXP+

GDS

EXP+

GDS

National

 

71%

25%

76%

18%

75%

22.6%

61%

9%

Calcot

All (53)

66%

17%

71.7%

15.1%

64.1%

19%

52.8%

9.4%

Non PPG (35)

71.4%

20%

74.3%

17.1%

68.6%

20%

57.1%

8.6%

PPG (18)

55.6%

11.1%

66.7%

11.1%

55.6%

11.1%

44.4%

11.1%

PPG(No SEN 11)

81.8%

18.2%

100%

18.2%

81.8%

18.2%

63.6%

18.2%

SEN (11)

9.1%

0%

9.1%

0%

9.1%

0%

9.1%

0%

EAL (7)

57.1%

28.6%

57.1%

14.3%

57.1%

28.6%

42.9%

14.3%

HA (14)

90.9%

54.6%

100%

54.6%

100%

45.5%

90.9%

36.4%

GIRLS (26)

65.4%

19.2%

76.9%

19.2%

53.9%

15.4%

46.2%

11.5%

BOYS (27)

66.7%

14.8%

66.7%

11.1%

74.1%

18.5%

59.3%

7.4%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Stage 1

 

Combined RWM

Reading

Writing

Maths

 

% EXP

% EXP

Av. SS

% EXP

Av. SS

% EXP

Av. SS

Local

59.3

75

 

64.8

 

72.3

 

National

60.3

74.1

 

65.5

 

72.7

 

Calcot (All pupils)

66.7

78.2

13.3

69.2

12.8

79.5

13.1

Calcot PPG

50

64.3

12.6

50

11.7

64.3

12.6

Calcot SEN 

20

20

11.8

20

9.7

20

11.7

Calcot EAL 

78.6

92.9

13.6

85.7

13.3

85.7

13.4

Calcot Summer 

60.9

78.3

12.9

65.2

12.2

73.9

12.8

Calcot Girls 

74.4

85

13.4

77

13.2

85

13.3

Calcot Boys 

65

73

13.2

65

12.3

75

13

Below are links to the DFE websites for  performance tables:

Calcot Junior School

Calcot Infant School

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