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Weston Rhyn

Weston Rhyn

School Performance

Full details about the performance of the school could be found by following the link to the DFE School Performance​ Website

In 2016, assessment in Primary Schools was fully revised and a new 'expected' standard was created. This is nationally recognised as being a higher standard than in 2015. 

Results are no longer reported as levels, instead each child receives their test results as a scaled score from 80 - 120. At KS2, to attain the expected level, children must achieve a scaled score of 100+. Children who achieve a scaled score of 110+ are deemed to be working at a higher standard. 

The results that pupils at Weston Rhyn Primary School achieved in 2016 and 2017 are listed below with national averages being given in brackets

Key Stage 2 Results  

2017

Average Progress Scores

Reading                       +1.8 (Confidence interval -0.9 to 4.5)

Writing                         -0.5 (Confidence interval -3.1 to 2.2)

Maths                          -0.1 (Confidence interval -2.6 to 2.4)

Average Scale Score

Average scale score      Reading 106  (National 104)

Average scale score      Maths     104  (National 104)

 

Percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths combined : 71% (National 61%)

Percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attinment in reading, writing and maths combined: 5% (National 9%)

 

2016

Average Progress Scores

Reading                            +2.1 (Confidence interval -0.5 to 4.7)

Writing                              -2.3  (Confidence interval -4.9 to 0.3)

Maths                                3.8  (Confidence interval 1.6 to 6.0)

Average Scale Score

Average scale score        Reading 104   (National 103 )

Average scale score        Maths     106   (National 103)

 

Percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths combined :  61% (National   53%)

Percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment in reading, writing and maths combined: 4% (National  5%)

 
   
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