Early Years Data 2016-17
Our school data showed that 64% of our reception children achieved a good level of development compared to the national of 70%. All of our pupils made good to outstanding progress from their starting points.
Year 1 Phonics Data 2016-17
Our school data showed that 88% of the Year 1 children passed the phonic check .For Year 2 children 100% of the cohort passed by the end of 2017.
Key Stage 1 Data 2016-17
We are extremely pleased with our results this year and are proud to announce that:
79% of children achieved expected standard. Emerging National figure is 76%
71% of children achieved expected standard in writing. Emerging National figure is 69%
71% of children achieved expected standard in maths. Emerging national figure is 75%
Reading/ Writing/ Maths combined:
71% of children achieved expected standard in all three areas compared with emerging national figure of 64%
School Development Plan 2017-18
This will be published as soon as governors have read and approved
Key Stage 1 Data 2015-16
This year children were assessed against the new National Curriculum. Our results showed that maths and writing were not as strong as the national picture. However we understand the reasons why and have identified in our School Development Plan what we need to do to improve in these areas.
71% of children achieved expected standard compared with the national 74%
53% of children achieved expected standard compared with the national 65%
59% of children achieved expected compared to the national 73%
Early Years Data 2015-16
Our school data showed that 86% of our reception children achieved a good level of development.
Year 1 Phonics Data 2015-16
Our school data showed that 82% of the Year 1 children passed the phonic check in 2015-16
For children in Year 2, 76% of the cohort passed by the end of 2016.
Our school development plan 2016-17 highlights specific areas to improve which are summarised below:
School Development Plan 2016-17
Key Issue 1
To raise attainment in reading, writing and maths at the end of Key Stage 1
Key Issue 2
Raise attainment in mathematics across the school so that Church Lench CE First School is in line with county and national data
Key Issue 3
Further develop the use of our in house tracking system to ensure the vast majority of pupils a
re achieving the expected standard by the end of the year.
Key Issue 4
To prepare for our SIAMS inspection and embed the core Christian values.
Key Issue 5
To ensure the head teacher has had a full induction and training to establish clear aims and the vision for the school based on core Christian values.
This is a summary of the plan. We have a full, detailed version in school that has been shared with the governors and is frequently evaluated with staff.
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