Assessment Results

Due to Covid-19 there were no end of Key Stage assessments in 2019-20 or 2020-21.

      

KS1 and EYFS Results 2019

KS1 end of key stage teacher assessments

Subject

% at expected standard school

% at expected standard nationally 

% at greater depth school

% at greater depth nationally 

Reading

72%

75%

24%

25%

Writing

67%

69%

17%

15%

Maths

72%

76%

21%

22%

Combined (RWM)

66%

65%

16%

11%

               

     EYFS and phonics screening results

Subject

% at expected standard school

% at expected standard nationally

EYFS Good Level of Development

               74%

             72%

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check

               92%

             82%

 

KS2 SATS results 2019 

Subject

% at expected standard school

% at expected standard nationally

% at greater depth school

% at greater depth nationally

Reading

76%

73%

22%

27%

Writing

76%

78%

16%

20%

Maths

85%

79%

25%

27%

Combined (RWM)

73%

65%

4%

11%

SPAG

84%

78%

36%

36%

 

Subject

Average scaled score school

Average scaled score nationally

Reading

                104

               104

Maths

                105

               105

SPAG

                106

               106

 

Subject

Average progress score

        Reading

                  1.9

        Writing

                  2.3

        Maths

                  2.6

If you are a parent/carer of a Year 2 or Year 6 child, you may want to read these leaflets the Department for Education has written about interpreting your child’s SATs report:

 

For more detailed dataclick here to view the School Performance tables produced on the Government website.

 

Swimming Data

To view data for 2019/20 cohort please click MARYLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL END OF KS2 SWIMMING DATA 2019-20

Data for 2018/19 cohort can be viewed below:

MARYLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL END OF KS2 SWIMMING DATA

 

Percentage of pupils who can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

Percentage of pupils who can use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]

Percentage of pupils who can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

                             58%          

                             59%

                          24%

2018/2019

NUMBER OF PUPILS IN COHORT – 59

2017/2018

NUMBER OF PUPILS IN COHORT – 60

                              56%            

                              57%

                           22%

 

Key achievements to date:

Areas for further improvement and baseline evidence of need:

– 85% of children made progress over period of 10 sessions.

 

– Increase progress over a period of time to 100% of children.

– Increase the total percentage of children who become competent, confident and proficient swimmers of at least 25m.

– Provide additional provision for those children who need extra time to become competent, confident and proficient swimmers.