School Performance

Teacher Assessment and SATS Results

At Hardwick Primary we report our teacher assessment for the children at the end of Year 2 (end of Key Stage One) and at the end of Year 6 (end of Key Stage Two, when our pupils will leave and go to secondary school).


EYFS Foundation Stage 3 year trend (2015-2017)

 

 

The school has been above the national average for GLD since 2014, though in 2017 the results were 6% below the national average (difference of approximately 3 pupils not getting a GLD). 


Key Stage One Teacher Assessment Results for 2017 in Reading, Writing, Maths and combined R/W/M compared to the National Average

 

Please note the Year 2 results above also include 5 pupils in the specialist Speech and Language Communication Centre, all of whom have an Educational Health Care Plan for significant speech and language disorders.

Results of the mainstream Year 2 pupils only (Number on Roll: 45) (excluding the Speech and Language Communication Centre pupils)

Percentage at or above the expected standard (EXS+)
School:          National:
Reading: 76%      76%
Writing: 78%      68%
Maths:   71%       75%
RWM:    69%       64%

Percentage working at Greater Depth (GDS)
School:          National:
Reading: 18%      25%
Writing: 11%       16%
Maths:   11%       21%
RWM:    4%        11%

Year 1 Phonics Screening results for 2017 and the Year 2 Phonics Screening Recheck
45 pupils took part in the screening, including 5 pupils from the specialist Speech and Language Communication Centre, all of whom have an Education Health Care Plan for significant speech and language disorders. The results below include the pupils in the Centre.


Results of the mainstream Year 1 pupils only (excluding the Speech and Language Communication Centre pupils)
Percentage reaching the expected standard at the end of Year 1 = 70% 


Year 2 Phonics Screening Recheck results for 2017
11 pupils took part in the Year 2 phonic screening recheck, including 5 pupils from the specialist Speech and Language Communication Centre, all of whom have an Education Health Care Plan for significant speech and language disorders.
4 out of the 11 pupils (36%) who retook the test passed. 4 out of 6 from the mainstream classes passed and 5 from the SLCC did not reach the required standard.

 
Key Stage Two Teacher Assessment and SATS Results for 2017 in Reading, Writing, Maths and combined R/W/M compared to the National Average
This was the first end of Key Stage 2 results for the school, having expanded in 2015 to cater for Upper Key Stage 2.