Achievement

Results 2019

Early Years 2019 Results

The Good Level of Development is the measure that helps to demonstrate the proportion of children who are achieving expected levels in the prime areas of learning (communication and language, physical development and personal, social and emotional development) and in maths and literacy.

Percentage of children who achieved the Good Level of Development

Year

Polesden Lacey Infant School

National

2016

90%

69%

2017

79%

71%

2018

83%

72%

2019

76%

72%

The results for 2019 show the progress remains good ensuring a large percentage of pupils have achieved a Good Level of Development and are fully prepared to start school in Year 1.

Year 1 Phonic Screening Check

‘The Phonics Screening Check is a short ‘light touch’ assessment to confirm whether individual pupils have learnt phonic decoding to an appropriate standard. It will identify the children who need help and support with their reading skills. Children will retake if they did not reach the required level.’ (DFE 2011)

Phonics Screening Test Results and Analysis (2019 results)

Number of Pupils

Working Towards

Working At

2019

2018

2017

2019

2018

2017

2019

2018

2017

All

30

30

30

3%

13%

17%

93%

87%

83%

Girls

17

17

17

6%

0%

12%

94%

100%

88%

Boys

13

13

13

8%

31%

23%

92%

69%

77%

The Phonic Screening test measures the ability children’s ability to use phonological knowledge to read real and made up words. Phonological knowledge is an awareness of the sound structure of the language and how sounds are represented by letters. This knowledge, and the ability to apply it, is seen as a key early reading skills. Two key areas of learning are blending (putting identified sounds together) and segmenting (being able to split a word up by identifying the different sounds within it). These results show that pupils at Polesden Lacey have made rapid progress by the end of Year 1.

Key Stage One Results Summer 2019

The table below shows the percentage of pupils working within the end of Key Stage 1 expectations and above.

Within end of KS1 expectations and above

Within end of KS1 expectations and above

Within end of KS1 expectations and above

Within end of KS1 expectations and above

Within end of KS1 expectations and above

Polesden Lacey 2019

Polesden Lacey 2018

Polesden Lacey 2017

Polesden Lacey 2016

National 2019

Reading, Writing and Maths combined

83%

66%

68%

63%

65%

Reading

87%

83%

86%

77%

75%

Writing

83%

76%

68%

60%

70%

Maths

83%

79%

79%

70%

79%

Science

93%

93%

100%

80%

83%

The table below shows the percentage of pupils working at a greater depth within the end of Key Stage 1 expectations.

Working at a great depth

Working at a great depth

Working at a great depth

Working at a great depth

Working at a great depth

Polesden Lacey 2019

Polesden Lacey 2018

Polesden Lacey 2017

Polesden Lacey 2016

National 2019

Reading, Writing and Maths combined

13%

21%

21%

7%

11%

Reading

43%

45%

53%

43%

26%

Writing

17%

24%

25%

10%

16%

Maths

20%

28%

25%

17%

22%

National Performance Expectation at age 7 is working within the Key Stage 1 Expectations and Working at a Greater Depth within the Key Stage 1 Expectations represents a very high level of achievement for a Year 2 child.

Outcomes for pupils at Polesden Lacey Infant School were exceptional, with sustained or improved attainment in Reading, Writing, Maths and Science.

School Performance Tables published by Secretary of State on the Department of Education website here: http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/

School Statistics is a link to the school’s achievements, performance tables and OFSTED reports.