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SATs Results

SATs Results: School Performance Data: Local Schools (source DfE) – December 2018

Again, this year we are extremely proud of our Year 6 children’s attainment and progress.

Here at Velmead we are very proud of our broad and balanced curriculum. In addition to our focus on academic excellence, we provide a rich diet of learning experiences across all subjects, designed to develop children’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural skills, knowledge and understanding, as well as their skills, knowledge and understanding in the arts and sport.

These results compare very favourably with other schools in the area.

The link to the DfE Performance Tables is below; it allows you to compare this data across a range of schools.

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/find-a-school-in-england

 

Subject / Data Comparator

Velmead Data

HCC Data

National Data

% of Pupils Achieving or Exceeding the Expected Standard in Reading, Writing, Maths combined

83%

68%

64%

% of Pupils Achieving the Higher Standard in: Reading, Writing, Maths combined

17%

12%

10%

% of Pupils Achieving or Exceeding the Expected Standard in Reading

89%

78%

75%

% of Pupils Achieving the Higher Standard in Reading

44%

31%

28%

Average Scaled Score (100 being the expected) in Reading

108

106

105

% of Pupils Achieving or Exceeding the Expected Standard in Writing

95%

82%

78%

% of Pupils Achieving the Higher Standard in Writing

40%

24%

20%

% of Pupils Achieving or Exceeding the Expected Standard in Maths

88%

78%

76%

% of Pupils Achieving the Higher Standard in Maths

26%

25%

24%

Average Scaled Score (100 being the expected) in Maths

106

105

104

% of Pupils Achieving or Exceeding the Expected Standard in Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling (EGPS)

90%

79%

78%

% of Pupils Achieving the Higher Standard in Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling (EGPS)

53%

33%

34%

% of Pupils Achieving the Expected Standard in Science (there is no Higher Standard in this subject)

95%

86%

82%

Taken from the DfE Information – published in 2018 …

We know from national data that pupils at junior schools, on average, have higher attainment scores at the end of key stage 2 than pupils at all other primary schools. However, on average, they also have lower progress scores. This may be for a variety of reasons and should be taken into account when comparing their results to schools which start educating their pupils from the beginning of key stage 1.

Data Set

Average progress in reading

Average progress in writing

Average progress in mathematics

Velmead

0.84 = Average

1.71 = Above Average

-0.70 = Average

Hampshire

No data available

No data available

No data available

National

0

0

0

Performance Tables

Click on this link to access the National Performance Tables.

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