National Standards Data
Whole School Reading Results
Whole School - End of Year OTJ - Reading
Observations: Our total number of students who are in the Met/Above categories is 92%. This is down a little from last year with a slight increase in students below. Reading Comprehension could benefit from being a targeted area in 2017.
|Reading||Well Below||Below||Met||Above||Total Met/ABove|
|2015||3 (1.6%)||7 (3.8%)||129 (70.9%)||43 (23.6%)||94.5%|
|2016||3 (1.5%)||11 (5.6%)||109 (56%)||70 (36%)||92%|
Whole School Writing Results
Whole School End of Year OTJ - Writing
Observations & Comments: Our overall percentage for students who are Met/Above remains approximately the same as 2015 - 88% (this is down 0.8%). We have moved around 15% of students from Met to Above. This has been due to a number of factors - targeted assessment of writing using e-asTTle and continued targeted teaching of writing in classrooms.
|Writing||Well Below||Below||Met||Above||Total Met/Above|
|2015||3 (1.6%)||16 (8.8%)||138 (75.8%)||25 (13.7%)||88.8%|
|2016||4 (2%)||19 (10%)||116 (60%)||55 (28%)||88%|
Whole School Maths Results
Whole School End of Year OTJ - Maths
Observations / Comments: Approximately 12% of students have moved from Met to Above in Maths and a little under 2% have moved from Met to Below. Overall we have slightly more students in the below/well below categories (10%) compared with 2015 (7.7%). We have significantly less students in the Met category and as a result have more in Above. The totals for Met/Above are approximately the same as last year 90% for 2016 & 92.3% for 2015.