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Etz Chaim Jewish Primary School

Our Results

Our Results 2015-2016

Foundation Stage Results 2016

The percentage of children in our Reception class achieving a good level of development (GLD) i.e. expected levels or better in maths, literacy and all primary goals is above the unvalidated Barnet and National levels for 2016.

 

Good Level of Development (GLD)

Etz Chaim Jewish Primary School 75% 
Barnet 69.3%
National 69.3%

A ‘good level of development score’ (GLD) is assigned to pupils achieving expected in all the prime areas of learning (personal, social and emotional development; physical development; and communication and language) and Mathematics and Literacy.

 

Key Stage One Results

Phonic Screening (Year 1)

The percentage of children passing the Phonic Screening were well above both the unvalidated Barnet and the National levels for 2016.

100% of Year 2 children retaking the Phonic Screen passed the test.

Please click here to view a letter from Nick Gibb, Minister of State for School Reform (part of the Department for Education), in which he expresses congratulations for the ‘very high standard of achievement in the 2016 phonics screening check’.

 

Etz Chaim Jewish Primary School 96.4%
Barnet  81.3%
National 80.6%

Year Two SATs Results

Key Stage One SATs (Year 2)

The new, 2016, KS1 SATs are assessed differently than in previous years. We used the Interim Assessment Frameworks for Key Stage 1 which set out what children must demonstrate they can do in Reading, Writing, Maths and Science.

 

Teachers based their assessments on the work from across the curriculum that your child had done in class during Key Stage 1. They also took into account their performance in national tests in reading and mathematics when making their judgements. There was no test for writing or science.

 

The final assessment describes children as:

  • Working towards the expected standard (WTS), or
  • Working at the expected standard (EXS), or
  • Working at a greater depth within the expected standard (GDS)

We are delighted that 70.4% of pupils were working at the new expected standard in RWM (Reading, Writing and Maths combined), which is above the national average of 60.3%

96.3% of pupils were working at the new expected standard in Reading, which is above the national average of 74%.

70.4% of pupils were working at the new expected standard in Writing, which is above the national average of 65.5%.

92.6% of pupils were working at the new expected standard in Maths, which is above the national average of 72.6%.

100% of pupils were working at the new expected standard in Science, which is above the national average of 81.8%.

18.5% of pupils were working at greater depth in Reading, which is below the national average of 23.6%.

3.7% of pupils were working at greater depth in Reading, which is below the national average of 13.3%.

22.2% of pupils were working at greater depth in Maths, which is above the national average of 17.8%.

 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all the staff at Etz Chaim for their hard work and commitment to ensuring all children achieve their full potential. They each play a part in each child’s learning journey, making sure that the opportunities the children at Etz Chaim receive are the best they possibly can be.   

 

Our Results 2014-2015

Our children's academic progress, although by no means our only indicator of success, demonstrates that are children achieve well when we compare our results with national figures. We believe our pupils are well prepared for their next learning steps. We track our children's progress carefully to ensure that our children develop their full potential. This process involves children and parents, ensuring pupils develop a sense of responsibility and ownership around their achievements.

I am delighted to share our results of the Early Years Foundation Stage Profiles, the Phonics Screening and our Key Stage One SATs for 2015.

 

Please note that this data is unvalidated data and the Barnet and National figures might change slightly through the checking process.

 

Foundation Stage Results 2015

The percentage of children in our Reception class achieving a good level of development (GLD) i.e. expected levels or better in maths, literacy and all primary goals is above the unvalidated Barnet and National levels for 2015.

 

 

Good Level of Development (GLD)

Etz Chaim Jewish Primary School

75%

Barnet

67.9%

National

66.1%

A ‘good level of development score’ (GLD) is assigned to pupils achieving expected in all the prime areas of learning (personal, social and emotional development; physical development; and communication and language) and Mathematics and Literacy.

 

 

Key Stage One Results

Phonic Screening (Year 1)

The percentage of children passing the Phonic Screening were well above both the unvalidated Barnet and the National levels for 2015.

100% of Year 2 children retaking the Phonic Screen passed the test.

 

Click here to view a letter from Nick Gibb, Minister of State for School Reform (part of the Department for Education), in which he expresses congratulations for the ‘very high standard of achievement in the 2015 phonics screening check’.

 

 

Pass

Etz Chaim Jewish Primary School

100%

Barnet

79.5%

National

77.1%

Year Two SATs Results

Key Stage One SATs (Year 2)

The percentage of children in our Year 2 class achieving a Level 2+ or better in all areas is higher than in 2014 and above the unvalidated Barnet and National levels for 2015.

 

Level 2B is the nationally expected level of achievement for most children at the end of Year 2, the end of Key Stage One. Level 3 is the highest level of achievement.

 

The first table shows the percentage of children in our Year 2 class achieving a Level 2+ or better in all areas for 2014 and 2015.

 

The tables following this data show the percentage of children in our Year 2 class achieving a Level 2+ or Level 3 in all areas against the unvalidated Barnet and National levels for 2015.

 

Level 1

Level 2C

Level 2B

Level 2A

Level 2+

Level 3

Reading

2014

7.1%

10.7%

7.1%

50%

92.9%

25%

Reading

2015

3.6%

7.1%

10.7%

50%

96.4%

28.5%

Writing

2014

14.3%

3.6%

28.6%

42.9%

85.7%

10.7%

Writing

2015

3.6%

 

10.7%

17.9%

42.9%

96.4%

25%

Maths

2014

17.9%

3.6%

21.4%

39.3%

82.1%

17.9%

Maths

2015

3.6%

 

10.7%

14.3%

35.7%

96.4%

35.6%

Science

2014

14.3%

 

64.3%

 

85.7%

21.4%

Science

2015

3.6%

 

 

67.9%

 

96.4%

28.6%

Speaking and Listening 2014

3.6%

 

64.3%

 

96.4%

32.1%

Speaking and Listening

2015

0%

 

71.4%

 

100%

28.6%

 

Reading

 

Level 2+

Level 3

Etz Chaim Jewish Primary School

96.4%

28.5%

Barnet

92%

31.1%

National

90.6%

32.1%

 

Writing

 

Level 2+

Level 3

Etz Chaim Jewish Primary School

96.4%

25%

Barnet

89.8%

17.7%

National

87.7%

17.6%

 

Maths

 

Level 2+

Level 3

Etz Chaim Jewish Primary School

96.4%

35.6%

Barnet

93.6%

26.7%

National

92.9%

26.2%

 

Science

 

Level 2+

Level 3

Etz Chaim Jewish Primary School

96.4%

28.6%

Barnet

91.3%

26.1%

National

91.1%

23.4%

 

Speaking and Listening

 

Level 2+

Level 3

Etz Chaim Jewish Primary School

100%

28.6%

Barnet

90.5%

27.7%

National

90.1%

25.2%