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Etz Chaim Jewish Primary School

Our Results

2018-2019
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.

 

There are national assessments that have to be made at key times during the primary school phase. Please find below a summary of the results from these national assessments for the school year 2017 to 2018.  

 

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.   

 
Early Years Foundation Stage: EYFS
 

During the Reception year, children are continually assessed and at the end of Reception a judgement is made as to whether they have achieved a good level of development (GLD).

 

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 has remained broadly equal to 2016 and is above the national average.

 

GLD Etz Chaim

2016

GLD Etz Chaim

2017

GLD Etz Chaim

2018

GLD National

2018

75% 75% 82% 71%
Phonics Check Year 1

The percentage of pupils who have met the expected standard in phonics has been above the national average for the last three years.

Etz Chaim

2016

Etz Chaim

2017

Etz Chaim

2018

National

2018

96% 86% 100% 81%

 

In June 2018 any pupils in Year 2 who had not met the required standard in phonics at the end of Year 1 had to retake the Phonics Check. 100% of these pupils met the required standard, which is above the national average (83%).

 
Standardised Assessment Tests (SATs)
 

In May 2018 the Standardised Assessment Tests (SATs) that the children took at the end of Key Stage 1 (Year 2) and the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6) were based on the new Primary Curriculum, which was introduced in 2014. 

 
Key Stage 1 Attainment and Progress
 

Teachers base their assessments on the work from across the curriculum that your child had done in class during Key Stage 1. They also take 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)
Reading:
 

The percentage of pupils working at the expected standard (EXS+) in Reading:

 
Etz Chaim 2016 EXS + Reading Etz Chaim 2017 EXS + Reading Etz Chaim 2018 EXS+ Reading National 2018 EXS+ Reading 
96% 78% 78.6% 76%

 

The percentage of pupils working at greater depth (GDS) in Reading:

Etz Chaim 2016 GDS Reading Etz Chaim 2017 GDS Reading  Etz Chaim 2018 GDS Reading National 2018 GDS Reading
19% 26% 28.6% 25%

 

Writing:
 
The percentage of pupils working at the expected standard (EXS+) in Writing:
 
Etz Chaim 2016 EXS+ Writing  Etz Chaim 2017+ EXS Writing Etz Chaim 2018 EXS+ Writing National 2018 EXS Writing
70% 70% 78.6% 68%

 

 The percentage of pupils working at greater depth (GDS) in Writing:
Etz Chaim 2016 GDS Writing Etz Chaim 2017 GDS Writing Etz Chaim 2018 GDS Writing National 2018 GDS Writing
4% 22% 14.3 16%

 

Maths:
 
The percentage of pupils working at the expected standard (EXS+) in Maths:
Etz Chaim 2016 EXS+ Maths Etz Chaim 2017 EXS+ Maths Etz Chaim 2018 EXS+ Maths National 2018 EXS Maths
93% 81% 85.7% 75%

 

The percentage of pupils working at greater depth (GDS) in Maths:

Etz Chaim 2016 GDS Maths Etz Chaim 2017 GDS Maths Etz Chaim 2018 GDS Maths National 2018 GDS Maths
22% 26% 17.9% 21%
Science:
 
The percentage of pupils working at the expected standard (EXS) in Science:
Etz Chaim 2016 EXS Science Etz Chaim 2017 EXS Science Etz Chaim 2018 EXS Science National 2018 EXS Science
100% 81% 82.1% 83%

 

Key Stage 2 SATs

 

The tables below show Etz Chaim’s end of Key Stage 2 SAT results.

Children are expected to attain the national age related expectation (ARE) in Reading, Writing, GPS (Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling) and Maths by the end of Key Stage 2.

Etz Chaim 2018 National 2018
The percentage of pupils working at the expected standard (EXS+) in Reading 92.9% 75.3%
The percentage of pupils working at the expected standard (EXS+) in Writing 82.1% 78.3%
The percentage of pupils working at the expected standard (EXS+) in GPS 89.3% 77.7%
The percentage of pupils working at the expected standard (EXS+) in Maths 67.9% 75.6%
The percentage of pupils working at the expected standard (EXS+) in all of Reading, Writing and Maths 64.3% 64.4%

 

 

Etz Chaim 2018 National 2018
The percentage of pupils working at the higher standard in Reading 39.3% 28.1%
The percentage of pupils working at the higher standard in Writing 7.1% 19.9%
The percentage of pupils working at the higher standard in GPS 35.7% 37.2%
The percentage of pupils working at the higher standard in Maths 17.9% 26.8%
The percentage of pupils working at the higher standard in all of Reading, Writing and Maths 7.1% 9.9%

 

Average Scaled Score Etz Chaim 2018 National 2018
Reading 108 105.1
Maths 103.2 104.4
GPS 106.5 106.2

Progress from Key Stage 1 to 2

Progress now compares pupils’ Key stage 2 results to those of pupils nationally who achieved similar key stage 1 results. This is achieved by calculating a pupil’s average score from when they were in Key Stage 1 across reading, writing and maths. Children are then put in bands and their key stage 2 scores are compared with other children within the same band.

  • A score of 0 means that pupils in school do ‘about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally’
  • A positive score (greater than 0) means that pupils in school do ‘better at KS2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally’

 A negative score (less than 0) means that pupils in school do ‘worse at KS2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally’

Progress Score Etz Chaim 2018
Reading +3.4
Writing -0.8
Maths -0.5