Assessment and Performance

Ofsted say
“Pupils display consistently positive attitudes to learning.”

ASSESSMENT

Last year the Department for Education introduced new statutory guidelines for Assessment, which all schools must adhere to.

Here are the key features of Lavington Park Federation’s assessment policy :

  • high standards and challenge for every child at its heart
  • defined expecations for every year group
  • stated ‘learning objectives’ for all pieces of work, reflected in marking
  • ‘Assessment Trees’ for core subjects, pasted into workbooks, recording children’s achievements and progression over the course of the school year.

CLICK HERE to read the document we produced to make sure parents are fully informed about the assessment procedures we follow in our schools.

 

PERFORMANCE

Last year’s Year 6 class took their SATS in May 2016. Below is a summary of the results :

29% of pupils achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Mathematics

The following percentages achieved a high level of attainment :

  • Reading               29%
  • Writing                   7%
  • Mathematics    21%

Average progress in Reading                         2.1 (range -1.3 to 5.5)
Average scaled score in Reading               104

Average progress in Writing                        -7.2 (range -10.6 to -3.8)

Average progress in Mathematics              0.0 (range -2.9 to 2.9)
Average scaled score in Mathematics     102

 

For Graffham CE Infant School

Here is a link to our most recent OFSTED report (June 2011)

And here is a link to the Department for Education’s Performance Tables Website

 

For Duncton CE Junior School

Here is a link to our most recent OFSTED report (November 2014)

And here is a link to the Department for Education’s Performance Tables Website