Pupil Progress & Attainment

How well do children progress and achieve at Bannockburn Primary School?

At Bannockburn we believe pupils should make good progress in learning every lesson, every day, every week, every term and every year. We know that when pupils make steady and even progress they are more likely to continue making good progress at secondary school and beyond.

Additionally we also believe that the process of collecting data is not an outcome of a process but the beginning of many processes. It is what is done with the data that really matters.

Pupil achievement is judged in two ways:

  1. Attainment (up until July 2015) – this referred to what national curriculum levels children were. By the end of Year 2 the national expectation was for children to be a level 2B and by the end of Year 6 the expectation is for children to be a level 4
  2. Progress – this refers to how well pupils have progressed in their learning from their starting point

 

Attainment at Key Stage 1 (Year 1 to Year 2)

This table shows the percentage of children working at or above a level 2b by the end of year 2

Level 2b+

School 2012

National 2012

School 2013

National 2013

School 2014 National 2014 School 2015 National 2015

Reading

79%

76%

81% 79% 81% 81% 87% 82%

Writing

64%

65%

62% 67% 67% 70% 76% 72%

Maths

80%

77%

86% 78% 86% 80% 91% 82%

As you can see children at Bannockburn do as least as well or better than the national figures

 

This table shows the percentage of children working above the expected level by the end of year 2

Level 3+

School 2012

National 2012

School 2013

National 2013

School 2014 National 2014 School 2015 National 2015

Reading

33%

27%

47%

29%

22% 31% 35% 32%

Writing

16%

14%

23%

15%

16% 16% 20% 18%

Maths

23%

22%

41%

23%

20% 24% 31% 26%

As you can see at Bannockburn we have more children working above the expected level in comparison with national data

Key Stage 2 (July 2016) - Average Progress Scores in Reading, Writing and Maths

 

 

 

Progress

 

School

Greenwich Borough

National

Reading

 

7.9

1.3

0.0

Writing

 

4.9

2.5

0.0

Maths

 

5.0

1.4

0.0

   

 

 

Attainment Outcomes

 

% At expected standard or above

 

School

Greenwich Borough

National

Reading Test – expected standard or above (100+)

99%

73%

66%

Reading Test – higher standard (110+)

 

44%

22%

19%

Writing Teacher Assessment – expected standard or above

89%

83%

74%

Writing Teacher Assessment – greater depth

 

37%

26%

15%

Maths Test – expected standard or above (100+)

 

95%

78%

70%

Maths Test – higher standard (110+)

 

33%

23%

17%

Grammar Punctuation Spelling Test – expected standard or above (100+)

90%

78%

72%

Grammar Punctuation Spelling Test – higher standard (110+)

22%

28%

23%

Science Teacher Assessment – expected standard

90%

88%

81%

     
       

 

Average Scaled Scores

 

Average scaled scores

 

School

Greenwich Borough

National

Reading Test

 

110

104

103

Maths Test

 

107

105

103

Grammar Punctuation Spelling Test

 

106

105

104

     

 

Teacher Assessments (additional 2016)

 

Teacher assessments

 

School

Greenwich Borough

National

Reading Teacher Assessment – at expected standard

89%

85%

80%

Maths Teacher Assessment – at expected standard

92%

86%

78%

     

 

Previous Years KS2 Progress and Attainment

Bannockburn Results and Contextual Summary

Bannockburn Target Setting

For more information on the school's performance please visit the Department for Education (DfE) website.