School Data 2017 - 2018
Highwood’s academic performance from Early Years to Key Stage 2 continues on an upward trajectory. When data for our mainstream children is separated from the publicly available data, all reportable assessments are in-line or above the national average.
Our Good level of Development at the end of F2 continues to be strong with 81% for our whole school cohort (84% for our mainstream children.)
The Phonics screening test continues to be a strength at Highwood with 94% of our whole school cohort (93% for our mainstream children) passing the assessment.
All KS1 data improved from last year and is again above the national average in all subjects. We wanted to improve the amount of our children that were achieving the higher scores, particularly in Maths, and this was achieved with 42% in Reading; 43% in Writing and 37% in Maths achieving the Greater Depth standard.
KS2 data also saw improvements from last year. Our mainstream children’s data was in line with the national average for Reading and Writing and well above the national average for Maths and Grammar, punctuation and spelling. Our children also achieved 46% in Reading; 21% in Writing and 46% in Maths at the Greater Depth standard.
All measures of progress for KS2 were also in the ‘Average’ band. Maths progress improved dramatically from -3.6 to +0.2, which is particularly reassuring to show that our efforts in improving this, and all these aspects of school, have come to fruition so quickly after being deemed areas for improvement in our most recent inspection.
A summary of the data can be seen on the attached pdf document.
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