As there is no national data available for Key Stage 1 pupils and the key stage occurs over two years we expect pupils to make progress which is at least half of the expected progress for pupils of the same cohort across KS2 (4 years). Progress is benchmarked with the NWSAG progress charts.

End of Key Stage 1 Data 2017

Percentage of pupils making expected progress:

  • 100% (5 out of 5 pupils) made expected progress or above in English
  • 100% (5 out of 5 pupils) made expected progress or above in Mathematics
  • 100% pupils exceeded expected progress in English (5 out of 5 pupils)
  • 100% pupils exceeded expected progress in Mathematics (5 out of 5 pupils)

Analysis of progress for specific groups

Most able pupils:

  • 1 pupil started Key Stage 1 on S7 (P4) for English. She exceeded expected progress in English
  • 3 pupils started KS1 on S7 (P4) for mathematics. They all exceeded expected progress in Mathematics

Most dependent pupils:

  • 1 pupil started Key Stage 1 on S5 (P3i) for English and Mathematics. She exceeded expected progress in English and Mathematics.

Black, Minority, Ethnic:

  • No pupils at the end of Key Stage 1 fell into this category.

Child Looked After:

  • No pupils at the end of Key Stage 1 fell into this category.

Gender:

  • 3 males and 2 females were at the end of Key Stage 1. No gender differences were identified.

Pupil Premium:

  • 3 pupils qualified for the Pupil Premium Grant. They all exceeded expected progress in English and Mathematics.