School Performance Information
End of KS2 School Performance Data
Due to COVID19 there have been no formal end of KS2 assessment for the past two years meaning we have no formal data since 2019. However, we have continued to complete internal PIXL assessments for all of our pupils that allows us to assess where they are and identify any gaps in learning. Teacher assessment grades were given to all pupils at the end of July 2021 and these were shared with feeder secondary schools for our Year 6 pupils
The 2019 end of Key Stage 2 assessments (completed in the summer term of Year 6) assessed the pupils against the expectations set out in the National Curriculum which was introduced in 2014. New tests and teacher assessment frameworks were introduced in 2016 (updated in 2018) to reflect the revised curriculum.
Following the tests in June each pupil receive their test results as a scaled score in reading and maths along with a teacher assessment judgement of whether the child has met or not met the end of KS2 age related expectations in writing.
As you will see from the data attached, Bedgrove Junior School achieve strong end of KS2 outcomes, which evidence that children achieve well and make good progress during their time with us. There is a three-year upwards positive trend with most aspects of our data and in particular, most recently, with our greater depth pupils.
Each data set shows that we achieve above the national average (the data for all schools in England combined) for the comparable data set and our combined percentage of pupils achieving ARE (age related expectations) in reading, writing and maths is 76% which is 11% above the national average data.