Key Stage 2 2016 Data

We are extremely proud of how well our Year 6 pupils performed in their end of Key Stage 2 national tests.

In 2016 the KS2 tests were changed so that they were in-line with the new National Curriculum.  The standards were raised which means that schools are unable to compare results with previous years but we are still able to compare our results with national figures.  The increase in standard also meant it was much harder for the children to achieve the expectations but the pupils were hard, rose to the challenge and as a results gained fantastic results.

The headline percentage of children achieving the nationally expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined was 64%.  This is significantly higher than the national results of 53%.

Maths

In Maths OGPS KS2 children outperformed the national results for expected standard; scaled score and also value added progress, as show below:

 MATHS ACHIEVING STANDARD SCALED SCORE VALUE ADDED PROGRESS
OGPS RESULTS 91% 104.4 3.5
NATIONAL RESULTS 70% 103.0 0.0

Reading

In Reading OGPS KS2 children outperformed the national results for expected standard and also value added progress, as shown below:

READING ACHIEVING STANDARD SCALED SCORE VALUE ADDED PROGRESS
OGPS RESULTS 67% 101.5 1.2
NATIONAL RESULTS 66% 103.0 0.0

 Writing

In Writing OGPS KS2 children outperformed the national results for expected standard, as shown below:

 WRITING ACHIEVING STANDARD
OGPS RESULTS 76%
NATIONAL RESULTS 74%

Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation

In the Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation test, OGPS KS2 children outperformed the national results for expected standard; scaled score and also value added progress, as show below:

GPS ACHIEVING STANDARD SCALED SCORE VALUE ADDED PROGRESS
OGPS RESULTS 91% 106.3 2.2
NATIONAL RESULTS 72% 104.0 0.0

Tuesday 1st March 2016

Following publication of the validated Raise On Line document in February 2016, please click below for our most recent End of Key Stage Summary.

Whole School Key Stage Summary 2015

Monday 9th November 2015

Assessment at OGPS since September 2015

Following the change in the National Curriculum since September 2014 levels as we previously knew them are no more in existence. We have adopted a new system which tracks pupils progress against the end of year age related expectations and will enable us to inform parents at the end of each year if their child is emerging (below age related expectations); developing (working at age related expectations) or secure (above age related expectations).
Please click on the link below for the PowerPoint presentation for the parents/carers on the new curriculum and assessment on November 9th 2015.

OGPS curriculum assessment presentation Nov 2015

Link to School Performance Tables published on the DfE Website

http://www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=100485