Key Information / School Data


School Performance Tables

You can access the School Performance Tables for St John's published by the Secretary of State on the Department for Educations website by clicking here.
 

Inspection Reports

St John's Ofsted report, RE Report and School Performance Table are all listed on our Inspection Reports page here.
 

School Data

The new National curriculum was assessed in 2016 for the first time. New tests with higher expectations were taken by children at the end of year 2 and year 6.

It is no longer possible to compare school results to previous year’s results as children no longer receive a numbered level.

In place of levels children are assessed to check whether they have achieved the expected standard.  Some children may achieve standards above those expected by children of their age and will be judged to be working at greater depth.
 

 

What does 'expected standard' mean?

The 'expected standard' for Year 6 is met when a pupil achieves at least 100 on a scaled score (which ranges from 80 - 120) in reading; spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG) or mathematics in their SAT tests. 

What are scaled scores? 

The 'scaled score' is the raw score they achieve on their test papers 'scaled' to a score between 80-120.

Children who achieve a scaled score of 110+ on the scaled score are identified as achieving a higher standard.

Outcomes in writing

Outcomes in writing are determined by assessments made by the teaching staff. A child will be assessed by the teacher as meeting the expected standard or working at greater depth within the standard.

Progress Measures

 

The progress measure for the year group indicates whether the children, collectively, have made progress ‘below’, ‘in line with’ or ‘above’ expectation nationally.

A progress score of approximately 0 means pupils in a school (on average) do about as well at KS2 as those nationally.

A positive score means pupils in a school (on average) do better at KS2 than those nationally.

A negative score means pupils (on average) do less well at KS2 than those nationally.

 

To view our latest 2019 school data in a downloadable pdf please click here

 

End of Summer term 2019 final data

EYFS- children reaching a good level of development

 


2019


2019
National


2018


2017


All Pupils


66%


72%


66%


65%


Phonics screening 2019

Year 1

 


Number of Pupils


2019


National 2019


School 2018


School 2017


All Pupils


47/55


85%


82%


90%


84%

Year 2 cumulative

 


Number of Pupils


2019


National 2019


School 2018


All Pupils


55/57


95%


91%


88%


Year 2

 


Working at age related expectations or above


Working at greater depth

 

 

School
2019

 

National
2019

 

School
2018

 

School 2017

 

School
2019

 

National
2019

 

School
2018

 

School 2017


Reading


71%


75%


74%


68%


25%


25%


20%


27%


Writing


61%


69%


65%


63%


18%


15%


16%


16%


Maths


71%


76%


70%


65%


18%


22%


18%


24%

 

Year 6


Working at the expected standard


Working above the expected standard

 


School 2019


National
2019


School 2018


School
2017


School 2016


School 2019


National
2019


National  2018


School 2018


School 2017


School 2016


Reading


87%


73%


66%


69%


50%


38%


27%


28%


23%


10%


0%


Writing


87%


78%


91%


74%


64%


28%


20%


20%


35%


19%


7%


Maths


83%


79%


80%


86%


57%


36%


27%


24%


14%


21%


7%


GPS


87%


78%


82%


81%


61%


45%


36%


34%


43%


40%


0%


Combined Reading, Writing and Maths


83%


65%


59%


64%


44%


19%


11%


10%


9%


7%


0%

 

 

 

 

 

 


Average Scaled Score


Maths


106


Reading


106


Grammar & Punctuation


107

 

Key stage 2 progress

 


2016


2017


2018 


2019


Reading


-2.9


-3.8


-3.6


1.2


Writing


-2.8


-2.2


+0.9


1.3


Maths


-1.7


-1.4


-2.4


0.1

 

 

To view school data from previous years (2015-2018) please click here.