Pupils attaining a ‘Good Level of Development’ at the end of EYFS
- The number of children achieving a Good Level of Development is showing a significant (19%) upward trend.
- Literacy attainment(73%) is above national (72%) attainment
- Maths attainment (73%) which is broadly in line with national (77%)
|Key Stage 1 Outcomes|
Phonics attainment Year 1
- There is a continued upward trend in attainment
- This trend will support reading attainment across the key stages
Phonics attainment across Key Stage 1 (end of Year 2)
- Attainment in phonics over Key Stage 1 has improved significantly in 2016 and 2017
- By the end of KS2 the overall attainment in phonics is closing the gap with national attainment
Key Stage 1 (Year 2) Outcomes
Year 2 pupils achieving the expected standard
- There is a significant upward trend in attainment in all areas
- The school is closing the gap in reading at Key Stage 1
- Attainment in writing and maths is exceeding national standards
- Attainment in reading is impacting combined attainment
Year 2 pupils exceeding the expected standard (110+)
- Pupils are exceeding the national standard in writing at Key Stage 1.
|Key Stage 2 (Year 6) Outcomes|
The Language and Communication Resource (LCR) is now ‘The Bridge Satellite@Robert Blair’. The Satellite School continues to operate alongside the mainstream school, with the children joining classes during the day as appropriate and with full support. The data below is shown both with and without LCR data. This reflects a realistic picture of the schools results both now and moving forward, when ‘The Bridge Satellite@Robert Blair’ data will no longer be included.
Pupils achieving the expected standard
|Robert Blair without LCR||55%||80%||75%||75%||45%||80%|
- The percentage of children in the mainstream school achieving Age Related Expectations is exceeding national standards in writing
- The percentage of children in the mainstream school achieving Age Related Expectations meets the national standards in maths.
- The percentage of children in the mainstream school achieving Age Related Expectations is broadly in line with national standards in Grammar Punctuation and Spelling (GPS)
- Attainment in reading is well below national average and impacts significantly on combined attainment
Pupils exceeding the expected standard (110+)
|Robert Blair without LCR||10%||15%||30%||25%||0%|
- Maths is above national attainment for children achieving a greater depth within the standard.
- Writing and GPS is broadly in line with national attainment at greater depth
- Reading is below national attainment at greater depth
- Combined attainment is a key development focus
Average progress made KS2
|2017||Robert Blair without LCR||-0.2||3.3||3.3|
- The progress that children in the mainstream school make in writing and maths is in the top quartile of progress nationally
- Progress in reading in the mainstream school is in the middle 20% nationally, which is the average range ie. top 60%
Average scaled score KS2
|Robert Blair without LCR||100.5||104.6||104.0|
You can make comparisons between Robert Blair and other schools nationally by using the DfE’s school performance tables.