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The school are proud of the achievements of 2016-17 cohort of children.  The combined score increased by 14% compared to the 2015-16 results, with maths and GPS results also making gains.

 

2016-17 Context

There are 38 pupils in the cohort.

  • Nine pupils are on the SEN register (24%).

  • 16 (42%) are pupil premium, 22 (58%) pupils are non-pupil premium.

  • Three pupils have been disapplied from all tests. Two have received an EHCP. 

  • One pupil took the reading and GPS paper, but was disapplied from maths.

  • One pupil took the GPS and maths paper, but was disapplied from reading.

  • One pupil had an unauthorised absence for a holiday and therefore did not take the reading paper.

  • Two pupils were granted special consideration.

  • 16 pupils attended the Easter booster sessions.

For all disapplied pupils, a negative score was counted on the results for the associated subjects.

 

 

Reading

Mathematics

GPS

Writing TA

SJS 2016

56%

47%

56%

63%

Combined SJS 2016

34%

National 2016

66%

70%

72%

74%

Combined National 2016

53%

(Difference to national -19%)

SJS 2017

 

 

55%

 

(Difference to national 2017 -16%, approximately 6 pupils)

58%

 

(Difference to national 2017 -17%, approximately 6 pupils)

61%

 

(Difference to national 2017 -16%, approximately 6 pupils)

63%

 

(Difference to national 2017 -13%, approximately 5 pupils)

Teacher Assessment

74%

66%

68%

63%

Combined SJS 2017

45%

(Difference to national -16%)

National 2017

71%

 

75%

77%

76%

Combined National 2017

61%

Please follow the link below to view the results on the DFE page.

Equal opportunities

We recognise that the school has a duty of care to ensure that all stakeholders are treated equally.  The schools consider the Equality Act 2010 and updated 2017 (race, disability, gender, gender reassignment, age, pregnancy and maternity, marital status, sexual orientation, religion and belief and sexual orientation) and ensure inclusion for all.

 

Please refer to the documents below to see how well our pupils achieve.

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