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Test and Teacher Assessment Results 2020

Tests

At the end of year 6, before leaving for secondary school, children usually take statutory assessment tests (SATs) in Reading, Maths and SPAG (grammar, punctuation and spelling). Children receive a score based on these one-off, timed tests aiming to meet the National Standards.  This year due to Covid-19, the tests did not take place.

Teacher Assessments

Teachers monitor and assess progress and attainment throughout the year and collect evidence to show the level children are able to work at and whether they meet the National Standards.  Our performance data for this year, is based solely on teacher assessments. 

Raw percentages can sometimes be a little misleading as in a small school the cohort may be as small as 6 children, meaning each child is a large percentage in statistical terms.

There were 13 children in the 2020 cohort. Each child therefore represents 7.7%.

1 pupil had significant Special Educational Needs and would not have sat the SATs. 

15% of the cohort (2/13) had Special Educational Needs.

7.7% of the cohort (1/13) did not start with us

Performance Data 2020 - click here
 

Test and Teacher Assessment Results 2019

Tests

At the end of year 6, before leaving for secondary school, children take statutory tests in Reading, Maths and SPAG (grammar, punctuation and spelling). Children will receive a score based on these one-off, timed tests aiming to meet the National Standards. These figures are expressed as percentages of the year group (cohort)

Teacher Assessments

In addition, teachers monitor and assess progress and attainment throughout the year and collect evidence to show the level children are able to work at and whether they meet the National Standards. 

Raw percentages can sometimes be a little misleading as in a small school the cohort may be as small as 6 children, meaning each child is a large percentage in statistical terms.

There were 10 children in the 2019 cohort. Each child therefore represents 10%.

20% of the cohort (2/10) had Special Educational Needs.

80% of the cohort (8/10) did not start with us

Performance Data 2020 - click here 
 

Test and Teacher Assessment Results 2018

Tests

At the end of year 6, before leaving for secondary school, children take statutory tests in Reading, Maths and SPAG (grammar, punctuation and spelling). Children will receive a score based on these one-off, timed tests aiming to meet the National Standards. These figures are expressed as percentages of the year group (cohort)

Teacher Assessments

In addition, teachers monitor and assess progress and attainment throughout the year and collect evidence to show the level children are able to work at and whether they meet the National Standards. 

Raw percentages can sometimes be a little misleading as in a small school the cohort may be as small as 6 children, meaning each child is a large percentage in statistical terms.

There were 17 children in the 2018 cohort. Each child therefore represents 6%.

42% of the cohort (7/17) had Special Educational Needs.

36% of the cohort (6/17) did not start with us (most joined during year 2 and 6% half-way through year 6)

Performance Data 2018 click here
 

 

Test and Teacher Assessment Results 2017

Tests

At the end of year 6, before leaving for secondary school, children take statutory tests in Reading, Maths and SPAG (grammar, punctuation and spelling) Children will receive a score based on these one-off, timed tests aiming to meet the National Standards. These figures are expressed as percentages of the year group (cohort)

Teacher Assessments

In addition, teachers monitor and assess progress and attainment throughout the year and collect evidence to show the level children are able to work at and whether they meet the National Standards. 

Raw percentages can sometimes be a little misleading as in a small school the cohort may be as small as 6 children, meaning each child is a large percentage in statistical terms.

There were 10 children in the 2017 cohort. Each child therefore represents 10%.

30% of the cohort (3/10) had Special Educational Needs.

Performance Data 2017 click here

Further information can be found on the DFE Link below

 

DfE Performance Tables for Stoke by Nayland Primary School

DoE Performance Tables for Stoke by Nayland Church of England Primary School (converted to an Academy Trust on 1st June 2017)

 

 

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Stoke by Nayland C of E Primary School

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Stoke-by-Nayland

Colchester CO6 4QY

Mr Andrew Frolish - Executive Headteacher

Mrs Kelly McGrath-Wells - Head of School

 

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