Here is a summary of end of Key Stage achievement for 2017/18

End of Key Stage 2 Achievement 2017/18



School Result

National Result

Pupils achieving the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined

 75% 64% 

Reading: Pupils achieving the expected standard

 92% 75% 

Reading: Pupils achieving greater depth

38% 28% 

Reading: Progress measure against prior attainment

-1.1

Reading: Average scaled score

108 105

Writing: Pupils achieving the expected standard

 83% 78% 

Writing: Pupils achieving greater depth

 22% 19% 

Writing: Progress measure against prior attainment

 -3.1

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar:  Pupils achieving the expected standard

87% 78%

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar: Pupils achieving greater depth

48% 34%

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar: Average scaled score

108.4 106.2

Maths: Pupils achieving the expected standard

88% 76%

Maths: Pupils achieving greater depth

25% 24%

Maths: Progress measure against prior attainment

-2.9 0

Maths: Average scaled score

105 104

 

 

End of Key Stage 1 Achievement 2017/18



School Result
National Result

Reading: Pupils achieving the expected standard

90% 75% 

Reading: Pupils achieving greater depth

38%   26%

Writing: Pupils achieving expected standard

80%  70% 

Writing: Pupils achieving greater depth

20% 16% 

Maths: Pupils achieving expected standard

 82% 76% 

Maths: Pupils achieving greater depth

 32% 22% 

 

 

Early Years Foundation Stage Good Level of Development 2016/17

School 

National
74%

71%

 

 

Phonics Screening Test

Towards the end of Year 1, all pupils undertake a phonics screening test. It is then repeated in Year 2 for those children who need longer to meet the expected standard.

 

School Result

National Result

Year 1 Pupils

 95% 83% 

Year 2 Pupils

 87% 7/8 chn

62% 

View the latest published Government Performance Tables for St Stephen’s School.

Pupil Premium

The Government introduced the Pupil Premium Grant in April 2011. This grant, which is additional to main school funding, is seen by the Government as the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM) and their wealthier peers, by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most. Children in Local Authority care, and children with parents in the Armed Forces also bring Pupil Premium funding into school.

The Pupil Premium is allocated to schools and is clearly identifiable. Schools can decide how the Pupil Premium is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility.

At St Stephen’s Primary School we support all our pupils. We do this by providing high quality classroom teaching supplemented by interventions to support vulnerable learners as and when required. The School Leadership Team and Governing Body monitor the impact of all spending and interventions, including the Pupil Premium. The nature of some of the interventions outlined below means many have benefitted additional children who do not receive Pupil Premium funding.

View Government information on the Pupil Premium.

Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure Report 2017-19

Please click here for a review of the spending and attainment data for 2016-17 and click here for the spending plan for 2018-19.

 

Sports Premium

PE and Sport provide our children with opportunities to develop important life skills: self-control, determination, communication, teamwork and commitment. This can lead to improved concentration, attitude and achievement in all aspects of their personal development.

In response to the success of Team GB in the London 2012 Olympic Games, the government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum for the next three years to improve the provision of PE and Sport in primary schools. This funding is provided jointly by the Department for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and must be spent on PE and Sport provision. We have welcomed this announcement and believe that this additional funding will enhance our provision of high quality PE, both within the school day and beyond, and will add to our existing resources.

How much funding are we receiving?
St Stephen’s received £6011 in October 2014, and another £3769 in April 2014, totalling £9780. This funding continued at the same rate until 2017. It has just been confirmed that this amount is set to increase in 2017-18 and we will update our spending plan below to reflect our increased provision in due course.

How is this money being spent?
This money is being used to employ two sports coaches to provide a quality sport experience across the school. As well as providing pupils with access to professional coaching in a wide range of sports throughout their time with us, staff are able to refer to the coaches for advice and ideas to impact upon all PE provision.

Healthy and Active Lifestyles

We are thrilled to have been recently awarded the Sainsbury’s Active Gold Mark in recognition of the breadth of sporting opportunities we offer. We also have ‘Healthy Schools’ accreditation and promote a healthy lifestyle through our curriculum, school meals and wider curriculum provision. 

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