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Performance

“St Anthony’s is an Outstanding School!”

School Performance Tables

Inspections

Latest Ofsted Inspection Report

End of Year Results

We are delighted with our 2016 end of Key Stage results.  By the end of Y2 the children showed ‘outstanding’ progress in Maths, ‘outstanding’ progress in writing and ‘outstanding’ progress in Reading compared to National Averages and Hertfordshire schools.

KS2 SATs Results 2016

 

St Anthony’s

National

Herts

Reading (test)

 

 

 

Average progress score

+7.9 (+5.7 to +10.1)

 

+0.2

Average scaled score

109.5

103

103.9

% Expected standard or above

97

66

71.7

% Achieving high standard

45

19

23.1

Writing (TA)

 

 

 

Average progress score

+5.6 (+3.4 to +7.8)

 

+0.3

% Expected standard or above

90.3

74

78.8

% Achieving high standard

42

15

21.1

GPS (test)

 

 

 

Average scaled score

106

104

104.9

% Expected standard or above

84

72

76.4

% Achieving high standard

29

23

26.6

Maths (test)

 

 

 

Average progress score

+5 (+3.1 to +6.9)

 

-0.4

Average scaled score

107

103

103.6

% Expected standard or above

84

70

72.6

% Achieving high standard

29

17

19

RWM combined

 

 

 

% Expected standard or above

77.4

53

58.6

% Achieving high standard

16.1

5

7.7

 

As you can see from these results St. Anthony’s children achieve well above national and county results in all areas of learning.

Our achievement is outstanding. Well done everyone!

KS1 Teacher Assessments 2016

 

Reading %

Writing %

Maths %

Science %

R+W+M %

R+W+M+S %

EXS

83.3

75

80

85

70

70

GLD

23.3

18.3

20

11.7

EXS = Working at the expected standard           GDS = Working at greater depth at the expected standard

Progress is outstanding in Reading, Writing and Maths.

 

Y1 Phonics Assessment 2016

Pupils

Percentage achieving the required standard

Percentage working towards the required standard

 

St. Anthony’s

National

St. Anthony’s

National

59

78

77

22

23

The required standard is thirty-two out of forty

 

EYFSP Results 2016

Standards are showing improvements year on year and progress for these children is outstanding.

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