Assessment Outcomes

Assessment Outcomes for 2017-18

Foundation Stage Two

Below Good Level of Development Good Level of Development
0% 100%

 

Year One Phonics Check

Below the level of the check Meeting the level of the check
0% 100%

 

Year Two Teacher Assessment

Subject Below the expected level At the expected level Above the expected level
Reading 0% 100% 70%
Writing 0% 100% 60%
Maths 10% 90% 70%
Science 0% 100%

 

Year Six National Testing Assessment

Subject Below the expected level At the expected level
Reading 0% 100%
SpaG 0% 100%
Writing 0% 100%
Maths 0% 100%

 

Scaled Score averages

Subject Mount Pleasant National
Reading SMALL COHORT TBC
SpaG SMALL COHORT TBC
Maths SMALL COHORT TBC

 

Mean Value Added

Subject Mount Pleasant MoD Schools
Reading SMALL COHORT TBC
Writing SMALL COHORT TBC
Maths SMALL COHORT TBC

 

Pupils attaining higher level of attainment

Subject Mount Pleasant National
Reading 100% TBC
Writing 100% TBC
Maths 100% TBC
SPaG 100% TBC
RWM combined 100% TBC

 

Year Six Teacher Assessment

Subject Below the expected level At the expected level Above the expected level
Reading 0% 100%
Writing 0% 0% 100%
SpaG 0% 100%
Maths 0% 100%
Science 0% 100%

Swimming

10% of pupils in Year 6 met the 3 End of KS2 Requirements for swimming.

Assessment Outcomes for 2016-17

Foundation Stage Two

Below Good Level of Development Good Level of Development
0% 100%

 

Year One Phonics Check

Below the level of the check Meeting the level of the check
0% 100%

 

Year Two Teacher Assessment

Subject Below the expected level At the expected level Above the expected level
Reading 20% 80% 60%
Writing 20% 80% 60%
Maths 0% 100% 20%
Science 0% 100%

 

Year Six National Testing Assessment

Subject Below the expected level At the expected level
Reading 0% 100%
SpaG 0% 100%
Writing 0% 100%
Maths 0% 100%

 

Scaled Score averages

Subject Mount Pleasant National
Reading 115 104
SpaG 109 106
Maths 114 104

 

Mean Value Added

Subject Mount Pleasant MoD Schools
Reading +11.84 +0.22
Writing +11.56 +0.04
Maths +10.13 +0.22

 

Pupils attaining higher level of attainment

Subject Mount Pleasant National
Reading 100% 24.5%
Writing 100% 17.7%
Maths 66.7% 22.6%
SPaG 33.3% 30.9%
RWM combined 66.7% 8.6%

 

Year Six Teacher Assessment

Subject Below the expected level At the expected level Above the expected level
Reading 0% 100%
Writing 0% 0% 100%
SpaG 0% 100%
Maths 0% 100%
Science 0% 100%

 

 

Assessment Outcomes for 2015-16

Foundation Stage Two

Below good level of development Good level of development
0% 100%

Year One Phonics Check

Below the level of the check Meeting the level of the check
16.7% 83.3%

Year Two Teacher Assessment

Subject Below the expected level At the expected level Above the expected level
Reading 0% 100%
Writing 0% 20% 80%
Maths 0% 100%
Science 0% 100%

Year Two Teacher Assessment*

Subject Below the expected level At the expected level
Reading 0% 100%
SpaG 0% 100%
Writing 0% 100%
Maths 0% 100%

Scaled Score averages

Subject Mount Pleasant National
Reading 114 103
SpaG 113 104
Maths 105 103

Year Six Teacher Assessment

Subject Below the expected level At the expected level Above the expected level
Reading 0% 100%
Writing 0% 0% 100%
SpaG 0% 100%
Maths 0% 100%
Science 0% 100%

In Foundation Stage the Department for Education (DfE) measure our success by the number of pupils in Foundation Stage two who have reached a good level of development; a child is considered to have a ‘good level of development’ if they have achieved the expected level in the Early Learning Goals in all aspects of PSE, Physical development, Communication and language, Literacy and Mathematics. 100% of pupils at Mount Pleasant have attained this level of development.

Children in Year One and some Children in Year Two are required to take a phonics check. 100% of children retaking the Year Two check achieved the required level and 83.3% of pupils in Year One reached the expected level of the check.

Children in Year Two are assessed in two ways, external examinations which are National Curriculum Test in Mathematics and English and the school has to submit teacher assessment for English and Maths. 100% of pupils in Year Two achieved beyond the expected level in both tests and teacher assessment in all areas.

The final external testing method is placed on Year Six children who sat external test papers in Mathematics and English and the school has to submit teacher assessment for English, Maths and Science. 100% of pupils in Year Six, who took the test, achieved beyond the expected level and teacher assessment matched this in all areas.

Comparison of Year 6 test results against National Data show that we are above the National averages in all subjects in both percentages of children reaching the expected standard and the average scaled score.