Attainment and Progress Performance Tables

After July 2020, we are unable to publish our end of Key Stage outcomes because all of statutory assessment was cancelled due to the Coronavirus lockdown. From using teacher assessments and the results from practice papers, the following data shows the predicted outcomes judged by the teachers.
 
Year 6: End of Key Stage 2
2018 and 2019 are test results only. 2020 is predicted outcomes.
EXS+ =  expected standard or better
TA = teacher assessment
GDS =  greater depth standard
CPS = Courtney Primary School
Nat = National
 
    2018   2019   2020 TA only
    CPS Nat   CPS Nat   CPS  
Reading EXS+   62% 76%   48% 74%   73%  
Writing EXS+   86% 79%   82% 79%   77%  
Maths EXS+   66% 76%   63% 79%   69%  
RWM EXS+   48% 65%   37% 65%   62%  
                   
    2018   2019   2020 TA only
    CPS Nat   CPS Nat   CPS  
Reading GDS   7% 28%   15% 27%   35%  
Writing GDS   17% 20%   26% 20%   12%  
Maths GDS   10% 24%   15% 27%   31%  
RWM GDS   7% 10%   7% 11%   12%  
Year 2: End of Key Stage 1
2018 and 2019 are end of year moderated teacher assessments. 2020 is predicted outcomes.
EXS+ =  expected standard or better
GDS =  greater depth standard
CPS = Courtney Primary School
Nat = National
  2018   2019 2020 Predicted
  CPS Nat  CPS Nat CPS  
Reading EXS+ 77% 75%  64% 75% 63%  
Writing EXS+ 73% 70%  64% 69% 79%  
Maths EXS+ 77% 76%  64% 76% 79%  
RWM EXS+ 73% 65%  61% 65% 63%  
               
  2018   2019 2020 Predicted
  CPS Nat  CPS Nat CPS  
Reading GDS 32% 26%  32% 25% 32%  
Writing GDS 32% 16%  18% 15% 32%  
Maths GDS 32% 22%  21% 22% 26%  
RWM GDS 27% 12%  18% 11% 26%  
Phonics Data July 2020
Before lockdown, all but one of our Y1 children were on track to meet the expected standard in the statutory phonic screener.
 

2017 CPS

2017 Nat

2018 CPS

2018 Nat

2019 CPS

2019 Nat

2020 CPS

Predicted

86.4%

81.2%

80%

83% without

non-attender

82.7%

71.4%*

one child new

82.1%

96%

 
The government produces performance tables for each school. These can be accessed using the link below.