Brook House SATs 2014

2014 SATs results

Below are the results of the 2014 SATs.

Attainment 2014

  • 83% of children achieved level 4+ in both reading, writing and maths
  • 94% of children achieved a level 4 or above in reading
  • 53% of children achieved a level 5 or above in reading
  • 89% of children achieved level 4 or above in writing
  • 51% of children achieved level 5 or above in writing
  • 10% of children achieved a level 6 in writing
  • 90% of children achieved level 4 or above in maths
  • 58% of children achieved level 5 or above in maths
  • This year 15% of children achieved a level 6 in maths

Progress

  • 89% of children achieved at least 2 levels progress in reading from Key Stage 1 (end of year 2) to the end of year 6.
  • 29% of children achieved 3+ levels progress in reading from Key Stage 1 (end of year 2) to the end of year 6.
  • 94% of children achieved at least 2 levels progress in writing
  • 39% of children achieved 3+ levels progress in writing
  • 91% of children achieved at least 2 levels progress in maths
  • 42% of children achieved 3+ levels progress in maths

Well done!

Well done to the children and staff for their hard work. These results reflect the highest ever achievement for children in reading, writing and maths. We are particularly thrilled with the attainment and progress outcomes in maths which are significantly higher than national figures.

A continued focus on increasing the proportion of children making expected and more than expected progress in reading, writing and maths are included as key priorities for the academic year 2014-2015.

Pupil Premium

The school tracks closely the attainment and progress of children who attract pupil premium funding, offering additional support, particularly with small group/1-1 tuition in maths and English.

In the 2013-2014 Y6 cohort of 13 pupils:

  • All of the children benefitted from an extensive programme of RM maths.
  • Bespoke intervention groups both 1:1 and group work before, during and after school.

Maths:

  • 92% of children who attracted pupil premium funding made at least expected progress in maths.
  • 92% of children who attracted pupil premium funding achieved level 4+.

Reading:

  • 85% of pupils made at least expected (2 levels) progress in reading (Pupil Premium expected progress who have been in the school for 2 years or above in Reading was 92%).
  • 77% of children attained at Level 4+ in reading. (School progress for Pupil Premium achieving L4 who have been in the school for 2 years or above was 92%).

Writing:

  • 85% of pupil premium children made at least expected in writing.
  • 77% of pupils achieved level 4+ in writing.
  • 92% of children who had been in the school for 2 years or above achieved both 2 levels progress and L4+.

In light of the pupil premium funding this academic year (2013-2014) the school has been able to employ an additional teaching assistant with a remit for providing a range of additional provision for children who qualify for pupil premium funding.

Additional provision includes:

  • Springboard 5 maths intervention programme
  • TRUGS (Teaching Reading Using Games)
  • Pastoral work/home-school/outreach work
  • Additional writing and reading support groups
  • Out of school activities