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Primary School League Tables 2019 reveal Bury's best performing schools

18th December 2019 - Bury Times

 

REVEALED: Primary School League Tables 2019 reveal Bury's best performing schools

(above is the Bury Primary School Tablesone)

 

NUMBERS of children leaving primary school reaching the expected standards in the 3Rs is in line with the national average.
The Department for Education has released its annual primary school performance tables, which rank schools on the results of the key Stage Two SATs — taken by Year Six pupils to test their reading, writing and mathematical skills. on the results of the key Stage Two SATs ­— taken by Year Six pupils to test their reading, writing and mathematical skills.

 

The number of children in Bury mastering the 3Rs has risen with the amount of progress they make being classed as "above average", data released from the national curriculum tests taken in May of this year shows.

 

Bury's overall result went up by one percentage point ­continuing the borough's year-on-year rise and was in line with the national average of 65 per cent of children leaving primary school reaching the expected standards in reading, writing and maths.

 

And the progress children make during their time at school is above average in reading and maths, and average in writing.

 

These scores show how much progress pupils made in reading, writing and maths between the end of Key Stage One and the end of Key Stage Two, compared to pupils across England who go similar results at the end of Key Stage One.

 

The number of children achieving at a higher standard rose by one per cent to eight per cent, but continued to remain lower than the national average of 11 per cent.

 

Maths was the strongest subject, with 80 per cent of children reaching at least the expected standard, compared to 79 per cent nationally. Pass rate for reading stood at 73 per cent and writing at 78 per cent, both in line with the national average.

 

Cllr Tamoor Tariq, cabinet member for children, schools and families, said: “It’s a broadly stable set of outcomes, and we are determined to do better.

 

"We are investing significant resources and energy in securing high quality outcomes for every pupil in a Bury school.” 

 

Top of the table this year was Chantlers Primary School with 97 per cent of pupils achieving at least the expected standard in the 3Rs.

 

In reading and maths, youngsters at the school perform "above average". And the numbers of pupils achieving at the higher level was above the national average and the local average, standing at 14 per cent.

 

Class of 2019 at Chantlers were the first class to have gone all the way through the school under the leadership of Phil Barlow who took over as headteacher in September 2013.

 

He said: "The school has been on a huge journey of consistent improvement since then. This year’s attainment reflects outstanding teaching and learning and as a school we are we are thrilled for the Class of 2019, who excelled in all aspects of the curriculum, in their time at Chantlers.

 

"We were also very pleased in the fact that progress in reading and maths was also above the national average.

 

"Thanks to all staff and our supportive parents, very much a 'Team Chantlers' result ­— I’m very proud to be the headteacher of such a wonderful school."

KS2 Results 2019

 

This year we had the National Curriculum tests in Year 6. We are extremely proud of our achievements this year. Well done Year 6.

Percentage of children who achieved end of year expectation.
Reading – 100%
Writing – 97%
Maths – 97%
GPS* – 97%
Combined Reading, Writing and Maths is 97%

Percentage of children who achieved the higher standard.
Reading – 39%
Writing – 22%
Maths – 36%
GPS* – 53%
Combined Reading, Writing and Maths is 14%

Average progress score.
Reading – 3.0
Writing – 1.1
Maths – 2.1 

Average scaled score.
Reading – 109
Writing – n/a
Maths – 108
GPS* – 111

 

* GPS is Grammar, Punctuation and spelling

KS2 Results 2018

 

This year we had the National Curriculum tests in Year 6. We continue to be proud of our achievements. Well done Year 6.

 

Percentage of children who achieved end of year expectation.

Reading – 88%

Writing – 94%

Maths – 97%

GPS* – 97%

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths is 84%

 

Percentage of children who achieved the higher standard.

Reading – 25%

Writing – 22%

Maths – 44%

GPS* – 53%

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths is 16%

 

Average progress score.

Reading – 4.2

Writing – 5.1

Maths – 7.4

 

Average scaled score.

Reading – 106

Writing – n/a

Maths – 109

GPS* – 111

 

* GPS is Grammar, Punctuation and spelling

 

KS2 Results 2017

 

This year we had the new National Curriculum tests in Year 6. We continue to be proud of our achievements. Well done Year 6.

 

Percentage of children who achieved end of year expectation.

Reading – 83%

Writing – 91%

Maths – 94%

GPS* – 94%

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths is 80%

 

Percentage of children who achieved the higher standard.

Reading – 31%

Writing – 20%

Maths – 34%

GPS* – 37%

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths is 20%

 

Average progress score.

Reading – 3.0

Writing – 2.3

Maths – 3.7

GPS* – 94%

 

Average scaled score.

Reading – 107

Writing – n/a

Maths – 108

GPS* – 110

 

* GPS is Grammar, Punctuation and spelling

 

KS2 Results 2016

 

This year we had the new National Curriculum tests in Year 6. We continue to be proud of our achievements. Well done Year 6.

 

Percentage of children who achieved end of year expectation.

Reading – 83%

Writing – 92%

Maths – 97%

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths is 81%

 

Percentage of children who achieved the higher standard.

Reading – 17%

Writing – 6%

Maths – 19%

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths is 3%

 

Average progress score.

Reading – 1.68

Writing – 0.38

Maths – 2.46

 

Average scaled score.

Reading – 105.7

Writing – N/A

Maths – 106.7

 

KS2 Results 2015

 

We had fantastic SAT’s results again this year. We are very proud of our achievements, both in and outside of the classroom. Well done Year 6.

 

Percentage of children who achieved level 4 or above

Reading – 97%

Writing – 94%

Maths – 91%

 

Percentage of children who achieved level 5 or above

Reading – 77%

Writing – 60%

Maths – 43%

 

Percentage of children who have improved by 2 levels between KS1 and KS2

Reading – 97%

Writing – 100%

Maths – 100%

 

Percentage of children who exceeded 2 levels progress between KS1 and KS2

Reading – 50%

Writing – 53%

Maths – 31%

 

KS2 Results 2014

 

At Chantlers, we are very proud of our children’s achievements, both in and outside of the classroom. In 2014, we had fantastic SATs results.

 

Percentage of children who achieved level 4 or above

Reading – 97%

Writing – 97%

Maths – 100%

 

Percentage of children who achieved level 5 or above

Reading – 63%

Writing – 34%

Maths – 49%

 

Percentage of children who have improved by 2 levels between KS1 and KS2

Reading – 97%

Writing – 97%

Maths – 100%

 

Percentage of children who exceeded 2 levels progress between KS1 and KS2

Reading – 58%

Writing – 42%

Maths – 48%

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