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Information about the School's performance can also be found on the DfE school performance tables website

FOUNDATION STAGE

Within FS children consistently make rapid progress which exceeds the expected level.  In 2016 97% of children made typical or rapid progress in literacy, and 92% of children made this progress in number. 65% of children showed a typical development for their age at the end of FS, this compares to 65% within Sheffield and 66% nationally. National and Sheffield figures are 2015.

Y1 PHONICS SCREENING TEST

The following table compares the percentages by phonics results for the School in 2016 with the national results for 2015. 

 

Wa - took the test and met the required standard

Wt - took the test and did not meet the required standard

Did not take the test

School

93

3

3

National

77

21

2

 SATS RESULTS – Y2 and Y6

The following tables show the School's results in National Curriculum Standard Assessments. They show Teacher and Test assessment with the percentage of children who gained the National Curriculum Levels shown.  KS1 results are for Y2.  KS2 results are for Y6.

 NATIONAL CURRICULUM ASSESSMENT OF PUPILS AT THE END OF KEY STAGE 1

These tables show the percentage of eligible children at the end of KS1 achieving the expected standard at Mundella School in 2016. The number of eligible children is 56.

 Figures may not total 100% because of rounding. 

 

Foundation for or

working towards the expected standard

At expected standard

Working at greater depth at the expected standard

Absent or Disapplied

Reading

13

68

16

4

Writing

27

55

14

4

Maths

13

71

13

4

Science

18

82

N/A

0

 

NATIONAL CURRICULUM ASSESSMENT OF PUPILS AT THE END OF KEY STAGE 2

 These tables show the percentage of year 6 pupils achieving the expected standard or above in 2016.  The number of eligible children is 39.

 Figures may not total 100 per cent because of rounding.

    

 

  Expected standard or above High standard
 
Reading

 
 69

 15
 
Writing

 
 79

 38
 
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

 
 79
 
 13
 
Mathematics

 
 90
 
 26

 Science


 74
 
 N/A





 

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