The most recent results of National Assessments can be found below.
The Links Primary School 2015 Headline Data
Pupil Performance 2016
|Performance of all KS2 Pupils 2016|
|Key Stage 2 Outcomes||Expected Standard||Higher Standard|
|% of pupils attaining expectations in reading||74%||66%||26%||19%|
|% of pupils attaining expectations in writing||87%||74%||23%||15%|
|% of pupils attaining expectations in maths||77%||70%||6%||17%|
|% of pupils attaining expectations in reading, writing and maths||68%||53%||3%||5%|
|% of pupils attaining expectations in spelling, punctuation and grammar||74%||72%||–|
|KS2 Prigress Scores
The new progress measures are a type of value added measure, which means that pupils’ results are compared to the actual achievements of other pupils nationally with similar prior attainment and come in the form of scaled scores and a school progress score.
Scaled scores are reported between 80 and 120 with 100 as the national standard.
Progress scores are for school only, not individual children. A score of 0 means that pupils in school on average do as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally. A positive score means pupils do better. A negative score does not mean that puils did not make any progress, rather it means they made less progress than other pupils nationally with similar starting points.
|Scaled Score||Progress Score|
|Speliing, punctuation and grammar||105.6||104.0||0.4|
|Performance of all KS1 Pupils 2016|
|Key Stage 1 Outcomes (25 Pupils)||Ecpected Standard||Greater Depth|
|% of pupils attaining expectations in reading||80%||74%||36%||24%|
|% of pupils attaining expectations in writing||80%||65%||36%||13%|
|% of pupils attaining expectations in maths||80%||73%||24%||18%|
|Year 1 Outcomes (29 Pupils)||Achieved the standard|
|% of pupils achieving threshold in Phonics Screening||97%||81%|
|Performance of all EYFS pupils 2016|
|Reception EYFS outcomes (20 children)||GLD|
|% of pupils achieving a good level of development
(achieving the expected level in all Prime Areas and the Specific Areas of Mathematics and Literacy)