KS1 and KS2 results

Early Years Attainment

Eversley National
2016 2017 2018 2018
% of pupils attaining a good level of development 75 72 71 72
Average Total Points Score 33.9 33.9 34.3 34.5

Year One Phonics Attainment

Eversley National
2016 2017 2018 2018
% of pupils working at the required standard 90 83 82 83

End of Key Stage One Attainment

Eversley National
2016 2017 2018 2018
Reading
% of pupils attaining the expected standard or better 80 75 82 75
% of pupils attaining the greater depth standard 37 28 23 26
Writing
% of pupils attaining the expected standard or better 65 67 78 70
% of pupils attaining the greater depth standard 23 20 22 16
Mathematics
% of pupils attaining the expected standard or better 67 80 87 76
% of pupils attaining the greater depth standard 22 22 22 22
Reading, Writing and Mathematics
% of pupils attaining the expected standard or better 60 62 73 65
% of pupils attaining the greater depth standard 12 13 12 12

End of Key Stage Two Attainment

Eversley National
2016 2017 2018 2018
Reading
% of pupils attaining the expected standard or better 63 83 72 75
% of pupils attaining the greater depth standard 9 30 28 28
Writing
% of pupils attaining the expected standard or better 83 78 81 78
% of pupils attaining the greater depth standard 17 10 17 20
Mathematics
% of pupils attaining the expected standard or better 70 85 88 76
% of pupils attaining the greater depth standard 19 23 16 24
Reading, Writing and Mathematics
% of pupils attaining the expected standard or better 58 73 67 64
% of pupils attaining the greater depth standard 7 5 9 10
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
% of pupils attaining the expected standard or better 75 83 74 78
% of pupils attaining the greater depth standard 25 27 33 34

Average Scaled Scores (July 2018)

Eversley Essex National
Reading 104 105 105
Maths 105 104 104

Key Stage 1 – 2 Progress

The system of national curriculum levels is no longer used by the government. The previous ‘expected progress’ measure has been replaced by a value-added measure.

There is no ‘target’ for the amount of progress an individual pupil is expected to make but a school is expected to achieve sufficient progress in all three subjects. Average progress has a valued-added measure of 0. Sufficient progress is at least -5 in English reading, -5 in Mathematics and -7 in English writing.

2016 and 2017 – sufficient progress is measured by a value-added score. A value-added score of 0 is average. A positive value-added score indicates progress greater than average and a negative value-added score indicates progress below average.

2016 2017 2018
Reading 2.00 4.00 -1.20
Writing 3.60 1.10 -0.40
Mathematics 3.10 3.60 -0.30

To view the DfE school performance tables please click here.

Figures may not total 100 per cent due to rounding