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As a junior school, we publish Key Stage 2 SATs results each year. The 2018 results show a three year upward trend in attainment and reflect our continued school improvement journey.

More information can be found at the DfE league table website.

SATS Results 2016 - 2018

Attainment

 

KS2 data

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling tests - % reaching Expected standard and % achieving higher score

   

2016

2017

2018

Expected

Lyndhurst

70

70

74

National

73

77.5

78

Higher score

Lyndhurst

19

15

26

National

22.7

31.2

Not known yet

Lyndhurst’s results have again increased, rising faster than the national average, although we are not quite in line as yet (with gap of 4%).  Massive increase at the higher score (up by 11%), showing the impact of the school’s priority work in spelling.

 

KS2 data - Reading, Writing & Maths - % reaching Expected standard

   

2016

2017

2018

Reading

Lyndhurst

61

68

71

National

66.4

72.2

75

Writing

Lyndhurst

80

75

78

National

74.5

76.8

78

Maths

Lyndhurst

61

67

75

National

70.2

75.3

78

Reading, Writing, Maths Combined

Lyndhurst

46

56

63

National

53.8

61.6

64

Lyndhurst’s results have all increased on 2017 by up to 8% (in Maths) & are now much closer to national averages (largest gap away 4%).   Most importantly RWM Combined is within 1%, evidencing the impact of the teaching strategies, intervention programmes & improved quality of teaching, learning & assessment, supported by more stable & challenging leadership & management.

 

KS2 data: Reading, Writing & Maths - % reaching Greater Depth/standard or (in tests) higher score

   

2016

2017

2018

Reading

Lyndhurst

14

17

27

National

18.8

24.8

Not known yet

Writing

Lyndhurst

14

13

11

National

14.8

17.8

Not known yet

Maths

Lyndhurst

17

13

18

National

16.7

22.8

Not known yet

Reading, Writing, Maths Combined

Lyndhurst

5

6

6

National

5.4

8.8

Not known yet

Reading at the higher standard has seen a massive improvement (up by 10% & 13% over two years) reflecting the work on comprehension, inference & deduction alongside interventions.  

 

Progress for Academic Year 2016-2017 (this will be updated when the national data is available)

  Maths    Reading Writing
Progress Score -3.7 -3.5 -2.1

The school acknowledges that progress scores need to improve and, as our attainment rates increase (see above), we are predicting this to happen. However, please note the following passage taken from the school’s inspection dashboard:

 “We know from national data that pupils at junior schools, on average, have higher attainment scores at the end of key stage 2 than pupils at all other primary schools. However, they also have lower progress scores. It is not clear what causes this but inspectors should be aware of this when using and interpreting data for different school types.”