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1 Governors Data Analysis Report

2 Targets and Results Target for 2012 Results 2012 DifferenceBromley Results Difference WR & B English Level % 088%+4 English Level 5+ 54%48%-6%44%+4 Reading Level 4+ 93%92%-1%90%+2 Reading Level 5+ 66%64%-2%54%+10 Writing Level 4+ 85%89%+4%84.5%+4.5 Writing Level 5+ 37%33%-4%33.6%-0.6 Maths Level 4+ 90%95%+5%86%+9 Maths Level 5+ 55%64%+9%44%+20 Percentage achieving Level 4+ in both English and maths 87%90%+3%83%+7 Science Level 4+ 93%98%+5%90%+8 Science Level 5+ 68%64%-4%41%+23 Percentage making 2 Nat. CC levels progress in English from KS1 91% APP = Percentage making 2 Nat. CC levels progress in Maths from KS 1 91%95% APP = %13+1.9

3 Graph comparison Warren road and Bromley

4 Average Point progress

5 5 Year trend

6 Bromley League Tables by percentage out of 64 schools L4 English 22 nd Maths 15 th Science 12 th English and maths 17 th Bromley League Tables by percentage out of 64 schools L5 English 20th Maths 7 th Science 10 th Level 6 maths = Warren Road = 1 st = 25 children.

7 FFT Significant improvement/decline

8 Pupil Level FFT.

9 Showing Intervention Success APS ReadingY2Y5Y6 Y2- Y6 Y5- Y6 Y Y Y Y APS WritingY2Y5Y6 Y2- Y6 Y5- Y6 Y Y Y Y APS MathsY2Y5Y6 Y2- Y6 Y5- Y6 Y Y Y Y APS SciY2Y5Y6 Y2- Y6 Y5- Y6 Y Y Y Y

10 Gender Differences In writing girls performed above the boys, gaining 93.1% against the boys 85.2% 11 boys didn’t get a level 4 in writing. Of that 11, 2 were statements and 4 were either school action or school action +. 7 boys from that group were only L1 at the end of KS1.

11 Key Stage 1 Although we experienced a drop in Level 2+ in 2012 our level 3C in Reading, Writing and Maths showed an increase. The drop was cohort led; this year group has the highest percentage (16%) of SEND children throughout the school. Taking these issues into account the Y2 teaching team have managed to sustain a 90%+ overall and should be commended for this. The impact of setting more challenging targets for the most able Y2 pupils is evident in our Level 3C results.

12 Graph Comparison between Warren Road and Bromley

13 Gender Differences When comparing results by Pupil Characteristics the gap continues to narrow between the genders. There appears to be a small gap opening between girls and boys in literacy skils although it should be noted that of the SEND children in the cohort 68% are boys, and the gap is not significant, but will be monitored.

14 Foundation Stage The Foundation Stage Profile results show an increase on previous years. In the Governors 2011 report particular concern was noted about five areas, Dispositions and Attitudes, Reading, Writing, Linking Sounds and Letters, and Physical Development. All areas showed significant improvement. Books began to go home with the Reception children for the first time in the summer term. The children’s progress in Letters & Sounds which was closely monitored and tracked, and there is no doubt that both these had a significant effect on Reading and Writing.

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16 Predictions 2014 Estimate Basis: PA - Rank: 15 - Year: 2013/2014Bromley (305) School DetailsKS2 Estimates Pupil Est % of pupils estimated to achieve KS2 Level School NameGroup Num ber Bas is Ran k Subject EP Warren Road PriAll Pupils119PA15English100.%99.2%94.7%50.1%92.6% Warren Road PriAll Pupils119PA15Reading100.%98.6%94.9%62.4% Warren Road PriAll Pupils119PA15Writing100.%99.4%91.6%37.9% Warren Road PriAll Pupils119PA15Mathematics100.%99.2%93.7%54.9%93.3% Warren Road PriAll Pupils119PA15Science100.%99.7%96.7%59.1% Warren Road PriAll Pupils119PA15 English & Maths 100.%98.9%91.5%39.2%

17 2012 Results % % Current results Y4 Recommended Past results + top 10% English Level %93% 91%95%90%94% English Level 5+ 48%47% 50%50%48%55% Reading Level 4+ 92%94% 95%92%95% Reading Level 5+ 64%61% 62%52%66% Writing Level 4+ 89% 92%88%92% Writing Level 5+ 33%32% 34%38%25%43% Maths Level 4+ 95%92% 94%92%95% Maths Level 5+ 64%51% 61%55%32%61% Percentage achieving Level 4+ in both English and maths 90%89% 88%92%89%92% Science Level 4+ 98%95% 97%96%97% Science Level 5+ 64%53% 69%59%27%71% (top 5%) Percentage making 2 Nat. CC levels progress in English from KS1 91% APP = % 94%94%92%94% Percentage making 2 Nat. CC levels progress in Maths from KS 1 95% APP = % 92%94%92%94%


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