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DATA 
Standards Achieved at Foundation Stage, Key Stages 1 and 2 in 2019

(these results are provisional; data may be adjusted when results are validated)

The information below shows you how Swaffield School performed at Foundation stage, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 this year. The data is compared to indicative National results for 2019 so this might change slightly once all the data has been validated in December.

In Foundation Stage children are assessed against the 'Early Learning Goals' (ELG). This data is compared to National data from 2018.

At Key stage 1, the children are judged to be either 'working at the expected standard' or 'working at the higher standard’ and we have reported below the percentage of children that meet this standard. At Key stage 2, children are given a scaled score for the tests in Reading, Maths and Spelling and Grammar. They are then judged to be 'working at expected standard' if their score is 100 or above. Children 'working at the higher standard’ will have achieved a scaled score of 110 or more.

Foundation stage

The 'Good Level of Development' (GLD) is where children have achieved the ELG in all of the 'prime areas'

At Swaffield this year 80% of children achieved a GLD.  The percentage for Wandsworth as a whole was 76%

Achieving GLD

 

School

80%

Local Authority (LA) - Wandsworth

76%


Standards at Key Stage 1                                           

 

% pupils

reaching

Expected

standard

 

 

School

 

 

National

 

 

 

% pupils

at Higher standard

 

 

School

 

 

National

Reading 

77%

75%

 

 Reading

29%

25%

Writing

73%

69%

 

 Writing

15%

15%

Maths

77%

76%

 

 Maths

17%

22%

Reading,

Writing &

Maths

 

71%

 

65%

 

Reading,

Writing &

Maths

 

12%

 

11%

 

Year 1 phonics screening check

School

National

% achieving 32+ marks in Phonics test

82%

82%

 

Key Stage 2

In these results the progress children have made is also shown. This is now shown as a 'score'. A score of 0 means the children, on average, have made expected progress. A positive score means the children have made better than expected progress, whilst a negative score means their progress is worse than expected.    

 

% achieving Expected standard

 

School

 

% achieving Expected standard

 

National

 

 

% achieving Expected standard

 

LA

 

% achieving a Higher standard

 

School

 

% achieving a Higher standard

 

National

 

% achieving a Higher standard

 

LA 

Scaled Score Average

(100 is National Average)

Progress Score

(0 is National Progress Score)

Reading

74%

73%

76%

24%

27%

32%

104

0.8

Writing

84%

78%

82%

38%

20%

25%

N/a

3.4

GPS

83%

78%

82%

47%

36%

45%

108

N/a

Maths

83%

79%

82%

29%

27%

34%

105

1.4

RWM Combined

69%

65%

70%

14%

11%

13%

 

RWM - reading, writing, maths

LA - Local Authority

GPAS - grammar, punctuation and spelling 

You can view details about our data by visiting the Department of Education website where information on individual schools can be accessed - www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance