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KS1 Results 2017 (Unvalidated)

 Reaching the Expected StandardAttaining a higher score (Working at greater depth in Writing)
National KS1 Results 2017Local Authority KS1 Results 2017John Perry KS1 Results 2017National KS1 Results 2017Local Authority KS1 Results 2017John Perry KS1 Results 2017
Reading76%77%75%25%N/A24%
Maths75%77%76%21%N/A24%
Writing68%69%72%16%N/A13%
CombinedN/A65%69%N/AN/A10%

Year 1 Phonics Screening Test Results (unvalidated)

John Perry 2016John Perry 2017National 2017
80%84%81%

EYFS Results 2017 (unvalidated)

 John Perry 2016John Perry 2017National 2017
% Good Level of Development65%77%71%
% Exceeding or Expected Reading ELG69%79%N/A
% Exceeding or Expected Writing ELG66%77%N/A
% Exceeding or Expected Mathematic Goals70%87%N/A

KS2 Results 2017 (unvalidated)

 Reaching the Expected StandardAttaining a higher score (Working at Greater Depth in Writing)
National KS2 Results 2017Local Authority KS2 Results 2017John Perry KS2 Results 2017National KS2 Results 2017Local Authority KS2 Results 2017John Perry KS2 Results 2017
Reading71%72%83%25%21%25%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (GPS)77%81%82%31%40%27%
Maths75%81%80%23%25%15%
Writing76%77%83%18%18%15%
Combined61%63%77%9%8%5%

Distribution of Scaled Scores in KS2 (unvalidated)

 National Average Scaled ScoresLocal Authority Average Scaled ScoresJohn Perry Average Scaled Scores*Local Authority Average Scaled Scores*John Perry Progress Measures: KS1 - KS2
Reading1041041050.32.6
GPS10610816N/AN/A
Maths1041051051.72.5
WritingN/AN/AN/A1.32.1

* The average progress score for all mainstream pupils nationally is 0. School level progress scores are presented as positive and negative numbers either side of 0.

• A score of 0 means pupils in the school, on average, do about as well at KS2 as pupils nationally with similar prior attainment

• A positive score means pupils in the school, on average, do better at KS2 than pupils nationally with similar prior attainment

• A negative score means pupils in the school, on average, do worse at KS2 than pupils nationally with similar prior attainment A negative progress score does not mean the pupils did not make any progress, rather that they made less progress than other pupils nationally with similar prior attainment.