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KS1 Results 2017 (Validated)

 Reaching the Expected StandardAttaining a higher score (Working at Greater Depth)
National KS1 Results 2017Local Authority KS1 Results 2017John Perry KS1 Results 2017National KS1 Results 2017Local Authority KS1 Results 2017John Perry KS1 Results 2017
Reading76%76%75%25%27%24%
Maths75%77%76%21%24%25%
Writing68%69%72%16%17%13%
Combined64%65%69%11%13%10%

Year 1 Phonics Screening Test Results (Validated)

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

EYFS Results 2017 (Validated)

 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 (Validated)

 Reaching the Expected StandardAttaining a higher score (Working at Greater Depth)
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%80%9%8%5%

Distribution of Scaled Scores in KS2 (Validated)

 National Average Scaled ScoresLocal Authority Average Scaled ScoresJohn Perry Average Scaled Scores*Local Authority Average Scaled Scores*John Perry Progress Measures: KS1 - KS2
Reading104.1103.3105.10.32.55
GPS106108106N/AN/A
Maths104.2105.2104.91.72.44
WritingN/AN/AN/A1.32.19

* 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.