How are we doing?
Whole School Data Headlines 2018/19
Key Stage 2 Key Headlines 2017 2018
Early Years Foundation Stage
In 2018/19 89% of pupils entered the early years below what is expected for their age. The base line assessments were conducted by one of the two Outstanding Early Years teaching schools in Cornwall. Therefore, to have achieved a GLD that is in line with the national expectations is an excellent achievement.
It needs to be acknowledged that 85% of children who entered the Foundation Stage for 2013/14 were below age related national expectations (externally verified). However, 69% left being on track with a ‘Good’ Level of development compared to 52% being achieved nationally.
In 2014/15 72% of children entered the foundation stage below age related expectations. However, 72% of children left with a good level of development compared with the national average of 62%.
In 2015/16 82% of children entered the Reception class below age related expectations, but 75% (excluding one child from the base) achieved a good level of development, compared with 69% nationally
In 2016/17 72% of children entered the Reception class below the age related expectations, but 67% (excluding one child from the base) achieved a good level of development, compared with 70% nationally.
In 2017/18 77% of children entered the Reception class below the age related expectations, but 71% (excluding one child from the base) achieved a good level of development, in line with National Age Related Expectations. This is why we are very proud of our Early Years.
Area Resource Base Performance
Children who learn in the ARB (Area Resource Base) are measured using the national measure-progression guidance. This ensures that all children are making rapid and sustained progress.
Every child in the ARB has ‘small step’ targets (set by B-squared and monitored by CASPA) in all three subjects. We are immensely proud of the progress that are pupils in the base.
LQT-Lower Quartile Target
MQT-Middle Quartile Target
UQT-Upper Quartile Target