Results and Achievements

Headteacher’s summary of results for 2016

There have been a number of changes to primary assessment this year and we are very proud of all the children in school who have taken the new tests in Year 2 and Year 6.
As we all know, data is a small part of the school but please have a look at our data and feel free to contact the school for further information.

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2016 Results for KS1 Hadley Learning Community

HLC 2016

KS1 Expected Standard Reading

67%

National 2016

KS1 Expected Standard Reading

74%
Early reading is a large focus for us at HLC. We provide opportunities for children to read widely across the curriculum and specifically teach reading every day. We are encouraging more children to read at home and make use of our fantastic library. Our last parents workshop to support reading at home had a fantastic turnout and the close partnership of home and school is starting to help children to achieve even better results.  Our new Bug Club reading is incredibly popular and is helping even more children to read regularly at home.

HLC 2016

KS1 Expected Standard Writing

67%

National 2016

KS1 Expected Standard Writing

65%
Our children in Key Stage 1 achieved results higher than the national averages this year.  Writing remains a priority area for our development.  We use Letters and Sounds to support children to develop their phonic knowledge and give them a range of opportunities to write for a range of purposes across the curriculum.

HLC 2016

KS1 Expected Standard Maths

67%

National 2016

KS1 Expected Standard Maths

73%
Maths in Key Stage 1 continues to be an area of development for us as a school.  Our children tell us that they enjoy maths and they are having a big focus on learning their number facts to support them with their calculations.
2016 Results for KS2 Hadley Learning Community

HLC 2016

Expected Standard Reading

43%

National 2016

Expected Standard Reading

66%
Under the new assessment arrangements this year our results and results nationally have dipped and are not comparable with other years.  Reading continues to be a huge focus for us in school and we are already seeing the impact of our new Bug Club reading scheme.  Our parents have supported us well with this priority, attendance at our reading workshops is fantastic and lots of families have joined our on site library so that they can access a wide range of books.

The average scaled score for reading was 98.

HLC 2016

Expected Standard Writing

62%

National 2016

Expected Standard Writing

74%
Writing is something our children enjoy.  Their teachers plan a range of contexts to support their writing and we continue to focus on them using a wide range of vocabulary and grammatical features which helps them to make their writing interesting to the reader.

HLC 2016

Expected Standard Maths

50%

National 2016

Expected Standard Maths

70%
The curriculum for mathematics and the new assessment arrangements this year have increased the level of challenge for all children.  We are focussing on helping children to use their calculation and reasoning skills across all year groups.

The average scaled score for mathematics was 99.

2016 Results for KS2 Hadley Learning Community

HLC 2016

Combined Expected Standard Reading, Writing and Maths

35%

National 2016

Combined Expected Standard Reading, Writing and Maths

53%
Our 2016 results demonstrates the increased level of challenge for the children at the end of Key Stage 2.  2% of children achieved combined Reading, Writing and Maths at greater depth.  As we move forward to 2017 we are working hard with all our children to secure more children at age related expectations.
Reading Writing Maths
School progress score

Confidence interval

-1.7

-3.3 to -0.1

+0.2

-1.4 to +1.8

-1.5

-2.9 to -0.1