National Curriculum Assessment Results

A note about data...

In recent years we have been very proud of the development of Park Way as a thriving and successful primary school. This includes an upward trend in performance data, in addition to all the other really valuable learning, both academic and pastoral, that takes place in our school.  The learning in our children's books is regularly praised by local authority moderators who agree that judgements made about attainment and the quality of learning are rigorous and accurate.
In 2017, our results were in line with National Averages and above in many areas.

 

2017 Data Outcomes

 

EYFS

 

School

National

(2017)

Achieved a Good Level of Development

70%

71%

 

Phonics

 

School

National

(2017)

Children in Year 1 who reached the expected standard

77%

81%

Children who retook the test in Year 2 (21 children) and reached the expected standard.

76%

62%

 

Key Stage 1

% Achieving the Expected Standard +

School

National

(2017)

Reading

77%

76%

Writing

70%

68%

Maths

75%

75%

 

% Achieving a Greater Depth within the Expected Standard

School

National

(2017)

Reading

26%

25%

Writing

13%

16%

Maths

11%

21%

 

Key Stage 2

Progress from KS1

(0 represents average progress for all children nationally with similar attainment levels from KS1)

School

National

Reading

2.7

No data available.

Writing

1.4

No data available.

Maths

2.4

No data available.

 

% Achieving the Expected Standard

School

National 2017

Kent

2017

Scaled Score Average

School

Scaled Score Average

National

2017

Reading

80%

71%

74%

104

104

Writing

76%

76%

80%

 

 

Maths

80%

75%

76%

104

104

Combined

64%

61%

64%

 

 

GPS

78%

77%

76%

105

106

 

% Achieving a High Standard

School

National 2017

Kent

2017

Reading

22%

25%

27%

Writing

13%

18%

19%

Maths

27%

23%

23%

Combined

7%

9%

9%

GPS

20%

31%

30%

 

The gap between Park Way able children and national is closing year on year in all areas.

School Performance Tables

 
Please use the following link to access the School Performance tables on the Government's Education website.  This link allows parents to find schools in England and view school performance, characteristics and spend per pupil data and for academies, their latest set of financial accounts.