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ASSESSMENT RESULTS

Pupils make excellent progress and achieve high standards in the four years that they attend the school.

External data is provided in the form of Key Stage 2 SAT exams taken at the end of Year 6. The school also undertakes assessments at the end of Year 8 using nationally recognised tests to ensure that progress can be validated and benchmarked against other schools.

Key Stage 2 SAT Assessment Data

Percentage of pupils achieving expected progress

 

2017

2018

2019

Subject

GIA

National

GIA

National

GIA

National

Reading

64%

71%

69%

75%

70%

73%

Writing

79%

76%

83%

78%

87%

78%

Grammar

64%

77%

69%

78%

75%

78%

Maths

70%

75%

80%

76%

75%

79%

Reading, Writing and Maths combined

55%

61%

63%

64%

61%

61%

Average Scaled scores

 

2017

2018

2019

Subject

GIA

National

GIA

National

GIA

National

Reading

102

104

104

105

103

104

GPS

102

106

105

106

104

106

Maths

103

104

105

104

104

105

Scaled Scores: based on the National standard of 100            

Scaled score

Below 90

90-94

95-99

100-104

105-109

110+ greater depth

Average 2017

Average 2018

Average 2019

Reading

6%

8%

12%

31%

24%

19%

102

104

103

GPS

7%

2%

14%

31%

26%

21%

102

105

104

Maths

5%

9%

11%

25%

28%

21%

103

105

104

Significant changes to the assessment regime in 2016 represented a challenge for all schools and the improvement in all areas since is expected to continue. Results in all three core areas of Reading, Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (GPS) and Maths are above the National standard of 100.

Key Stage 2 tests are undertaken in English and Maths only. Other areas of the curriculum are not assessed nationally and consequently do not appear in nationally validated data sets. However, the broad range of other subjects undertaken are internally assessed and show pupils to be making good progress.

GL Assessment Data

The school has been making use of GL assessments to judge the performance over time.

These are standardised age related assessments that are used nationally and can provide an indication of the progress made by a student over time.

Tests are undertaken at the beginning of Year 5 and then again at the end of a set period. Progress is shown by the mean score of students and the movement between stanines. Students are tested at the end of each curriculum year and progress is measured by the change in relative score from one year to the next.

 

Current Y11

Current Y10

Current Y9

Current Y8

Current Y7

Current Y6

 

 

 

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

 

 

PTE9

 

 

0

99.17

98.55

100.95

Beg Y5

 

PTE10

 

 

0

95.76

100.41

100.9

End Y5

Beg Y6

PTE11

 

100.60

99.02

103.9

101.8

0

End Y6

Beg Y7

PTE12

93.90

94.10

103.34

110.4

0

0

End Y7

Beg Y8

PTE13

96.90

103.50

101.1

0

0

0

End Y8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PTM9

 

 

0

94.41

93.04

97.6

Beg Y5

 

PTM10

 

 

0

98.9

104.04

101.9

End Y5

Beg Y6

PTM11

 

96.60

95.72

105.87

101.9

0

End Y6

Beg Y7

PTM12

99.70

97.50

105.91

114.7

0

0

End Y7

Beg Y8

PTM13

100.80

106.50

108.9

0

0

0

End Y8

 

The table above shows the progress form the beginning of Year 5 to the end of each year. Figures above 100 represent progress that is better than the national average.

Key Stage 3 Assessment Data

 

Autumn 2018 (Test 12)

Stanine 1-3

Stanine 4-6

Stanine 7-9

Mean SAS

National Average

23%

54%

23%

100

PTE (English)

10%

60%

30%

103

PTM (Maths)

16%

47%

37%

106

 

Summer 2019 (Test 13)

Stanine 1-3

Stanine 4-6

Stanine 7-9

Mean SAS

National Average

23%

54%

23%

100

PTE (English)

18%

61%

21%

101

PTM (Maths)

13%

44%

43%

109

Assessment data at the end of Year 8 (Test 13) shows the mean SAS score to have improved across all areas. This represents progress from the students’ starting point.

The work undertaken throughout middle school is focused on preparing pupils for their future education at upper school. The preparation in Year 7 and Year 8 is designed to provide the foundations for their studies in English, maths and science in addition to the foundation subjects. Specialist teaching in the humanities and languages in addition to the arts and technology subjects mean pupils leave the school prepared for their GCSE studies at upper school. Data from the upper schools show students from Gilbert Inglefield Academy to have performed extremely well compared to their peers in their GCSE examinations.

Pupils make excellent progress and achieve high standards in the four years that they attend the school. External data is provided in the form of Key Stage 2 SAT exams taken at the end of Year 6. The school also undertakes assessments at the end of Year 8 using nationally recognised tests to ensure that progress can be validated and benchmarked against other schools.