How Well The School Does

Ofsted

As Abbeyfield Primary Academy is a new school there are no live Ofsted reports associated with the school.

Key Stage 2 Results

Below are our KS2 results. You can see the full performance tables for our school by clicking here.

KS2 SAT’s data

 

Cohort of 58 children with one discount so figures out of 57 – they will be discounted in September

Overall Results

 (green = above national)

  Firs Hill

Average Standardised score

National

Average

Standardised score

Firs Hill

Number at standard or above – 100+

National Number at standard or above
Reading 99 103 47.4 66%
SPAG 104 104 77.2% 72%
MATHS 100 103 49.1% 70%
Writing N/A N/A 52.6 74%
Combined –   achieved standard in reading, writing and maths Firs Hill– 31.6% National 53%  Sheffield 51%

 

 

Floor standard for this year = 65%

 

KS1 results 2016

Context

  • There are 86 children in the cohort. Two children arrived in the second half of the Summer Term and have no SAT’s data
  • There have been nine New Arrivals during the academic year. Most of these children had little or no English or school experience.
  • 18 children in this cohort are on the SEND register. An EHCP has been started and submitted for one child. One child has complex visual impairment and 1 is diagnosed on the ASD spectrum.

(Cohort of 86 children. Data for 84 as 2 arrived after the summer half term)

Below the standard of the pre-key stage Working towards the expected standard Working at the expected standard Working at greater depth of the standard Total at expected standard or above
Reading 13

(15.5%)

17

(20.2%)

36

(42.9%)

18

(21.4%)

54

(64.3%)

Writing 14

(16.7%)

17

(20.2%)

42

(50%)

11

(13.1%)

53

(63%)

Maths 9

(10.7%)

18

(21.4%)

42

(50%)

15

(17.9%)

57

(67.9%)

 

Year 1 Phonics Screening Results

Context

  • There are 60 children in the cohort.
  • There have been four New Arrivals during the academic year.
  • No children were disapplied for the screening
  Phonics results

2016

(57 children)

Pass 25 ch

43.9%

Fail 32 ch

56%

 

FS2 GLD Results

Context

  • There are 60 children in the cohort. Only data for 58 children has been submitted. This is because six children have arrived after the summer half term.
  • There have been six New Arrivals during the academic year. Five children arrived with little or no English and no previous educational setting experience.
  • 10 children in this cohort are on the SEND register. Two of these children are on the ASD spectrum.
2015

 

2016

58 children in the cohort

% achieving GLD in the Prime and Specific areas of learning 57.6%

 

50%
National % 66%  69%

 

To be assessed as GLD (Good Level of Development) at the end of the year children need to have achieved ELG or above in the Prime Areas (Communication and Language development, physical development and Personal and Emotional Development) along with the specific areas of Reading, Writing, Numbers and Shape, space and measures.