Coppice Rise
Harrogate
North Yorkshire
HG1 2DP

01423 562650

St Joseph's Catholic Primary School Harrogate, a Voluntary Academy

"Let all that you do be done in love." (1 Corinthians 16:14)

Results (July 2019)

 

Progress scores:

  • Average progress that pupils have made in Reading between KS1 and KS2= -1.2

  • Average progress that pupils have made in writing between KS1 and KS2= -2.4

  • Average progress that pupils have made in Maths between KS1 and KS2= -1.3

  • Pupils’ average scaled score in the reading test= 104

  • Pupils’ average scaled score in the maths test= 105

EYFS 

No.on roll No. applied GLD
30 30 Girls 13 Boys 17 Total
9/13 =69% 11/17 =65% 67%

Year 1

No.on roll No. applied % passed phonics
30 30 Girls Boys Total
18/19 =95% 10/11 =91% 28/30 =93%

Year 2

No.on roll No. applied % phonics recheck
29 4 Girls Boys Total 4
0/1 =0% 3/3 =100% Overall 3/4 =75%

Year 2

Teacher Assessment
No. on roll No. applied % age related expectation % exceeds age related expectation
R W M GPS RWM combined R W M GPS RWM Combined
29 29 83% 86% 79% 79% 72% 28% 14% 10% 7% 3%

Year 6

KS2 Sats Results
No. on roll No. applied % age related expectation % exceeds age related expectation
R W M GPS RWM combined R W M GPS RWM Combined
30 30 77% 83% 83% 80% 77% 23% 10% 20% 53% 0%

Standardised scores only for SATS results children and no band for greater depth


LINK TO DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION SCHOOL PERFORMANCE TABLES

Department for Education performance tables St. Joseph's Harrogate


Standard Assessment Tests (SATs) INFORMATION

Assessment and evaluation is at the heart of much that we do in our school. It is there to help monitor the progress of children and the achievements of the school in general. It helps us to find ways in which we can get better, and your children can learn more easily. All pupils are formally assessed against a ten-level National Curriculum Scale of Achievement throughout their time at school. Typically, a child is expected to advance on level every two to three years.

Statutory Standardised Assessment Tests (SATs) take place at the end of Key Stage 1 (Year 2) and at the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6) and additional Optional SATs are set in Years 3, 4 & 5. Parents are not normally informed of the Optional SATs results unless they specifically ask.

We have included out most recent statutory SATs results in the Prospectus. These results enable you to make comparisons between school and national averages. Though they are very good, it is worth pointing out that these results only reflect a part of what we aim to achieve. We hope that you will agree that judging a school involves more than just test results.

All children are involved in formal short-term target setting on a termly basis. This involves them individually sitting with their teacher to look through their work and to identify areas of improvement. Informal target setting takes place even more regularly. All children are tracked through the school in Maths and English (and Science in KS2) for monitoring purposes.

This tracking is used to inform our planning and teaching.