Exam and Assessment Results

Here’s our data outcomes for the 2015-16 Academic Year:

2016 Key Stage 2 ATTAINMENT results

  • Reading at expected standard = 88%     and high level of attainment = 28%
  • Writing at expected standard = 94%     and high level of attainment = 16%
  • Mathematics at expected standard = 75%     and high level of attainment = 19%
  • Grammar Punctuation and spelling at expected standard = 88% and high level of attainment = 25%
  • Reading/Writing/Maths combined at expected standard = 72%

2016 Key Stage 2 PROGRESS results

  • Reading: average progress = 1.5
  • Writing: average progress = 1.0
  • Mathematics: average progress = – 0.2

2016 Average Scaled Score

  • 2016 Average Scaled Score in Reading = 106
  • 2016 Average Scaled Score in Mathematics = 104
  • 2016 Average Scaled Score in grammar, punctuation and spelling = 106

2016 Key Stage 1 ATTAINMENT results

  • Reading at expected standard = 70%     and high level of attainment = 23%
  • Writing at expected standard = 67%     and high level of attainment = 10%
  • Mathematics at expected standard = 70%     and high level of attainment = 21%

2016 Year 1 Phonics Screening Check results

  • 93% of pupils passed this test

2016 EYFS ATTAINMENT results

End of Early Years Foundation Stage 2016 % at Expected and above
 Listening and Attention 89
 Understanding 86
 Speaking 86
 Health and self-care 96
 Moving and Handling 89
 Self-confidence and  Self-awareness 96
 Managing feelings and Behaviour 93
 Making Relationship 89
 Reading 86
 Writing 86
 Numbers 86
 Shapes, Space, and Measures 86
 People and Communities 86
 The World 86
 Technology 96
 Exploring and Using Media 96
 Being Imaginative 96

 

% of cohort achieving the Good Level of Development Indicator (GLD) = 82%

Mereworth Community Primary School: Kent Test Data Outcomes for Year 6:

The following data shows the Kent Test Pass Rates for the school in the format Year: Percentage.

  • 2015-16: 42%
  • 2014-15: 41% (New Test introduced)
  • 2013-14: 53%

School attainment 2015

The best primary schools in Kent have been revealed by the Department for Education.

The statistics shows how pupils in primary schools are performing in reading, writing and maths.

Primary schools’ performance has been assessed based on the percentage of pupils who achieved level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths at key stage 2 in 2015.

Level 4 indicates the pupil can spell, has started to use grammatically complex sentences and write in full sentences. In maths they need to be able to multiply and divide whole numbers by 10 or 100 and use simple fractions and percentages.

In 2015 we achieved 100% for Level 4 and above (30 pupils) in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics.

This means we are in the Top 5 Primary Schools in Kent!


This is where you can find information about our attainment. This information is for 2014-15 Key Stage 1 & 2.

Attainment 2015 Results
KS2 L4+ combined Reading, Writing and Maths 100%
KS2 L5 combined Reading, Writing and Maths 37%
KS2 L4+ Spelling, Punctuation, Grammar (SPAG) 97%
KS1 L2B+ Reading 86%
KS1 L2B+ Writing 83%
KS1 L2B+ Maths 90%
EYFS % of children achieving a Good Level of Development (GLD) at end of Reception 79%

Our Year 6 2014-15 SAT results are as follows:

SPaG: L4+/L5+/L6
Reading/Writing/Maths: L4+/L5+/L6
SPaG: 97%/ 83%/ 13%
Reading: 100%/ 73%/ 3%
Writing: 100%/ 47%/ 7%
Maths: 100%/ 53%/ 13%

The percentage of pupils who have improved by 2 or more levels between KS1 and KS2:

97% of the school cohort 2015 achieved at least 2 levels of progress in reading 100% in writing and 93% in maths.

These figures are above the national percentages. 33% made 3 or more levels of progress in reading, 53% in writing and 37% in maths.

The percentage for writing is also above the national figures but only in line for reading and maths.