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Scawsby Saltersgate Junior School

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Attainment

The table below shows information about attainment and progress at the end of Key Stage 2 in 2019 at our school.

 Expected Standard

90 in the cohort % of Pupils Achieving NS Nationally % of Pupils Achieving NS Saltersgate Difference
Reading Comprehension 73.1% 80% (-3% on 2018) +6.9%
Writing 78.4% 95% (+1% on 2018) +16.6%
SPAG 78% 88% (-2% on 2018) +10%
Maths 78.6% 91% (+9% on 2018) +12.4%
Combined 65% 77% (-1% on 2018) +12%
90 in the cohort Progress Score 2018 Progress Score 2019 Difference
Reading Comprehension -0.88 +0.4 +1.28
Writing +0.3 +1.2 +0.9
SPAG N/A N/A N/A
Maths 0.45 +1.5 +1.05

  

Greater Depth

90 in the cohort % of Pupils Achieving a High Standard Nat % of Pupils Achieving a High Standard SJS Difference
Reading Comprehension 26.9% 34% (+2% on 2018) +7.1%
Writing 20.1% 22% (-3% on 2018) +1.9%
SPAG 35.7% 57% (-7% on 2018) +35%
Maths 26.6% 39% (same as 2018) 12.4%
Combined 10.5% 18% (+2% on 2018) +7%

Pupil Premium

18 in the cohort % of Pupils Achieving a High Standard Nat % of Pupils Achieving a High Standard SJS Difference
Reading Comprehension 62% 76% (+23% on 2018) 13% of which achieved GDS +14%
Writing 68% 100% (+32% on 2018) 6% of which achieved GDS +32%
SPAG 67% 89% (+35% on 2018) 33% of which achieved GDS +22%
Maths 67% 88% (+33% on 2018) 29% of which achieved GDS +21%
18 in the cohort PP Progress Score 2018 PP Progress Score 2019 Difference
Reading Comprehension -3.65 +1.61 +5.26
Writing -0.71 +2.59 +2.76
Maths -1.67 +1.55 +3.22

 

SEN

16 in the cohort % of Pupils Achieving a High Standard Nat % of Pupils Achieving a High Standard SJS Difference
Reading Comprehension 40% 50% (+8% on 2018) 13% of which achieved GDS +10%
Writing 38% 75% (+20% on 2018) +37%
SPAG 41% 50% (+6% on 2018) 6% of which achieved GDS +9%
Maths 46% 63% (+21% on 2018) 13% of which achieved GDS +17%
16 in the cohort SEN Progress Score 2018 SEN Progress Score 2019 Difference
Reading Comprehension -3.4 +0.6 +4.0
Writing -3.2 +2.9 +6.1
Maths -2.9 +3.3 +6.2

 

Sat's Information 2017

Sat's Information 2018

Attendance Data 2020/2021

Why Attendance Matters

The school displays a positive ethos that places high value on attendance through:

ensuring attendance and punctuality are given high priority;

ensuring regular attendance and punctuality is given emphasis in newsletters to parents/carers, school assemblies, staff meetings, open evenings, notice boards and governors' meetings.

The school encourages good attendance through rewards and certificates for good attendance throughout the year.

Letters of concern are sent to parents of those children whose attendance is casuing concern. The headteacher aims to open a dialogue with parents as soon as possible to try to support parents making sure their child(ren) attend school.

If a child has an attendance of 90% each year this is equal to half a day absence from school each week.  Over 5 years this is half a year!

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Whole School Attendance 97.9%.

3.01 - Mrs Lindley - 99.2%

3.02 - Miss Brook - 98.2%

3.03 - Mr Brown - 99.3%

4.04 - Mrs Parry - 96.7%

4.05 - Miss Rees - 98.3%

4.06 - Miss Parkin - 98.4% 

 

 

5.07 - Miss Boyd - 97.5%

5.08 - Ms Thomas - 99.1%

5.09 - Miss Walker - 98.6%

6.10 - Mrs McKie - 98.2%

6.11 - Mr Thomas - 95.8%

6.12 - Mrs Taylor/Miss Miller - 95.3%