St Richard's CE Primary

Results and Performance

Provisional performance data for 2022-23

(Numbers in brackets are the school data with the pupils in the Additional Resource Provision removed. This data is used by the school to compare itself to the national results and the results of other local schools).

Key Stage 2 

 

 

National 2023 – Expected Standard

National 2023 - Greater Depth Standard

School 2023 – Expected Standard

School 2023 – Greater Depth Standard

Reading

73%

29%

60% (68%)

20% (23%)

Writing

71%

13%

65% (74%)

19% (22%)

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling

72%

30%

75% (82%)

20% (23%)

Maths

73%

24%

64% (73%)

20% (23%)

Reading, Writing & Maths combined

60%

8%

52% (59%)

12% (14%)

 

Average Scaled Scores

National 2023

School 2023

Reading

105

105

GPS

105

105

Maths

104

104

 Year 4 Multiplication Tables Check

In Year 4, children take the Multiplication Tables Check in June. There are 25 questions in total. There is not a pass mark. The purpose of the check is to determine whether pupils can recall their times tables fluently, which is essential for future success in mathematics. 

 

% of pupils who scored 25

Mean average score

School 2023

36% (40%)

18.07 (19.08)

National 2023

29%

20.2

 Key Stage 1

 

National 2023 – Expected Standard

National 2023 – Greater Depth Standard

School 2023 – Expected Standard

School 2023 – Greater Depth Standard

Reading

68%

19%

60% (67%)

23% (26%)

Writing

60%

8%

63% (70%)

20% (22%)

Maths

70%

16%

63% (70%)

27% (30%)

Reading, Writing & Maths combined

n/a

n/a

60% (67%)

20% (22%)

Phonics Screening Check 

In Year 1 children take the Phonics Screening Check in June. They need to score 32+ marks out of 40 to pass the check. If they do not pass, the check has to be retaken in Year 2. 

 

National 2023

School 2023

Year 1

79%

79%

Year 2

89%

83% (89%)

EYFS Good Level of Development

At the end of Reception, children are assessed against 17 Early Learning Goals (ELGs) in seven areas of learning:

  • Communication and Language
  • Physical Development
  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development
  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Understanding the World
  • Expressive Arts and Design

Children are either assessed as Emerging (working below the expected level) or Expected (working at or above the expected level)  for the 17 ELGs. If a child is assessed as working at Expected for all the ELGs in the areas underlined above, they are considered to have reached a Good Level of Development and are ready to start Key Stage 1.  

 

National 2023

School 2023

Good Level of Development (GLD)

67%

71%

School Performance Tables

Click here to view the school's performance tables as published by gov.uk.