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“Reach for the top of the tree and you may get to the first branch, but reach for the stars and you’ll get to the top of the tree.” 

 

At Meadlands we pride ourselves on knowing your children extremely well. We know their talents, interests and hobbies and we also keep a very close eye on their academic successes. Class teachers work closely with senior leaders and the Headteacher, reviewing attainment and progress of every child at the end of each term. For more information please read our assessment policy which can be found in the ‘Key Information’ section or take a look at the school’s Assessment Guide for Parents which can be found in the ‘Parents’ section.

Assessment is measured in two ways and is always compared to national levels to gain an understanding of how well the school is performing. In school we measure attainment (the grade/level a child has achieved) and progress (on average a child is expected to make up to 6 bands of progress each academic year)  every term. At the end of the academic year children in Reception, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 6 sit national Standard Attainment Tests, the results of which are shared with children and parents by the school but also form the local and national league tables.

Over the past 2 years Meadlands’ results have been on an upwards trajectory and in 2016 the school achieved it’s highest ever attainment and progress scores.

 

Attainment:

 

Early Years outcomes: GLD:

 

               

                        

Number of children who achieved the Good Level of Development    

 2014

Meadlands

47 %

 

National

60 %

 2015

Meadlands

65 %

 

National

66 %

 2016

Meadlands

77 %

 

National

69 %

 

 

Key Stage 1, Year 1 Phonic outcomes:

 

                

                          

              Number of children who passed the phonics test                  

 2014

Meadlands

90 %

 

National

72 %

 2015

Meadlands

84 %

 

National

77 %

 2016

Meadlands

84 %

 

National

81 %

 

Key Stage 1 SATs outcomes

 

 

 

Reading

 

Writing

 

Maths

 

Science

 

 

              

                          

Number of children who achieved age expected standard       

Number of children who exceeded age expected standard     

Number of children who achieved age expected standard     

Number of children who exceeded age expected standard         

Number of children who achieved age expected standard     

Number of children who exceeded age expected standard     

Number of children who achieved age expected standard    

 2014

Meadlands

90 %

30 %

83 %

97 %

20 %

23 %

 

 

National

81 %

29 %

70 %

92 %

16 %

15 %

 

 2015

Meadlands

94 %

39 %

94 %

94 %

32 %

23 %

 

 

National

82 %

32 %

72 %

93 %

26 %

18 %

 

 2016

Meadlands

88 %

47 %

84 %

84 %

25 %

25 %

81 %

 

National

74 %

24 %

66 %

23 %

18 %

13 %

82 %

 

 

Key Stage 2 SATS outcomes

 

 

Reading

 

Writing

 

Maths

 

              

                       

Number of children who achieved age expected standard   

Number of children who exceeded age expected standard   

Number of children who achieved age expected standard   

Number of children who exceeded age expected standard   

Number of children who achieved age expected standard   

Number of children who exceeded age expected standard   

 2014

Meadlands

87 %

39 %

77 %

16 %

74 %

23 %

 

National

89 %

49 %

85 %

33 %

86 %

33 %

 2015

Meadlands

88 %

64 %

96 %

52 %

4 % level 6

84 %

51 %

20% Level 6

 

National

89 %

48 %

87 %

36 %

87 %

41 %

 2016

Meadlands

76 %

 

84 %

24 %

84 %

70 %

 

National

53 %

 

74 %

 

18 %

13 %

 

 

 

Grammar

 

Science

 

                 

                       

Number of children who achieved age expected standard

Number of children who exceeded age expected standard

Number of children who achieved age expected standard

Number of children who exceeded age expected standard

 2014

Meadlands

68 %

39  %

 

 

 

National

 

 

 

 

 2015

Meadlands

80 %

76 %

24% level 6

 

 

 

National

80 %

55 %

 

 

 2016

Meadlands

92 %

 

88 %

 

 

National

72 %

 

87 %

 

 

Progress:

 

At Meadlands we define good progress as All children, whatever their starting points, are successful in achieving their personal, aspirational end of year targets. In addition to this our aspiration is to be in the top 15% of schools nationally for progress measures for all core subjects for all children. In true Meadlands style, we set our expectations high.

 

In 2016 we stepped closer to achieving this ambition. As by the end of KS2:

 

  • Progress is above national measures, for all subjects for all ability groups.

  • Progress measures for reading is in the top 5% of schools nationally.

  • Progress measures for writing is in the top 14% of schools nationally.

  • We predict Meadlands’ maths progress to be in the top 20% of schools nationally.

  •  

And by the end of KS1:

 

  • Progress is above national measures, for all subjects for all ability groups.

 

In 2016/17 we wish to build upon this success and have chosen to continue making assessment a key feature of our school development. Over the forthcoming year we plan

 

  • To continue to develop staff confidence in the new assessment system and communicating this with all stakeholders.

  • By the end of Key Stage 1 to ensure that the most disadvantaged pupils make good progress.

  • By the end of Key Stage 2 to ensure that the children in the higher prior attaining band make good or better progress in all subjects.

 

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