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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.” 

Outcomes at Meadlands' are excellent.  Children achieve significantly above national averages at the end of all Key Stages across all subjects.  Meadlands' children have been commended for academic excellence: We sit in the top 3% of schools nationally for phonic teaching and learning, top 10% across all schools nationally for attainment in Key Stage 2 reading and mathematics. Over the past 4 years Meadlands' results have been on an upward trajectory and in 2018 the school achieved it's highest ever attainment and progress scores. Read on for more detail:

 

Attainment:

 

Early Years Attainment Outcomes, The Good Level of Development (GLD)

Early years national assessment

Meadlands

2016

Meadlands

2017

Meadlands

2018

National

2018

% working at good level of development

76.9%

80%

80%

72%

 

Year 1 Phonic Test Outcomes

 

Year 1 national assessment

Meadlands

2016

Meadlands

2017

Meadlands

2018

National

2018

% working at required standard

84%

100%

100%

83%

 

 

Key Stage 1 (Year 2) Teacher Assessment & SATs Attainment Outcomes

 

Combined Measure

 

Combined outcomes, Reading, Writing & Maths

Meadlands

2016

Meadlands

2017

Meadlands

2018

National

2018

% working at expected standard

78%

73%

69%

65%

% working at greater depth

22%

16%

27%

12%

 

Reading

 

Reading KS1 national assessment outcomes,

Meadlands

2016

Meadlands

2017

Meadlands

2018

National

2018

% working at expected standard

88%

86%

84%

76%

% working at greater depth

47%

26%

40%

26%

 

Writing

 

Writing KS1 national assessment outcomes,

Meadlands

2016

Meadlands

2017

Meadlands

2018

National

2018

% working at expected standard

84%

83%

88%

70%

% working at greater depth

25%

30%

 

28%

16%

 

 

Maths

 

Maths KS1 national assessment outcomes,

Meadlands

2016

Meadlands

2017

Meadlands

2018

National

2018

% working at expected standard

84%

83%

88%

76%

% working at greater depth

25%

33%

40%

22%

 

 

 

Key Stage 2 (Year 6) SATs Attainment Outcomes

 

Combined Measure

 

Combined outcomes, Reading, Writing & Maths

Meadlands

2016

Meadlands

2017

Meadlands

2018

National

2018

% working at expected standard

76%

74%

85%

64%

% working at greater depth

8%

16%

24%

TBC

 

Reading

 

Reading KS2 national assessment outcomes,

Meadlands

2016

Meadlands

2017

Meadlands

2018

National

2018

% working at expected standard

96%

80%

96%

75%

% working at greater depth

28%

38%

64%

TBC

 

 

Writing

 

Writing KS2 national assessment outcomes,

Meadlands

2016

Meadlands

2017

Meadlands

2018

National

2018

% working at expected standard

84%

83%

85%

78%

% working at greater depth

24%

22%

31%

TBC

 

Grammar

 

Grammar KS2 national assessment outcomes,

Meadlands

2016

Meadlands

2017

Meadlands

2018

National

2018

% working at expected standard

92%

92%

96%

78%

% working at greater depth

32%

51%

64%

TBC

 

 

Maths

 

Maths KS2 national assessment outcomes,

Meadlands

2016

Meadlands

2017

Meadlands

2018

National

2018

% working at expected standard

84%

94%

92%

76%

% working at greater depth

16%

48%

44%

TBC

 

 

Progress:

 

At Meadlands every child is given an end of year target for reading, writing, maths and science. The number of progress steps the child needs to make during the year in order to achieve these targets can vary from individual to individual, some children may need to make 5 steps of progress whereas others 7.

Therefore we define good progress as the accomplishment of their personal challenging end of year targets.

 

Teachers work with senior leaders every half term to monitor the progress all of the children are making, any one who is falling behind is quickly identified and support is put in place. This support might be extra help in class, an intervention targeting specific learning or a meeting with the child's parents to discuss strategies that can be supported at home as well as in school.  

 

At the end of Key Stage 2 the government measure the progress the children have made during their time at school, at Meadlands we have high expectations and once again the children out-perform national averages:

 

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

  • Progress measures for reading is in the top 5% of schools nationally (2016, predicted 2018).

  • Progress measures for writing is in the top 14% of schools nationally (2016, 2017, predicted 2018).

  • Progress measures for maths is in the top 10% of schools nationally (2017, predicted 2018)

 

The national measure for progress is '0' anything below this is below national standards and above is above! Scores 4 or more points above are often deemed very high performing schools.

 

Progress scores for KS2 outcomes

Reading

Writing

Maths

2016

+4.1

+2.06

+1.95

2017

+2.2

+1.4

+4.95

2018

+4.8

+1.3

+4.3

 

And by the end of KS1:

 

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

 

MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW REGARDING KS1 PROGRESS SCORES IN SEPTEMBER 2018

 

 

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