Attainment 2017

EYFS (2015, 2016 and 2017), Y1 and Y2 phonics, KS1 and KS2 national tests

Results in any school are a measure of its performance, in most cases you would correctly assume that the better the performance of the school; the better the school. A school’s success should also be measured in other areas – OFSTED does this, using results, its observations and the school’s own evaluations to make judgements. The happiness of pupils, the school’s efforts in helping to mould thoughtful and kind citizens or the opportunities a school gives its pupils might also be used as performance indicators.

Detailed information is available below…

Early Years: All Pupils results for 2015, 2016 and 2017

Early Years: Girls results for 2016 and 2017

Early Years: Boys results for 2016 and 2017

Early Years: Pupil Premium results for 2017

Phonics at Y1 and Y2: Let's see how happy our Lego Man is with our pupils' results. As always Lego Man smiles when he sees success at Howard Park.

Key Stage One: Let's see how happy our Lego Man is with our pupils' results (at an expected level).  As always Lego Man smiles when he sees success at Howard Park.

Key Stage One: Let's see how happy our Lego Man is with our pupils' results (at an exceeding level).  As always Lego Man smiles when he sees success at Howard Park.

Key Stage Two: Let's see how happy our Lego Man is with our pupils' results (at an expected level).  As always Lego Man smiles when he sees success at Howard Park.

Key Stage Two: Let's see how happy our Lego Man is with our pupils' results (at an exceeding level).  As always Lego Man smiles when he sees success at Howard Park.

Attainment 2015

EYFS, Y1 and Y2 phonics, KS1 and KS2 national tests

Results in any school are a measure of its performance, in most cases you would correctly assume that the better the performance of the school; the better the school. A school's success should also be measured in other areas - OFSTED does this, using results, its observations and the school's own evaluations to make judgements. The happiness of pupils, the school's efforts in helping to mould thoughtful and kind citizens or the opportunities a school gives its pupils might also be used as performance indicators.

The information below shows the following information in seven tables: EYFS 2015 (2 tables), EYFS 2014, Phonics, KS1 results and KS2 results.

Early Years and Foundation Stage Data 2015

This data shows Kirklees and National comparators

These tables show the attainment of our Reception aged pupils at the end of the Early Years Phase. The local (Kirklees wide) and national figures are also shown to enable a comparison to be made. The green indicates our status in attaining more than local and national results.

EYFS Attainment (2015)

Early Years and Foundation Stage Data 2014

Please note 2015's data is presented in tables 1 and 2 (in a different format)

This table shows the attainment of our Reception aged pupils at the end of the Early Years Phase. This table also shows the percentage of pupils achieving a 'Good Level of Development' (GLD) and the percentage of pupils achieving at least the expected level in the areas shown. The data shows all pupil's attainment, boys and girls attainment and then the attainment of disadvantaged pupils. To help in your understanding of our attainment against national averages a 'Lego' face is used. Clearly, where our attainment is better - 'Lego Man' smiles. Where it is worse than national - he is sad!

EYFS Attainment (2014)

Phonics Test Results 2015

Includes Y1 and Y2 retakes

This table shows the attainment of our Year 1 pupils in their Y1 phonics test. This table also shows the attainment of the pupils who retook the test in Y2 following a non-pass in Y1. The data shows all pupil's attainment, boys and girls attainment and then the attainment of disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils. To help in your understanding of our attainment against national averages a 'Lego' face is used. Clearly, where our attainment is better - 'Lego Man' smiles. Where it is worse than national - he is sad!

Phonics Attainment Y1 and Y2 (2015)

KS1 Test Results 2015

In reading, writing and maths

This table shows the attainment of our Year 2 pupils at the end of Key Stage One. The data shows all pupil's attainment as a percentage achieving the national average. Boys and girls attainment is shown as the 'average points scored' (APS*) as is the attainment of disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils. To help in your understanding of our attainment against national averages a 'Lego' face is used. Clearly, where our attainment is better - 'Lego Man' smiles. Where it is worse than national - he is sad!

*The national APS for the end of Key Stage One was 15 points. From September 2015 this measure was abolished by the Government.

End of Key Stage One Attainment (2015)

KS2 L4+ Test Results 2015

In reading, writing, maths and grammar, spelling and punctuation

This table shows the attainment of our Year 6 pupils at the end of Key Stage Two. This first table shows attainment at Level 4+ (the national average). The data shows all pupil's attainment as a percentage achieving the national average. Boys and girls attainment is then shown as a percentage as is the attainment of disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils. To help in your understanding of our attainment against national averages a 'Lego' face is used. Clearly, where our attainment is better - 'Lego Man' smiles. Where it is worse than national - he is sad!

End of Key Stage Two Level 4+ Attainment (2015)

KS1 L5+ Test Results 2015

In reading, writing, maths and grammar, spelling and punctuation

This table shows the attainment of our Year 6 pupils at the end of Key Stage Two. This first table shows attainment at Level 5+ (the national average). The data shows all pupil's attainment as a percentage achieving the national average. Boys and girls attainment is then shown as a percentage as is the attainment of disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils. To help in your understanding of our attainment against national averages a 'Lego' face is used. Clearly, where our attainment is better - 'Lego Man' smiles. Where it is worse than national - he is sad!

End of Key Stage Two Level 5+ Attainment (2015)

We are absolutely committed to improving this situation, our commitment to this can be seen in our Achievement of Pupils Action Plan and our Attainment and Progress Ambitions. These can be easily accessed below. Please contact use if you wish to discuss the information contained in this section in more detail.