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St Bernadette's Catholic Primary

With Jesus in our Hearts, we have:

The passion to learn,

The courage to fail,

The strength to love

Academic Achievements

Key Stage 2

Children are awarded a scaled score in reading; grammar, punctuation and spelling (GPS) and maths, with 100 being the national average. Writing is assessed by the class teacher using national criteria.

 

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the government confirmed that it will not publish any school educational performance data based on test for 2020 or 2021. The most recent statutory data is from the academic year 2018-2019 and can be found below. 

 

Key Stage 2 Reading, Writing and Maths by Pupil Group 2019
  Achieving the expected standard or higherAchieving at a higher standard 
BreakdownCohortSchool%National%School%National%
All Pupils42716514

11

Male21766059
Female2167702413
Disadvantaged56071013
Ever 6 FSM36771013
Children looked after0N/A65N/A11
Other3773711613

 

 

Reading Attainment 2019

 

% achieving expected standard

% higher standard

School

81%

21%

National Average

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Average scaled score: 105 

 

Reading Progress 2019

0 = National expected progress

+ = Above national expected progress

– = Below national expected progress

St Bernadette’s Progress

-1.6

 

 

Writing Attainment 2019

 

% achieving expected standard

% greater depth

School

83%

31%

National Average

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Writing Progress 2019

0 = National expected progress

+ = Above national expected progress

– = Below national expected progress

St Bernadette’s Progress

-0.3

 

 

Maths Attainment 2019

 

% achieving expected standard

% higher standard

School

86%

36%

National Average

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Average scaled score: 106

 

Maths Progress 2019

0 = National expected progress

+ = Above national expected progress

– = Below national expected progress

St Bernadette’s Progress

– 0.5

 

 

GPS Attainment 2019

 

% achieving expected standard

% high standard

School

88%

50%

National Average

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Average scaled score: 109 

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