Performance Information

Department for Education Performance Tables provide detailed analysis of Aston Clinton and other schools’ performance against a variety of measures.

For further information, please see the DfE PerformanceTables website,

 or follow these links for a detailed comparison with National Achievement at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 

 End of key Stage attainment is no longer reported in terms of National Curriculum levels, this was the case up to summer 2015 and results from 2012 - 2015 are able to be accessed here.

The table below gives an overview of Key Stage 1 and Key stage 2 SATs results at Aston Clinton in 2016: 

KS1 Attainment  data

Year 2- 59 pupils

 

% assessed as achieving the expected  standard for KS1 pupils

% achieving greater depth (GDS)

School

Bucks

National

Reading

76%

GDS: 25%

76

74

Writing

73%

GDS: 12%

65

65

Maths

75%

GDS: 25%

73

73

R,W,M combined

64.4%

GDS: 10.2%

60

 

KS2 Attainment data

Year 6- 53

 

% assessed as achieving the expected  standard for KS2 pupils

% achieving higher standard (HS)

Scaled Scores – based on 100 being the expected standard.

School

Bucks

National

School

Bucks

National

Reading

85%

HS: 38%

72

68

106.8

105

103

Spelling, Punctuation  & Grammar (SPAG)

85%

76

72

105

105

104

Writing

75%

HS: 6%

71

74

N/A

N/A

N/A

Maths

79%

GDS: 17%

72

70

103.8

104

103

R,W,M combined

66%

HS: 2%

 

53

     

KS2 Progress data

The previous ‘2 levels’ progress measure has been replaced by a value added measure. There is no ‘target’ for individual pupil progress; the amount of progress an individual pupil is expected to make contributes towards the school’s progress score. See Primary school accountability in 2016: A technical guide for primary maintained schools, academies and free schools’ September 2016.

The new measure uses zero to indicate expected progress between year 2 and 6. Scores can go below zero for those who do not make sufficient progress and above zero for those who achieve more than expected progress. Each child’s progress score is included in this overall school progress measure.

However, it must be remembered that this was the first year of a new curriculum and new assessment arrangements. It is not possible to compare previous data with new data. So the progress between year two, which uses data from the old curriculum, and data from 2016, which uses the new curriculum, is not easy to compare. Please be cautious when drawing up your conclusions.

KS1 to KS2 progress

 

School

National

Reading

1.7

-5

Writing

-3.1

-7

Maths

-1.2

-5

Last year's (2015) performance information for comparison