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Achievement at St Saviour's School in 2014


St Saviour’s School is a one form entry primary school on the outskirts of town with a Nursery and a Communication Centre (the Haven) for pupils with social and communication difficulties (including autism). The school bases its vision on its core values of: Achieve, Respect and Co-operate, and its mission statement: Partners in Building a Future. The school prides itself on being an extremely inclusive environment that strives to meet the needs of all pupils. We also spend considerable time in developing ourposition at the heart of the community and maintain strong links with several local businesses.

 

At St Saviour we focus on the achievement of all children. We measure pupils’ achievement in the same way as schools across Jersey and the U.K. achievement. It is measured in two ways: their progress and their attainment. Progress measures how far the child achieves from their starting point. Attainment measures how high they achieve. For example, a child with a low starting point may make far more progress in their learning than a child who finishes the year with higher attainment. Together, progress and attainment measures tell us how well children achieve at school.

 

School data for the last three years shows that standards overall are variable and improving. There are a number of factors that influence this, such as the small number of children in some year groups and the fact that year groupsoften vary considerably in ability levels. What is very clear from this information is that all pupils make extremely good progress. This means that pupils achieve their expected levels and many achieve higher than expected.  The progress data for the school would put it in the top 20 percent of schools for progress in UK.

 

 

Progress between Key Stage 1 (Year 2) and Key Stage 2 (Year 6)  2014

2014

Subject

Percentage (%) of pupils making expected progress (2+ Levels)

 

Subject

Percentage (%) of pupils making more than expected progress (3+ Levels)

 

 

 

 

 

 

School

Jersey

 

 

School

Jersey

Reading

82

94

 

Reading

41

39

Writing

94

94

 

Writing

35

37

English

88

95

 

English

35

38

Maths

88

93

 

Maths

47

37

 

Pupils are expected to make two levels of progressbetween the end of Key Stage 1 and the end of Key Stage 2

 

 

 

 

Attainment at the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6) 2014

3 Year Average 2012-2014

Subject

Percentage (%) of pupils

achieving attainment level 4+

 

Subject

Percentage (%) of pupils

achieving attainment level 5+

 

 

 

 

 

 

School

Jersey

England

 

 

School

Jersey

England

Reading

 

77

90

88

 

Reading

21

44

48

Writing

71

84

83

 

Writing

11

31

31

English

75

89

N/A

 

English

20

40

N/A

Maths

76

87

87

 

Maths

11

37

42

 

Level  4 represents attainment at the expected national standard for end of Key Stage 2
Level 5 represents attainment above the expected national standard for end of Key Stage 2