As you may be aware, there are no statutory test results from 2019 / 2020 and 2020 / 2021 due to the suspension of testing because of COVID-19.The Department of Education (DfE) system for reporting our school performance data is called Analyse School Performance (ASP).
Education Endowment Foundation, 2022- The Impact of COVID-19 on Learning:
- COVID-19-related disruption has negatively impacted the attainment of all children, particularly those from socially disadvantaged backgrounds.
- There is some evidence that in primary schools, younger year groups (Key Stage 1 pupils) have been the most significantly affected, with lower attainment than previous cohorts across all subjects.
- Most evidence shows that despite some recovery by summer 2021, on average, pupils were not performing as well in both maths and reading as pre-pandemic cohorts.
Our 2022 results compared to our 2019 results:
- Reading 46% expected standard (National 68%) 2019-81% (National 75%)
- Writing 39% expected standard (National 59%) 2019-73% (National 69%)
- Maths 53% expected standard (National 70%) 2019-84% (National 76%)
(29% of Year 2 children were SEND, who individually made progress but did
not achieve the expected standard in any area)
- Year 1 phonics screening check: 69% pass (National 75.5%) 2019-88% (National 82%)
(30% of Year 1 children are SEND, who individually made progress but did
not achieve the expected standard)
- EAL children's progress has been good (91% expected standard)