Year 6 (2012) Summary of Achievement

 

Level 4

Level 4 is the expected standard to be reached by pupils at the end of primary school. At Yew Tree most pupils achieve this expected standard. The table below shows the proportion of pupils achieving the expected standard and how our school performs compared to local national averages.

 

Level 4+

Reading

Writing

English

Maths

English and Maths

 

Yew Tree

93%

86%

91%

86%

82%

 

National

87%

81%

85%

84%

80%

 

Level 5

Level 5 is the higher standard at the end of primary school. At Yew Tree many pupils achieve this standard. The table below shows the proportion of pupils achieving this higher standard and how our school performs compared to local and national averages.

Level 5

Reading

Writing

English

Maths

English and Maths

 

Yew Tree

54%

47%

54%

63%

44%

 

National

48%

28%

38%

39%

27%

 

 

Progress

The table below shows the proportion of children achieving minimum expected progress (two national curriculum levels) from the end of Key Stage One (Year 2). For example, if your child achieved level 2 at the end of KS1 his/her expected progress would be level 4; if your child achieved level 3 at the end of KS1 his/her expected progress would be level 5. At Yew Tree most pupils achieve this minimum expected progress with many surpassing and achieving higher levels of progress.

2 Levels Progress

English

Maths

 

Yew Tree

95%

91%

 

National

89%

87%