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Our Standards - How well do children attain?

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When reading the data below, you will notice that there is no data for 2020 and 2021. This is because there were no national assessments in  2020 and 2021 due to the Covid pandemic. National assessments resumed in 2022.

What is worth bearing in mind is that the children who sat the end of KS2 SATs had 1 full school year in KS2 that was not disrupted.

The green boxes               highlight where the school's data is in-line with or better than national outcomes.

Early Years

This first table shows you the percentage of children who finish Reception in our school with a good level of development (GLD) and also show you how our outcomes compare to those achieved nationally:

% Good Level of Development (GLD)
Harbinger School outcomes
National outcomes
2018
62
72
2019
64
72
2022
60
65
Provisional 2023
58
67
Phonics Screening Check

This second table shows you the percentage of children who achieved the Phonics check and how Harbinger’s outcomes compared to those achieved nationally:

% Year 1 Phonics
Harbinger School outcomes
National outcomes
2018
73.2
82.5
2019
81.0
81.9
2022
79
76
Provisional 2023
75
78.9
Key Stage 1: Year 2 National Assessments

This second table shows you the percentage of children who finish Year 2/Key Stage 1 in our school achieving the expected standard for their age or in Reading, Writing and Mathematics:

Harbinger School outcomes
National outcomes
% KS1 Expected standard
Reading
Writing
Mathematics
Combined R, W, M
Reading
Writing
Mathematics
Combined R, W, M
2018
79
72
76
69
75
70
76
65
2019
84
80
87
73
75
69
76
65
2022
72
72
72
63
67
58
68
54
Provisional 2023
63.9
63.9
69.4
58

The percentages of children that achieve above age-related outcomes at the end of Year 2 have been:

Harbinger School outcomes
National outcomes
% KS1 Greater depth
Reading
Writing
Mathematics
Combined R, W, M
Reading
Writing
Mathematics
Combined R, W, M
2018
28
17
41
14
26
16
22
12
2019
24
13
18
11
25
15
22
11
2022
20
7
9
5
18
8
15
6
Provisional 2023
22.2
11.1
8.3
2.8
18.8
8.2
16.3
6.2
Key Stage 2: Year 6 National Assessments

This table shows you the percentage of children who finish Year 6/Key Stage 2 in our school achieving the expected standard for their age or in Reading, Writing and Mathematics, their scaled scores and their progress since KS1:

Harbinger School outcomes
National outcomes
% KS2 Expected standard
Reading % Scaled score Progress
Writing % Progres
Mathematics % Scaled score Progress
Combined R, W, M
Grammar Punctuation Spelling
Reading % Scaled score
Writing %
Mathematics % Scaled score
Combined R, W, M
Grammar Punctuation Spelling
2018
58% , 101.33, -0.81
67% -0.8
60% 101.44 -1.02
37%
75%, 105
78%
76%, 104
64%
2019
48%, 100.6, -0.54
67% 1.49
69% 102.08 0.05
45%
73%, 104
78%
79%, 106
65%
2022
79%, 104.4, -1.52
68%, -1.11
68%, 103.8, -1.35
57%
82%
74%, 104.4
69%
71%, 103.8
59%
72%
Provisional 2023
80% ......, -1.1
66%, -1.0
64%......, -2.0
59%
74%
73%
71%
73%
Harbinger School outcomes
National outcomes
% KS2 Greater dept
Reading
Writing
Mathematics
Combined R, W, M
Grammar Punctuation Spelling
Reading
Writing
Mathematics
Combined R, W, M
2018
14%
2%
14%
0%
28%
20%
24%
10%
2019
24%
10%
12%
2%
27%
20%
27%
11%
2022
36%
14%
29%
11%
46%
28%
13%
23%
7%
Provisional 2023
18%
11%
11%
7%
26%
29%
13%
24%
8%

Please take particular notice of the percentage of children reaching the KS2 expected standards 2022. The outcomes significantly improved since the last national assessments in 2019.

"Children express their thoughts clearly and communicate with each other enthusiastically as they learn."

- Ofsted, 2019

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