There are a number of performance indicators available for attainment and progress. These can be accessed via the DfE website https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/101005/earlsfield-primary-school/primary
Please note that due to COVID-19 there was no data set in the Summer of 2020 and 2021. The data below relates to 2022 (and also data for historical comparison.
How well are we doing?
The headlines for 2021-22 were overwhelmingly positive. The school continues to have a strong academic profile and children achieve well.
- In Early Years GLD (Good Level of Development) at the end of Reception was above national.
- Phonics achievement in Year 1 was above national.
- KS 1 attainment at EXP* and GD* was above national.
- KS2 attainment for RWM* at EXP and GD was above national
*EXP - Expected standard * GD - Greater Depth
* RWM - Reading, Writing and Maths combined)
Reception children achieving a good level of development
The percentage of children achieving a Good Level of Development was 14% above national
Year 1 Phonics
91% of children achieved the expected standard which was higher than both the local (81%) and national (76%) averages.
End of Key Stage 1
At the end of Key Stage 1 the proportion of children achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and maths (RWM) was 69%. This 16% higher than the national average and 6% above Wandsworth. As the chart below demonstrates KS 1 attainment has been above the national average for a number of years.
The proportion of children achieving the Greater Depth in reading, writing and maths was higher than national and local.
End of Key Stage 2
Attainment at the end of KS2 remains strong in at both at the expected standard and at greater depth.
At the end of Key Stage 2 the proportion of children achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and maths (RWM) was 82% . This is 24% higher than the national average and 16% above Wandsworth. As the chart below demonstrates, KS2 attainment has been above the national average for a number of years.
The proportion of children achieving greater depth in reading, writing and maths (RWI) was 22% which was 15% above the national average and 11% above Wandsworth.
Progress scores are overwhelmingly positive in comparison to local and national.