Statutory Information Sir Henry Fermor Primary School
Details about our Pupil Premium, PE & Sports Premium and Curriculum.
- View the most recent Pupil Premium Report 2016-2017
- View our Primary School PE Funding Report HERE.
- View the link to the current DFE Performance tables HERE.
Our End of Key Stage 2 2017 results are:
Reading 69.5% (up 13.9%)
Writing 52.5% (down 17.9%)
Maths 57.6% (up 20.6%)
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 72.9% (up 24.8%)
Reading, Writing and Maths combined 37% (up 8%)
2017 was overall an improving picture as we addressed underperformance from past years. The Maths outcomes saw 57.6% reach Expected standard in 2017. This is a rise of 20.6% on last year. The gap between Fermor and national in 2016 was 32.7% and now stands at 17.3% so closed dramatically. In Reading we saw 69.5% achieve expected standard. This was a rise of 13.9% on last year. The gap between Fermor and national in 2016 was 10.1% and now stands at 2%. So, again this gap has closed dramatically. In Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 72.9% of Year 6 pupils achieved the expected standard. This was a rise of 24.8% on last year. The gap between Fermor and national outcomes in 2016 was 24.3% and now stands at 4%. Writing assessment is changing nationally this year to ensure better fit to expectations but we feel we were robustly accurate and are well placed to build on this as a key focus.
Reading scaled score was 104.5 which is 0.4 above national average compared to 0.8 below in 2016
Maths scaled score was 102.1 which is 2.1 below national average compared to 4.5 below in 2016.
Grammar, Punctuation & spelling scaled score was 104.5 which is 1.5 below national average compared to 3.3 below in 2016.
Progress scores record how well our children as a whole progress from Key Stage 1 (Year 2) to Key Stage 2 (Year 6) and should be at or above 0 to demonstrate progress. The Reading progress score was 0.7 up from -0.1 in 2016. The writing progress score was -3.8 which has fallen from -2.9 in 2016 so this is clearly our focus this year. The Maths progress score was -2 which has improved dramatically from -4.9 in 2016.