Early Years Foundation Stage
At the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage, children are assessed as making a Good Level of Development if they have met age related expectations in all of the seven areas of learning. The below chart compares the attainment of children in the Early Years Foundation Stage at Egerton against the rest of the Local Authority.
|% of children attaining a Good Level of Development|
|Egerton CP School||90%||93%||97%|
The following table breaks down the seven areas of learning. It shows percentages of children at the end of the Reception Year in 2015 at Egerton CP School who are emerging, expected and exceeding age related expectations in each area and compares them with the Local Authority data.
|Area of Learning||Physical, Social, Emotional Development||0%||17%||10%||60%||90%||23%|
|Communication and Language||0%||7%||13%||57%||87%||37%|
|Understanding of the World||0%||10%||20%||77%||80%||13%|
|Expressive Arts and Design||0%||7%||17%||63%||83%||30%|
Year One Phonics
At the end of Year One, children take part in a screening check that assesses their phonics knowledge against the national expectation. The following chart demonstrates the percentage of pupils at Egerton CP School meeting the national expectation in phonics compared with pupils locally and nationally.
|% of pupils achieving expected standard at Egerton||% of pupils achieving expected standard in Bolton||% of pupils achieving expected standard Nationally|
End of Key Stage One 2016
Pupil’s achieved exceptionally well at the end of Key Stage One in all areas. Pupil’s attainment was well above local and national averages in all areas with 97% of children achieving ARE combined and 27% achieving Greater Depth Combined.
|Key Stage One – Age Related Expectations|
|Egerton CP School||97%||97%||97%||97%|
|Key Stage One – Greater Depth|
|Egerton CP School||37%||33%||33%||27%|
End of Key Stage Two 2016
The school achieved above the national floor standard in the new assessment arrangements at Key Stage Two in 2016. The following table demonstrates the school’s performance in 2016.
In all areas the school was high compared with national however in maths it is lower than the local average of 71%
The school remained above the floor in progress with confidence levels moving above zero in all areas.
|Confidence||-3.1 to 1.3||-1.5 to 3.1||-3.5 to 0.3|
The school development plan priorities robustly focus on raising attainment Reading, Writing and Maths combined with a clear direction for improvement. (whole school dev plan outcomes priorities).
The school has set targets for the next three years as follows and is robustly tracking progress towards these targets.