How well are we doing?

Find out about our school performance in tests, and our latest OFSTED report.

School Performance 2020

Due to the national school lockdown, standard assessment tests did not take place in any school.

Our results are taken from our accurate teacher assessments which were made based upon the progress children had made up until March 2020.

We are really proud of the achievements of our children in all year groups.

In Reception, our children achieve above other schools nationally, and make excellent progress.

In Year 2, the children are assessed by teacher assessment and national tests. Our children achieve at least in line with other schools, but in reading and writing they achieve above other schools.

In Year 6, the children take the national SAT tests. This year our children have achieved results well above other schools nationally. The reading, writing and maths figure shows what percentage of pupils achieved expected national standard in all 3 subjects. This is well above national averages. Year 6 was a cohort of 24 children.

 

These are our current 2020 SAT results as a table:

There are also our 2019 results and the national results to compare against.

 

School % 2019

School 2020

% working at national expectations

 

School 2020

% working above national expectations

 

National 2019

% at national expectations

 

Are we above or below national figures for 2019?

Reception

82

 80%

 

71%

+14

Phonics Y1

85

85%

 

83%

+2

KSI (Y2) reading

74

 75

25 

76%

-2

KS1 (Y2) Writing

74

 75

20 

70 %

+4

KS1 (Y2) Maths

68

 70

20 

76%

-6

KS2(Y6) reading

94

 92

50 

73%

+21

KS2 (Y6)Writing

88

 92

42 

78%

+10

KS2 (Y6) Maths

94

 92

33 

79%

+15

KS2 (Y6) spelling and grammar

88

 

 

78%

+10

Reading writing and maths together

88

 83

25 

64%

 +24

 

These are the school average progress scores from 2019.

There are no progress scores from 2020

 

They are all in line with national progress scores and calculated based upon a numerical individual progress score given from from Key stage 1 SAT scores, then averaged for the cohort.

 

Reading Progress: -0.1

Maths Progress: 1.7

Writing Progress: 1.4

 

All these scores are within the national expectations and at least match progress in other schools.

 

 

Average test scores 2019

Our average scaled scores are higher than the national scores. 100 is the score which says a child is at the expected standard for a Year 6 child.

 

Reading average score: 105

Grammar test average score: 110

Maths test average score: 107

 

 

 

Information about our test results, attendance, intake and other school data is available on the Department for Education Perfomance Information site.  

Please see the related documents for our current SAT results.

Ofsted Report

Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. It inspects schools through inspections and regulatory visits.


Click to see the current and previous inspection reports of High Ercall Primary.

Parent View

Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about High Ercall school. It asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of your child’s school: from the quality of teaching, to considering how happy and safe your child feels in school.

The information you provide is used when Ofsted decide when to inspect. Parents can see what other parents have said about your school, or and view the results for any school in England.