SATs Results

Below are the SATs results for our school.

2017 Key Stage 2 SATs results compared to the Kirklees and national averages

Attainment and progress

Combined Reading, Writing and MathematicsGomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary SchoolKirklees AverageDifference to Kirklees AverageNational AverageDifference to National Average
% of pupils achieving the expected standard48.3%56.6%-8.3%61.1%-12.8%
% of pupils achieving a high score0%6.1%-6.1%8.6%-8.6%
ReadingGomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary SchoolKirklees AverageDifference to Kirklees AverageNational AverageDifference to National Average
% at expected (100+)65.5%66.5%-1%71.5%-6%
% high score (110+)20.7%20.2%+0.5%24.4%-3.7%
Average scale score103.2103+0.2104.1-0.9
Progress measure: Key stage 1 to Key Stage 2TBC
Grammar, Punctuation and SpellingGomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary SchoolKirklees AverageDifference to Kirklees AverageNational AverageDifference to National Average
% at expected (100+)79.3%74.8%4.5%76.9%2.4%
% high score (110+)31%27.4%3.6%30.8%0.2%
Average scale score105.3105.4-0.1106-0.7
Progress measures are unavailable as there is no comparable data from Key Stage 1.
Writing (Teacher Assessed)Gomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary SchoolKirklees AverageDifference to Kirklees AverageNational AverageDifference to National Average
% at expected (100+)58.6%73.4%-14.8%76.3%-17.7%
% at greater depth within expected standard3.4%12%-8.6%17.7%-14.3%
Progress measure: Key stage 1 to Key Stage 2TBC
MathsGomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary SchoolKirklees AverageDifference to Kirklees AverageNational AverageDifference to National Average
% at expected (100+)69%72.2%-3.2%74.9%-5.9%
% high score (110+)20.7%20.1%0.6%22.5%-1.8%
Average scale score102.7103.7-1104.2-1.5
Progress measure: Key stage 1 to Key Stage 2TBC

A school’s progress score for a subject is the mean average of all its pupil’s progress in that subject. A measure of zero indicates that the progress of a school is close to the average national progress. A score above zero means that the school’s progress is better than the national average and a minus score indicates below average progress.

2017 Key Stage 1 results compared to the Kirklees and national averages

Attainment and progress

Combined Reading, Writing and MathematicsGomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary SchoolKirklees AverageDifference to Kirklees AverageNational AverageDifference to National Average
% attaining expected standard or better54.8%59.7%-4.9%63.7%-8.9%
% attaining greater depth standard3.2%9.4%-6.2%11%-7.8%
ReadingGomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary SchoolKirklees AverageDifference to Kirklees AverageNational AverageDifference to National Average
% attaining expected standard or better61.3%72.3%-11%75.5%-14.2%
% attaining greater depth standard19.4%20.7%-1.3%25.2%-5.8%
Writing (Teacher Assessed)Gomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary SchoolKirklees AverageDifference to Kirklees AverageNational AverageDifference to National Average
% attaining expected standard or better54.8%64.4%-9.6%68.2%-13.4%
% attaining greater depth standard3.2%13.2%-10%15.6%-12.4%
MathsGomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary SchoolKirklees AverageDifference to Kirklees AverageNational AverageDifference to National Average
% attaining expected standard or better71%70.9%0.1%75.1%-4.1%
% attaining greater depth standard19.4%17.9%1.5%20.5%-1.1%
ScienceGomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary SchoolKirklees AverageDifference to Kirklees AverageNational AverageDifference to National Average
% attaining expected standard or better74.2%77.9%-3.7%82.6%-8.4%
Combined Reading, Writing, Maths & ScienceGomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary SchoolKirklees AverageDifference to Kirklees AverageNational AverageDifference to National Average
% attaining expected standard or better54.8%59.3%-4.5%63.3%-8.5%

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2016 Key Stage 2 SATs results compared to the Kirklees and national averages

Attainment and progress

Combined Reading, Writing and MathematicsGomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary SchoolKirklees AverageDifference to Kirklees AverageNational AverageDifference to National Average
% of pupils achieving the expected standard47%48%-1%53%-6%
% of pupils achieving a high score7%3%+4%5%+2%
ReadingGomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary SchoolKirklees AverageDifference to Kirklees AverageNational AverageDifference to National Average
% at expected (100+)70%61%+9%66%+4%
% high score (110+)17%15%+2%19%-2%
Average scale score102101+1103-1
Progress measure: Key stage 1 to Key Stage 2-2.3
Grammar, Punctuation and SpellingGomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary SchoolKirklees AverageDifference to Kirklees AverageNational AverageDifference to National Average
% at expected (100+)60%69%-9%72%-12%
% high score (110+)10%19%-9%23%-13%
Average scale score102103-1104-2
Progress measures are unavailable as there is no comparable data from Key Stage 1.
Writing (Teacher Assessed)Gomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary SchoolKirklees AverageDifference to Kirklees AverageNational AverageDifference to National Average
% at expected (100+)70%69%+1%74%-4%
% at greater depth within expected standard7%8%-1%15%-8%
Progress measure: Key stage 1 to Key Stage 2-2.6
MathsGomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary SchoolKirklees AverageDifference to Kirklees AverageNational AverageDifference to National Average
% at expected (100+)57%67%-10%70%-13%
% high score (110+)13%15%-2%17%-4%
Average scale score101102-1103-2
Progress measure: Key stage 1 to Key Stage 2-3.3

A school’s progress score for a subject is the mean average of all its pupil’s progress in that subject. A measure of zero indicates that the progress of a school is close to the average national progress. A score above zero means that the school’s progress is better than the national average and a minus score indicates below average progress.

2016 Key Stage 1 SATs results compared to the national averages

This table shows the percentage of eligible children at the end of Key Stage 1 achieving each level in the school in 2016.
Subject% at expected standard or above: School% at expected standard or above: National
Reading74%74%
Writing65%65%
Mathematics58%73%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling68%
Combined, Reading, Writing and Maths52%60%

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2015 Key Stage 2 SATs Results

This table shows the percentage of eligible children at the end of Key Stage 2 achieving each level in the school in 2015. The number of eligible children is 23. Figures may not total 100% because of rounding.
 Level 4 or aboveLevel 5 or aboveChildren making expected progress or better from KS1 to KS2
Reading83%22%87%
Writing (Teacher Assessed)74%13%61%
Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation74%48%N/A
Maths87%30%91%
Combined Reading, Writing and Maths70%4%N/A

2015 Key Stage 1 National Results

This table shows the percentage of eligible children at the end of Key Stage 1 achieving each level in the school in 2015. The number of eligible children is 30. Figures may not total 100% because of rounding.

W represents children who are working towards level 1, but have not yet achieved the standards needed for level 1.
 Absent or DisappliedBelow Level 1Level 1 or aboveLevel 2C or aboveLevel 2B or aboveLevel 2A or aboveLevel 3 or above
Reading079387633320
Writing079383635023
Mathematics079387703017

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2014 Key Stage 2 SATs Results

This table shows the percentage of eligible children at the end of Key Stage 2 achieving each level in the school in 2014. The number of eligible children is 23. Figures may not total 100% because of rounding.
 Level 4 or aboveLevel 5 or aboveChildren making expected progress or better from KS1 to KS2
Reading83%30%83%
Writing83%22%96%
Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation78%48%N/A
Maths87%26%87%
Combined Reading, Writing and Maths70%17%N/A

2014 Key Stage 1 National Results

This table shows the percentage of eligible children at the end of Key Stage 1 achieving each level in the school in 2014. The number of eligible children is 30. Figures may not total 100% because of rounding.

W represents children who are working towards level 1, but have not yet achieved the standards needed for level 1.

* results for Speaking and Listening and Science are based on teacher assessment only.
 W122C2B2A3 or aboveDisapplied childrenAbsent children
Speaking and Listening *00871300
Reading031733103700
Writing032727331000
Mathematics031733301700
Science *010801000

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2013 Key Stage 2 SATs Results

This table shows the percentage of eligible children at the end of Key Stage 2 achieving each level in the school in 2013. The number of eligible children is 15. Figures may not total 100% because of rounding.
 Level 4 or aboveLevel 5 or aboveChildren making expected progress or better from KS1 to KS2
Reading60%27%73%
Writing80%33%100%
Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation60%47%N/A
Maths73%40%80%
Combined Reading, Writing and Maths60%21%N/A

2013 Key Stage 1 National Results

This table shows the percentage of eligible children at the end of Key Stage 1 achieving each level in the school in 2013. The number of eligible children is 30. Figures may not total 100% because of rounding.

W represents children who are working towards level 1, but have not yet achieved the standards needed for level 1.

* results for Speaking and Listening and Science are based on teacher assessment only.
 W122C2B2A3 or aboveDisapplied childrenAbsent children
Speaking and Listening *03801700
Reading0101017402300
Writing072030331000
Mathematics002333331000
Science *03831300

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2012 Key Stage 1 National Results

This table shows the percentage of eligible children at the end of Key Stage 1 achieving each level in the school in 2012. Figures may not total 100% because of rounding.

W represents children who are working towards level 1, but have not yet achieved the standards needed for level 1.

0 represents some pupils but less than 0.5%.
 W122C2B2A3 or aboveDisapplied childrenAbsent children
Speaking and Listening210662200
Reading2111123262700
Writing3141929211400
Mathematics281427282200
Science29682100

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2011 Key Stage 1 National Results

This table shows the percentage of eligible children at the end of Key Stage 1 achieving each level in the school in 2011. The number of eligible children is 22. Figures may not total 100% because of rounding.

W represents children who are working towards level 1, but have not yet achieved the standards needed for level 1.

* results for Speaking and Listening and Science are based on teacher assessment only.
 W122C2B2A3 or aboveDisapplied childrenAbsent children
Speaking and Listening *5582900
Reading991814321800
Writing5141423182700
Mathematics51494152700
Science *59731400