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School Data

At Joy Lane we disaggregate our achievement data to show the attainment of all our children and present this data to the Local Authority, our Governors and Ofsted.

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Patrick Leeson's Letter of Congratulations October 2017
Joy Lane Primary School Inspection Dashboard 2017
Analysis of School Performance including disadvantaged pupils 2016-17

Please click here for the Whole School Assessment Data 2018

Whole School Assessment Data 2018

Early Years GLD is Good Level of Development in all areas assessed at the end of their first year at Primary School (end of Reception Year).

Percentage Reaching GLD

JLPS

(& Oysters SRP)

JLPS (Mainstream)

National

2015

67%

69%

66%

2016

69%

70%

69%

2017

65%

69%

71%

2018

71%

73%

71.5%

Key Stage 1
Phonics Screening check is designed to confirm whether pupils have learnt phonic decoding to an appropriate national standard.

Percentage Reaching Standard

JLPS

(& Oysters SRP)

JLPS (Mainstream)

National

2015

84%

87%

77%

2016

86%

87%

81%

2017

87%

87%

81%

2018

82%

85%

82.5%

Attainment: Parents and carers please note our mainstream phonics test data for 2018 is still above the 2018 national figure.
Children are assessed at the end of Year 2 to establish their ability in reading, writing and maths against the national standard.

Percentage Reaching Standard

At National Standard

At Greater Depth

JLPS

(& Oysters SRP)

JLPS (M/S only)

National

JLPS

(& Oysters SRP)

JLPS (M/S only)

National

READING

2016

77%

79%

74%

10%

15%

23.6%

2017

79%

80%

75%

23%

25%

25%

2018

80%

80%

75.4

26%

25%

25.6%

WRITING

2016

71%

72%

71%

7%

12%

13.3%

2017

71%

73%

68%

15%

17%

16%

2018

67%

68%

69.9%

16%

17%

15.9

MATHS

2016

75%

75%

72%

10%

15%

17.8%

2017

76%

76%

75%

19%

19%

20%

2018

78%

77%

76.1%

21%

20%

21.8%

Parents and carers please note an increase in reading and maths attainment and that writing at the end of Key Stage 1 is broadly in line with the national average (ear 2) Also greater depth is in line or better than the national averages for 2018

Key Stage 2

Attainment:
Our Key Stage 2 attainment data is published in two ways; firstly as a whole school and secondly without pupils from our Oysters Special Resourced Provision (ASD) to enable fair comparison with national figures, which do not include Specialist Schools and Provisions.
Children are assessed at the end of Year 6 to establish whether they have achieved the expected national standard.

Percentage Reaching Standard

At National Standard

At Higher Standard

JLPS

(& Oysters SRP)

JLPS (Mainstream)

National

JLPS

(& Oysters SRP)

JLPS (Mainstream)

National

READING

2016

79%

80%

66%

18%

19%

19%

2017

79%

77%

71%

31%

33%

25%

2018

86%

88%

75%

43%

47%

28%

WRITING

2016

79%

84%

74%

7%

12%

15%

2017

89%

91%

76%

23%

25%

18%

2018

89%

95%

78%

29%

32%

22%

MATHS

2016

84%

88%

70%

21%

25%

17%

2017

80%

82%

75%

33%

33%

23%

2018

89%

91%

76%

44%

47%

24%

GPS

2016

86%

93%

72%

25%

30%

23%

2017

84%

85%

77%

39%

40%

31%

2018

87%

91%

78%

54%

60%

34%

RWM Combined

2016

68%

73%

53%

5%

9%

5%

2017

70%

69%

61%

13%

15%

9%

2018

79%

82%

64%

16%

21%

10%

Parents and carers please note that at Joy Lane we are above the national attainment figures in reading, writing and maths, including at the higher standard. As reading was our particular whole school target 2017-18 it is pleasing to see that 13% more pupils achieved the expected standard than the national figure while 19% more pupils at Joy Lane achieved the higher standard than the national figure.
It is also particularly pleasing that when the children complete their learning journey at Joy Lane 82% of our mainstream pupils achieve the combined expected standard in reading, writing and maths compared to 64% nationally.

Progress Measure from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 (Year 2-Year 6)

2016

Joy Lane Primary

(Mainstream & Oysters SRP)

National

Reading

2.1

Please see below which shows the progress nationally.

Our placing within the table means that we are in the top 25% in the country for reading and maths and the top 40% for writing

Writing

0.8

Maths

3.4

Percentiles

Reading

Writing

Mathematics

Top 5%

4.6 and above

4.4 and above

4.3 and above

Next 20%

1.8 to 4.5

1.9 to 4.3

1.6 to 4.2

Next 15%

0.7 to 1.7

0.8 to 1.8

0.6 to 1.5

Middle 20%

-0.6 to 0.6

-0.5 to 0.7

-0.6 to 0.5

Next 15%

-1.6 to -0.7

-1.6 to -0.6

-1.6 to -0.7

Next 20%

-4.0 to -1.7

-4.8 to -1.7

-4.0 to -1.7

Bottom 5%

-4.1 and below

-4.9 and below

-4.1 and below

2017

Joy Lane Primary

(Mainstream & Oysters SRP)

National

Reading

2.0

Please see below which shows the progress nationally.

Our placing within the table means that we are in the top 25% in the country for reading, maths and writing

Writing

3.3

Maths

3.5

Percentiles

Reading

Writing

Mathematics

Top 5%

4.4 and above

3.8 and above

4.4 and above

Next 20%

1.8 to 4.3

1.6 to 3.7

1.8 to 4.3

Next 15%

0.8 to 1.7

0.8 to 1.5

0.7 to 1.7

Middle 20%

-0.5 to 0.7

-0.3 to 0.7

-0.6 to 0.6

Next 15%

-1.4 to -0.6

-1.3 to -0.4

-1.7 to -0.7

Next 20%

-3.8 to -1.5

-3.9 to -1.4

-4.2 to -1.8

Bottom 5%

-3.9 and below

-4.0 and below

-4.3 and below

2018

Joy Lane Primary

(Mainstream & Oysters SRP)

Reading

2.2

Writing

1.9

Maths

3.9

The average scaled score is calculated as the mean scaled score of all pupils awarded a scaled score.

Average Scaled Scores

2016

Joy Lane Primary

(Mainstream & Oysters SRP)

National

Reading

103.9

103

GPS

106.2

104

Maths

105.5

103

2017

Joy Lane Primary

(Mainstream & Oysters SRP)

National

Reading

104.9

104

GPS

107.4

106

Maths

106.7

104

2018

Joy Lane Primary

(Mainstream & Oysters SRP)

National

Reading

107

105

GPS

109

106

Maths

108

104

Parents and carers please note that there is a 3 year upward trend at Joy Lane in the average scaled scores achieved by our Key Stage 2 (year 6) pupils in reading, Grammar, punctuation, spelling and maths.  
Over the last 3 years our children have performed significantly above the national average.

For more information about how our school is performing you can view Parent View, School Data Dashboard and the DfE Compare Schools website:

 is Ofsted’s summary of what the current parents think of our school. During an inspection Ofsted asks for the opinion on 12 aspects of their child’s school.

DfE Performance Tables allows you to compare us to other schools in the area.

 provides a snapshot of performance in a school, college or other further education and skills providers.