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Results and Performance Tables

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Please find below our most recent Ofsted reports, and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables.

Key Stage 2 Outcomes- Attainment 2018

% of pupils reaching the expected standard

                       

Manor Leas Junior

National Average

Lincolnshire (2017)

Reading

84

75

71

Writing

92

78

73

Maths

84

76

70

% of pupils reaching the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths

Manor Leas Junior

National Average

Lincolnshire (2017)

78

61

56

% of pupils reaching the higher standard

 

Manor Leas Junior

National Average (2017)

Reading

30

25

Maths

26

23

% of pupils working at greater depth in writing

Manor Leas

National (2017)

Lincolnshire (2017)

18

18

16

% of pupils reaching a higher standard in reading, writing and mathematics

Manor Leas

National (2017)

Lincolnshire (2017)

10

5

4

Progress Information 2017

"Attainment on entry (AoE) from the two feeder infant schools is high. Leaders use a range of summative and formative assessments to establish a robust baseline on entry from which to track progress every half term. The school has accessed external support to ascertain similarities and differences between the AoE scores and the school’s initial test results. High scores on entry cause difficulties in proving on paper that pupils make good progress at Manor Leas. However, learning observations, discussions with pupils and the work in books clearly demonstrate that progress is strong." Challenge Partners, November 2017

 

Manor Leas Junior Academy inherits an above average number of pupils that are 'high attainers,' as shown in the table below:

  High Middle Low
Manor Leas 43% 46% 8%
National 30% 59% 11%

When pupils enter Year 3 at Manor Leas Junior Academy, they are given a series of Baseline Assessments, all of which are Nationally standardised. These assessments place our pupils broadly in line with the national average. Therefore, when measuring progress from Year 3 to Year 6 we observe very different progress scores from our Baseline assessments than from those of Key Stage 1 Teacher Assessments as shown in the table below:

Progress Scores Key Stage 1 Teacher Assessment Year 3 Nationally Standardised Baseline
Reading -3.1 +3.24
Writing -1.8 +3.12
Maths -4.5 +0.83

 

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