Due to the Coronavirus pandemic statutory assessments were cancelled by the DfE in 2020 and 2021. The data below is from 2019 which was the last year that statutory assessments were conducted.
End of Key Stage 2 Achievement 2019
The table below shows the average progress of children at Hollins Grundy compared to children with similar prior attainment nationally.
A positive score means children at Hollins Grundy have made more progress than children at similar schools.
A score of zero means children at Hollins Grundy have made the same progress as children at similar schools.
A negative score means children at Hollins Grundy have made less progress than children at similar schools.
The table below shows the percentage of children who met the expected standard, and those who reached the higher standard, in this year’s end of Key Stage 2 assessments both at Hollins Grundy and nationally.
|Reading Writing & Maths combined||Working at the expected standard||Higher standard|
|Hollins Grundy 2019||83%||14%|
|Reading||Working at the expected standard||Higher standard||Average scaled score|
|Hollins Grundy 2019||86%||31%||107|
|Writing||Working at the expected standard||Working at greater depth within the expected standard|
|Hollins Grundy 2019||90%||34%|
|Maths||Working at the expected standard||Higher standard||Average scaled score|
|Hollins Grundy 2019||86%||28%||107|
|Grammar Punctuation & Spelling||Working at the expected standard||Higher standard||Average scaled score|
|Hollins Grundy 2019||93%||59%||111|
In reading, maths and grammar, punctuation & spelling children have taken the national SAT tests. The result of the test indicates whether children have met the expected standard.
A scaled score is a score derived from their raw score in the test. A scaled score of 100 or more means that the child has met the expected standard in the test. A scaled score of 110 or more means that the child has reached the higher standard.