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School Data

Due to the Corona virus pandemic the government decided not to produce any standardised testing in primary schools. This means that we can only report up to the year 2018-2019. 
 
However, standardised tests are only one measure of how children are performing in schools. We believe in supporting and assessing the 'whole child', as do OFSTED. They judge the school on four different areas:
 
Quality of Education, Behaviour and Attitudes, Leadership and Management and Personal Development. When we were visited by Ofsted in 2019 we were judged as 'good' in all 4 areas. 
 
The quality of education in Early Years is a separate judgement. We were again judged as 'good' across all areas.
 
For more details and to see how this applies to Dale Hall, please visit the OFSTED page.

Results 2018-19

Attainment:

 EYFS: 81% achieved a good level of development

 Phonics: 88% Achieved the excepted standard

 KS 1 Teacher assessment

Reading:  70%

Writing:    62%

Maths:      72%

KS2 SATS results 

Reading:     60% of pupils achieved the expected standard in test

                   Teacher assessment 80% (on-going through the year)

                    8% of pupils achieved a high standard

Writing:        77% of pupils achieved the expected standard (Teacher assessed and moderated by LA)

                    18% of pupils were assessed to be working at greater depth within the expected standard.

Mathematics: 70% of pupils achieved the expected standard in the test

                       77% Teacher assessed throughout the year

                       13% of pupils achieved a high standard

51% of pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics, based on the national tests- of which 9% achieved a high standard. 

Our teacher assessment judged 70% of pupils to be at expected in Reading, Writing and Maths. 

Progress

These progress scores are calculated by measuring their teacher assessed attainment at the end of KS1 (2015) against the outcome of the  KS2 SATS tests in 2019.

20% of this cohort joined us after year 3. 

Reading progress score: -3.8

Writing progress score: -0.6

Mathematics average progress: -3.2

SATS Results 2017-18

 

Attainment:

 

Reading:     82% of pupils achieved the expected standard

                    24% of pupils achieved a high standard

                   Average scaled score 105

 

Writing:        81% of pupils achieved the expected standard

                    19% of pupils were assessed to be working at greater depth within the expected standard.

 

Average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling 102

71% of pupils achieved the expected standard

 

Mathematics: 80% of pupils achieved the expected standard

                       29% of pupils achieved a high standard

                       Average scaled score 105

 

64% of pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics, of which 9% achieved a high standard.

 

Progress:

 

Reading progress score: -0.7

Writing progress score: -0.9

Mathematics average progress: -0.3

Department for Education

To find our school on the Department of Education Performance Tables website go here.