Data
Spring Brook School Data
2016  Spring Brook School KS2 Results – 10 pupils.
As the way in which children’s progress and attainment is measured has changed, it is not possible to see if our pupils have made the traditional 2 levels of progress within KS2. The table below shows the end of KS1 SATs results for our cohort of Y6 pupils and their scaled score in the Y6 tests:
Reading 
Maths 

Child 
Y2 
Y6 
Y2 
Y6 

A 
2 
91 
2 
94 

B 
2 
96 
2 
91 

C 
1 
B 
2c 
86 

D 
1 
95 
2 
86 

E 
2c 
87 
2 
94 

F 
1 
B 
1 
88 

G 
2c 
B 
2c 
91 

H 
2 
95 
2 
104 

I 
2c 
104 
2 
101 

J 
1 
B 
1 
82 

B 
Working below the standard of the test & not entered 


Working below the standard at the end of KS1 


Pupils who joined SBS during Y5/Y6 

Spring Brook School Previous KS2 Results 
2015 
2014 
2013 
% achieving level 4 or above in both Reading & Maths 
33% 
50% 
41.6% 
% achieving level 4 or above in Reading 
60% 
60% 
66.6% 
% achieving level 4 or above in SPAG 
60% 
30% 
n/a 
% achieving level 4 or above in Maths 
67% 
70% 
41.6% 
% achieving level 5 or above in Reading 
40% 
15% 
8.3% 
% achieving level 5 or above in SPAG 
0% 
20% 
n/a 
% achieving level 5 or above in Maths 
0% 
10% 
8.3% 
% making expected progress in English (Reading & teacher assessed Writing) 
84% 
60% 
66.6% 
% making expected progress in Maths 
67% 
60% 
58.3% 
2015: · 34% of the cohort achieved 2 levels of progress in all 3 areas · 84% of the cohort achieved 2 levels of progress in 2 areas · 50% of the cohort (3 pupils) joined SBS during Y6, two of them after Easter 
Year 11 Results (14 pupils) 

% achieving 5+ A*C GCSEs (or equivalent), including English and maths 
0% 
% achieving the English Baccalaureate 
0% 
% of pupils making expected progress in English 
0% 
% of pupils making expected progress in Maths 
0% 
5 x GCSEs AC 
0% 
5.5 x GCSEs AG 
10% = 1 pupil 
3.5 x GCSEs 
10% = 1 pupil 
3 x GCSEs 
10% = 1 pupil 
2.5 x GCSEs 
20% =2 pupils 
No GCSEs 
50% = 5 pupils 
Link to School Performance Tables on the DfE website:
http://www.education.gov.uk/cgibin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=133368
Further Information  Lower School
Data Evaluation Key Stage 1 

6 pupils in Key Stage 1 

Key Stage 1 Summary 

Reading 
Writing 
Maths 
100% of pupils (6) made accelerated progress.
0 made below expected progress 0 made expected progress 6 made accelerated progress 
100% of pupils (6) made accelerated progress.
0 made below expected progress 0 made expected progress 6 made accelerated progress 
83% of pupils (5) made accelerated progress.
1 made expected progress 5 made accelerated progress

Key Stage 1 by Year Group 

Year 1 

We have had two Y1 pupils (both girls) join us during the Summer Term. One had been out of school for a significant length of time. 

Reading (2 girls) 
Writing (2 girls) 
Maths (2 girls) 
100% of pupils (2) made accelerated progress.
0 made expected progress 2 made accelerated progress

100% of pupils (2) made accelerated progress.
0 made below expected progress 0 made expected progress 2 made accelerated progress 
100% of pupils (2) made accelerated progress.
0 made expected progress 2 made accelerated progress 
Year 2 

We have had two Y2 pupils (both boys) join us during the Summer Term. 1 has EAL, both had been out of school for a significant length of time. 

Reading (4 boys) 
Writing (4 boys) 
Maths (4 boys) 
100% of pupils (4) made accelerated progress.
0 made expected progress 4 made accelerated progress 
100% of pupils (4) made accelerated progress.
0 made expected progress 4 made accelerated progress 
75% of pupils (4) made accelerated progress.
1 made expected progress 3 made accelerated progress 
Data Evaluation Key Stage 1 SATs results (May 2016) 

None of our Y1 children were working at the required level to take part in the phonics screen this year. In the end of year assessments, pupils’ raw scores in tests were converted to a scaled score of between 80 – 120. To achieve the expected standard (AS), a score of 100 was required. One of our Y2 pupils sat the end of KS1 Maths Test and his scaled score was 96. 
Data Evaluation Key Stage 2 

27 pupils in Key Stage 2 

Key Stage 2 Summary 

Reading 27 pupils (25 boys, 2 girls) 
Writing 27 pupils (25 boys, 2 girls) 
Maths 27 pupils (25 boys, 2 girls) 
38% of pupils (10) made accelerated progress.
10 made below expected progress 7 made expected progress 10 made accelerated progress 
34% of pupils (9) made accelerated progress.
13 made below expected progress 5 made expected progress 9 made accelerated progress 
30% of pupils (8) made accelerated progress.
14 made below expected progress 5 made expected progress 8 made accelerated progress 
Key Stage 2 by Year Group 

Year 3 

Reading 5 pupils (5 boys) 
Writing 5 pupils (5 boys) 
Maths 5 pupils (5 boys) 
40% of pupils (2) made accelerated progress.
0 made below expected progress 3made expected progress 2made accelerated progress 
20% of pupils (1) made accelerated progress.
0 made below expected progress 4 made expected progress 1 made accelerated progress 
20% of pupils (1) made accelerated progress.
1 made below expected progress 3 made expected progress 1 made accelerated progress 
Year 4 

Reading 3 pupils (3 boys) 
Writing 3 pupils (3 boys) 
Maths 3 pupils (3 boys) 
0% of pupils (0) made accelerated progress.
1 made below expected progress 2 made expected progress 0 made accelerated progress 
33% of pupils (1) made accelerated progress.
2 made below expected progress 0 made expected progress 1 made accelerated progress 
0% of pupils (0) made accelerated progress.
2 made below expected progress 1 made expected progress 0 made accelerated progress 
Year 5 (two boys joined during Summer Term) 

Reading 9 pupils (8 boys, 1 girl) 
Writing 9 pupils (8 boys, 1 girl) 
Maths 9 pupils (8 boys, 1 girl) 
33% of pupils (3) made accelerated progress.
5 made below expected progress 1 made expected progress 3 made accelerated progress 
22% of pupils (2) made accelerated progress.
6 made below expected progress 1 made expected progress 2 made accelerated progress 
33% of pupils (3) made accelerated progress.
5 made below expected progress 1 made expected progress 3 made accelerated progress 
Year 6 (three boys joined during Summer Term) 

Reading 10 pupils (9 boys, 1 girl) 
Writing 10 pupils (9 boys, 1 girl) 
Maths 10 pupils (9 boys, 1 girl) 
50% of pupils (5) made accelerated progress.
4 made below expected progress 1 made expected progress 5 made accelerated progress 
50% of pupils (5) made accelerated progress.
5 made below expected progress 0 made expected progress 5 made accelerated progress 
40% of pupils (4) made accelerated progress.
6 made below expected progress 0 made expected progress 4 made accelerated progress 
Further Information  Upper School
KS3 
English 
Maths 
Science 
Pupil targets are based on the National Curriculum Expectations, represented by 3 levels of progress from KS2 to KS4 (2 sublevels of progress per year). 

Year 7 (6 pupils: 5 male, 1 female) 
83 % of pupils (5) achieved their end of year target. 
67% of pupils (4) achieved their end of year target. 
83% of pupils (5) achieved their end of year target. 
Year 8 (6 pupils: 6 male) 
67% of pupils (4) achieved their end of year target. 
83% of pupils (2) achieved their end of year target. 
83% of pupils (5) achieved their end of year target. 
Year 9 (9 pupils: 9 male) 
11% of pupils (1) achieved their end of year target. 
55% of pupils (5) achieved their end of year target. 
44% of pupils (4) achieved their end of year target. 
KS4 
English 
Maths 
Science 
Pupil targets are based on the National Curriculum Expectations, represented by 3 levels of progress from KS2 to KS4 (2 sublevels of progress per year). 

Year 10 (7 pupils: 7 male) 
42% of pupils (3) achieved their end of year target.

57% of pupils (4) achieved their end of year target.
Maths Number and Measure Level 1 January 2016 – 7 pupils Year 10: 2 x Pass
GCSE Maths 6 pupils Year 10: 1 x D, 1 x F 2 x G

14% of pupils (1) achieved their end of year target. 
Year 11 (10 pupils: 10 male) 
GCSE English – 2 pupils 2 x G
FSK/L1 English Level 2– 4 pupils 2 x Pass 
Maths Number and Measure Level 1 January 2016 9 pupils Year 11: 2 x Pass,
Maths Entry Level 2: 1 x Entry 2
GCSE Maths 7 pupils Year 11: 2 x D, 2 x G, 2 xU 
GCSE Science 4 pupils 1 x D, 2 x F, 1 x G 