The table below illustrates the performance of our KS2 (Year 6) pupils. It shows how Marchbank Free School performed in the academic year 2017-2018
At the end of KS2, Year 6 pupils are assessed against the national curriculum by undergoing national tests.
|Performance of KS2 Pupils 2017||Expected standard||Higher Standard|
|% of pupils in reading||61.5%||75%||7.7%||25%|
|% of pupils in writing||53.8%||78% ||0%||18%|
|% of pupils in maths||61.5%||76%||0%||23%|
|% of pupils in reading, writing and maths||53.8%||64%||0%||18%|
|% of pupils in grammar, punctuation and spelling||61.5%||78%||0.0%||31%|
The progress measures are a type of value added measure which means that pupils' results are compared to the actual achievements of other schools nationally with similar prior attainment and come in the form of scaled scores and school progress measures.
Scaled scores are reported between 80 and 120, with 100 as the national standard.
Progress scores are for the school only, not individual pupils and are a measure of the pupils' progress from KS1. A score of 0 means that pupils in school on average do as well at KS2 as those with similar attainment nationally. A positive score means pupils do better whereas a negative score means that pupils make less progress than other pupils nationally with similar starting points.
|Progress||Scaled score||Progress score|
|Grammar, punctuation and spelling||99.9||106.0 ||-|
Please be aware that we are a small school and our class sizes fluctuate from year to year. When our pupils numbers are less than eleven in any one cohort, our data is suppressed to protect individual identify. All data is suppressed if the cohort in either, the ‘disadvantaged’, or ‘other’ pupil group, is fewer than six.
Please click on the link below to access the DfE school performance tables.