St Peter & St Paul 
Church of England Primary School

Wainfleet Road, Burgh le Marsh, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE24 5ED Tel. 01754 810241 Email. enquiries@burghschool.org.uk

Results and Reports

On this page you can find copies of inspection reports as well as our EYFS, Key Stage 1 and Keys Stage 2 results.

Please see also the Department for Education school performance tables.

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Inspection Reports

Section 48, March 2016 (90Kb) and SIAMS Judgement Recording Form (91Kb)

Ofsted, May 2013 (171Kb)

Inspection Reports are saved in PDF format. If you are unable to open them then you can download a free PDF reader from Adobe.

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

2015/2016 EYFS June Data (moderated) % expectations

 

Communication & language

Literacy

Maths

 

Groups

Listening & attention

Understanding

Speaking

Reading

Writing

Number

SSM

GLD

All (30)

97%

83%

77%

53%

40%

47%

87%

40%

Boys (15)

100%

90%

80%

53%

40%

47%

93%

40%

Girls
(15)

93%

87%

73%

53%

40%

47%

80%

40%

FSM
(3)2/3 SEND

100%

100%

67%

0%

0%

33%

100%

0%

SEND
(2)

50%

50%

50%

0%

0%

50%

50%

0%

Key Stage 1

2015/2016 Y1 Phonics Screening Check % expectations

Groups

Met the standard
(2014/15 School 80%
National 77%)

Not met the standard

All (30)

80% (24)

20% (5 + 1 DNT)

Boys (18)

89%(16)

11%(2)

Girls
(12)

67% (8)

33%(3 +1 DNT)

FSM
(4)1/4 SEND

75% (3)

25% (SEND child)

SEND
(3)

0%

100%(3)

2015/2016 Y2 Phonics Re-take Screening Check % expectations

Groups

Met the standard

Not met the standard

All (6)

100%

O%

Boys (6)

100%

0%

FSM
(2)1 SEND

100%

0%

SEND
(3)

100%

0%

2015/2016 Y2 KS1 Statutory Assessment Outcomes % expectations Teacher Assessments

Groups

Reading

Writing

Maths

Science

 

WTS

EXS

GDS

WTS

EXS

GDS

WTS

EXS

GDS

HNM

EXS

All (30)

17

70

13

27

70

3

7

80

13

3

97

Boys (17)

24

76

0

35

59

6

6

82

12

0

100

Girls
(13)

7

62

31

15

85

0

7

78

15

7

93

FSM
(6)
1SEND

33

67

0

50

50

0

17

83

0

17

83

SEND
(4)

100

0

0

100

0

0

50

50

0

0

100

LAC / post LAC (2)

0

100

0

0

100

0

0

100

0

0

100

Currently there is no data for National comparison for KS1 and as the assessments are the first with assessment without levels comparisons cannot and should not be made to previous results.

Key Stage 2

2015/2016 Y6 KS2 Statutory Assessment Outcomes % expectations
Test

Groups

Reading

Maths

GAPS

Writing (Teacher Assessment)

Read+Wri+Maths combined

 

School

National

School

National

School

National

School

National

School

National

All
(30)

67%
(TA 77%)

66%

67%
(TA 77%)

70%

83%

72%

73%

74%

43%

53%

Boys (17)

59%

 

71%

 

76%

 

65%

 

35%

 

Girls
(13)

77%

 

62%

 

92%

 

85%

 

62%

 

FSM
(4)2 SEND

50%

 

25%

 

50%

 

0%

 

0%

 

SEND
(5)

40%

 

60%

 

60%

 

40%

 

20%

 

Former SEND (5)

40%

 

40%

 

60%

 

40%

 

0%

 

LAC post(1)

0%

 

0%

 

0%

 

0%

 

0%

 

 

Average scaled score reading 101
Average scaled score maths 102
% of higher level of attainment in reading 13%
% of higher level of attainment in maths 3%
% of higher level of attainment in writing 17%

The Floor Targets for 2015/16 is the minimum standards for pupil attainment and / or progress that the Government expects schools to meet,
In 2016 a school will be above floor if:

To be above floor, the school needs to meet either the attainment (nationally the attainment floor target has been missed as the STA reports that 53% of pupils Nationally have met this combined expectation our school figure is 43%)   or all of the progress elements. (This information is drawn from national progress rates and is not available to schools until September 2016)

Key Stage 2 Progress 2016

The Progress Measure applies to those children who left Year 6 in July 2016 measured against their SAT scores at the end of Year 2 in 2012.  Progress is measured against children nationally with similar attainment at the end of Key Stage 1.  A score of 0 means that children have done as well as those with similar prior attainment.  A negative score (between -0.1 and -5) means that less progress was made.  A positive score (between +0.1 and +5) means that more than expected progress has been made. Below are the figures for our children.

Reading Progress ;+0.5
Writing Progress +1.8
Maths Progress +0.3