Performance Data

Early Years Foundation Stage – 2023

At the end of a Foundation Stage, the children are assessed using the early learning goals in the Statutory Framework for Early Years Foundation Stage.

At Marshland Primary Academy, there were 18 children in the cohort in 2023. 78% of these children achieved a Good Level of Development.

More information can be found here:

EYFS_framework_from_September_2023

Year One – 2023

When children come to the end of their year in Year One there is a statutory assessment of their phonics skills – the Phonics Screening Check.

At Marshland Primary Academy, there were 21 children in the cohort in 2023. 81% of these children passed the Phonics Screening Check.

More information can be found here:

Phonics screening check: 2023 materials – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

End of Year Two – 2023

At the end of Year Two, children who did not pass the Phonics Screening Check when they were in Year One, had to resit the check. By the end of Year Two in 2023, 94% of the children passed the Phonics Screening Check.

At the end of each Key Stage children are judged to be working at the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics. Some children may be judged to be working above the expected standard and some may be assessed to be working below the standard.

At the end of Key Stage One (Year Two) the assessment is based on the class teacher’s assessment of the children’s ability.

We had 17 children in the cohort in 2023, and of this group:

  • 71% of the children achieved the expected standard in reading.
  • 59% of the children achieved the expected standard in writing.
  • 71% of the children achieved the expected standard in mathematics.
  • 59% of the children achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics

End of Year Four – 2023

At the end of Year Four, children have to take a multiplication tables check which is an online assessment. The test involves 25 multiplication tables questions.

We had 16 children in the cohort in 2023, and of this group:

  • 44% of the children scored 25.
  • 69% of the children scored 21 – 25.
  • 19% of the children scored 16 – 20.
  • The average score for the children in Year Four was 21.1 compared to a national figure of 20.4

More information can be found here:

2023_Information_for_parents_Multiplication_tables_check_Nov_22_PDFA

End of Year Six – 2023

At the end of a Key Stage children are judged to be either working at the expected standard or not. Some children may be judged to be working above the expected standard.

At the end of Key Stage Two (Year Six) children’s raw test scores are converted to a scaled score, where 100 is the national expectation.

At Marshland Primary Academy, we had 16 children in the cohort in 2023, and of this group:

  • 81% of the children achieved the expected standard in reading.
  • 81% of the children achieved the expected standard in writing.
  • 81% of the children achieved the expected standard in the grammar, punctaution and spelling test.
  • 63% of the children achieved the expected standard in mathematics.
  • 56% of the children achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics.

Key Stage 1 Results – 2019

Expected standardNationalGreater depth
Reading67%75%47%
Writing60%69%20%
Maths67%76%33%
RWM Combined53%65%20%

Key Stage 2 Results – 2019

Expected standardNationalGreater depthNational
Reading54%73%4%27%
Writing71%78%17%20%
Maths79%79%13%27%
EGPS83%78%29%36%
RWM Combined50%65%11%0%

Further information

What is your favourite subject and why? –
“I love P.E. because I am a real sports person and enjoy being creative.”

Pupil Voice

What do you like about the teachers?
“They make me feel safe.”

Pupil Voice

What would you say to a child who is worried about joining this school?
“We will look after you and help you.”

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What do you like about the teachers?
“They tell jokes and help us learn.”

Pupil Voice

What is your favourite subject and why?
“Art because I like drawing and sometimes my work goes on the wall.”

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What is the best thing you have done in school?
“Everything. I enjoy every single second of school.”

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What is your favourite subject and why? –
“Maths because I love numbers and adding.”

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What is the best thing you have done in school?
“I really enjoy playing for the school football team.”

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What would you say to a child who is worried about joining this school?
“Be yourself. It’s a great school and you’ll fit in.”

Pupil Voice

What is your favourite subject and why?
“Art because it calms me down and it’s great fun.”

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What is your favourite subject and why?
“Topic and Art are my favourite lessons because they push me to my limits and are fun.”

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What is the best thing you have done in school?
“I enjoy the school trips to the museum so I can learn.”

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What do you like about the teachers?
“They are helpful and kind.”

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What is your favourite subject and why?
“English because I love writing stories and poems.”

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What is the best thing you have done in school?
“I love the school trips and when we go to the church to sing.”

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What is the best thing you have done in school?
“The best thing I’ve done at school was going to William’s Den and building my own den.”

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