Anston Park Infant School

Anston Park Infant School

Part of White Woods Primary Academy Trust

Park Avenue, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S25 4BT

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01909 550011

School Performance Data 2018

COMPARATIVE REPORT

This table shows a summary of the National Curriculum assessment results of pupils in the school (2018) and nationally (2017) at the end of Key Stage 1, as a percentage of those eligible for assessment.

BLW PKF WTS EXS GDS D A
Reading Boys School 0 9 20 46 26 0 0
National 3 6 20 50 22 0 0
Girls School 0 3 5 41 51 0 0
National 1 3 15 51 29 0 0
All School 0 6 13 43 39 0 0
National 2 4 17 50 25 0 0
Writing Boys School 0 11 20 54 14 0 0
National 3 6 29 50 11 0 0
Girls School 0 3 5 59 32 0 0
National 1 3 20 55 20 0 0
All School 0 7 13 57 24 0 0
National 2 5 24 53 16 0 0
Mathematics Boys School 0 6 17 40 37 0 0
National 3 5 18 52 22 0 0
Girls School 0 0 11 57 32 0 0
National 1 3 19 58 19 0 0
All School 0 3 14 49 35 0 0
National 2 4 19 55 21 0 0
HNM EXS D A
Science Boys School - - 11 89 - 0 0
National - - 19 80 - 0 0
Girls School - - 5 95 - 0 0
National - - 15 85 - 0 0
All School - - 8 92 - 0 0
National - - 17 83 - 0 0

The number of eligible children is: 72   Figures may not total 100 per cent because of rounding.

National figures include all schools with pupils eligible for assessment at key stage 1.  Participation by independent schools is voluntary, therefore only includes results from those independent schools which chose to make a return and which met the statutory standards for assessment and moderation.

Key to Teacher Assessment Results:

Note: not all results are valid for all Areas of Learning

GDS is awarded if the pupil is working at greater depth at the expected standard.

EXS is awarded if the pupil is working at the expected standard.

WTS is awarded if the pupil is working towards the expected standard.

HNM is awarded if the pupil has not met the standard (Science only).

PKF is awarded if the pupil is working at foundations for the expected standard.

BLW is awarded if the pupil is below the standard of the tests.*

A is awarded if the pupil was absent.

D is awarded if the pupil is disapplied in Reading, Writing, Mathematics or Science.