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Performance Information


Sufficient Progress:

This refers to the progress children are expected to make from the end of KS1 (Year 2) to the end of KS2 (Year 6).

The DFE has stated that for children to be making sufficient progress, the average progress scores should be at least -5 for reading, -7 for writing and -5 for maths.

The closer to 0 the progress scores are, the closer the children are to achieving the average progress made nationally. Positive progress scores therefore indicate children have made better than average progress. 


This is a measure of where the children are in terms of age related expectations by the end of Year 6.

Standardised scores of 100+ indicate the children are working at or above the age related expectations. Scores of 110+ indicate children are working at a higher level than is expected for their age range.

KS2 OUtcomes 2019

KS2 outcomes 2018


Due to Lane End Primary School growing in popularity in recent years, mobility within the school is higher than found nationally. This means that a higher than normal number of pupils enter the school throughout the school year.

Although this is a lovely sign of confidence from the local and wider community, mobility needs to be taken into account when comparing outcomes for the school with others whose cohorts are less mobile.

Any school is limited with the impact it can have on children's progress who are with them for a maximum of two terms prior to the Year 6 SATs taking place, compared to children that have been with the school for at least two years.

22% of the final Year 6 cohort entered the school throughout the academic year 2017/2018.

As a result, the outcomes have been analysed with, and without the additional children who entered in Year 6 to help demonstrate a fairer, more informed comparison.

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