Ofsted & School Performance
Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. Ofsted regulate and inspect schools and colleges to seek improvement in the service. They carry out large number of inspections and regulatory visits in England and publish their finding on their website.
Please see below the data for the academic year 2021-22. We are extremely proud of how well our pupils have achieved, despite 2 years of disturbed education, due to Covid.
Department for Education (Not current)
Many parents are keen to see how we are performing in relation to other schools.
- Key stage 2 progress in reading (2.5) was significantly above national and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019.
- Key stage 2 attainment of the high standard (110+) in reading (44%) was significantly above national and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019.
- Key stage 2 progress in mathematics (2.1) was significantly above national and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019 as well as in 2018.
- Key stage 2 attainment of the expected standard (100+) in mathematics (91%) was significantly above national and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019.
- In 2019, 79% of pupils achieved the key stage 2 expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics, significantly above national and in the highest 20% of all schools.
- In 2019, 55% of pupils achieved the high standard (110+) in the key stage 2 English grammar, punctuation and spelling test, significantly above national and in the highest 20% of all schools.
You can find the School Performance Tables from the DfE by clicking the link below.
Our performance data can be viewed on this page, as well as on the Department for Education website.
Performance Data (2022-2018)
At the end of Key Stage 2, children sit a test in reading, GPS (Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling) and maths. Children are assessed by their class teacher in writing.
The results of the SATs (tests) are reported using a scaled score, where a score of 100 represents the expected standard. The highest possible score is 120 and the lowest is 80.
Children are awarded one of the following Teacher Assessment judgements in writing:
Expected Standard – Working at the expected standard for their age
Greater Depth – Working at greater depth within the expected standard and has a strong understanding of the curriculum
Year 6 pupils were assessed in reading, writing, grammar, punctuation and spelling (GPS) and maths. For further information, please see the Information for parents KS2 leaflet from the Standards and Testing Agency.
|Key Stage 2||Reading||Writing||Maths|
|Average progress scores in reading, writing and maths||2022||n/a||n/a||n/a|
|Average 'scaled scores' in, reading and maths||2022||105||N/A||104|
|Key Stage 2||Reading||Writing||Maths||RWM Combined|
|Percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths||2022||83%||67%||76%||52%|
|Percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment in reading, writing and maths||2022||24%||4%||23%||2%|
KS2 Progress Measures
Department for Education calculate progress measures using a value-added measure from KS1 to KS2. This value-added measure is worked out from the progress made since KS1.
Interpreting Progress Scores
If a school has a progress score of 0 this means that on average their pupils achieved similar results at the end of KS2 (end of year 6) to pupils in other schools with similar results at the end of KS1 (end of year 2).
If a school has a positive progress score this means that on average their pupils made more progress than pupils in other schools with similar results at the end of KS1.
Key Stage One
At the end of KS1 (Yr2), teachers are required to assess each child in the areas of reading, writing and maths. National Curriculum assessment tests are used to support teachers’ judgements.
Easington Colliery’s performance was above the national average in every subject.
|Key Stage 1||Reading||Writing||Maths||Science|
|Percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard||2022||55%||59%||66%||66%|
|Percentage of pupils who achieved greater depth||2022||14%||0%||16%||N/A|
|Phonics Screening Check||Y1|
|percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard (32/40)||2022||51%|
|Early Years Foundation Stage||Good Level of Development (GLD)|
|Percentage of pupils who achieved the good level of development (GLD)||2022||58%|
The system of national curriculum levels has been removed and the new measures are as follows:
Expected Standard – Working at the expected standard for a child at the end of Year 2
Greater Depth – Working at greater depth within the expected standard, with a strong understanding of the curriculum
Check School Performance Tables
You can use performance tables (sometimes known as league tables) to compare schools and colleges in your area. You can check:
- exam and test results
- financial information
- Ofsted reports
You can only see statistics for schools and colleges in England.