Performance Data

Perfomance Data 2017 – 2018

Early Years Foundation Stage Good Level of Development
St John the Divine 81%
Lambeth 72%
National 71%
Phonics Working at or above the expected standard
St John the Divine 86%
Lambeth 85%
National 82%

Key Stage One

Reading

Writing

Maths

Science

Reading writing and Maths combined

St John the Divine

87%

87%

87%

91%

78%

Lambeth

79%

74%

79%

86%

70%

National

75%

70%

76%

82%

64%

Key Stage Two

Reading

Writing

Maths

Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation

Science

Reading writing and Maths combined

St John the Divine*

78%

78%

78%

72%

83%

78%

Lambeth

78%

82%

80%

83%

69%

National

75%

78%

76%

78%

64%

  *This Data includes all children in Year Six, however only 14/18 children took part in the tests

How is children’s performance measured?

Currently, children are formally assessed at different times during their primary education. At the end of the Early Years Foundations Stage (EYFS) children are assessed to establish whether or not they have made a Good Level of Development (GLD).

Children in Year 1 are screened to assess their phonological awareness – the children are asked to read 40 words, made up of real and alien words. The pass mark, to achieve the expected standard, was 32 out of 40.

At the End of Key Stage One (in Year 2) children are currently assessed in maths, reading and writing and at the end of Key Stage Two, children sit SATs tests in Reading, Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation and Maths; writing is measured by Teacher Assessment.