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Mr. Stephen Barker, Headteacher, St. Pancras Catholic Primary School, Stratford Road, Ipswich. IP1 6EF.

Telephone: 01473 742074. Email: ad.st.pancras.p@talk21.com.

The School Office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.

 

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How well are pupils doing at Early Years Foundation Stage?

 

63% of St. Pancras pupils achieved a Good Level of Development against a national average of 66%.

 

​​​​​​​How well is the school doing in the Year 1 phonics check?

 

93% of St. Pancras pupils achieved the expected standard against 81% nationally.

86% of boys achieved the standard. 100% of girls achieved the standard.

 

​​​​​​​How do the 2016 phonics results compare with previous years?

 

The school has achieved five successive improvements.

In 2014 the school’s figure was 83% against a national 74%.

In 2015 the school’s figure was 90% against a national 77%.

 

​​​​​​​How well do the Year 2 catch up pupils do in the Year 1 phonics check?

 

75% of the St. Pancras Year 1 2015 cohort who did not achieve the phonics standard in Year1 achieved the standard in Year 2. This compares with 64% nationally.

 

​​​​​​​How well is the school doing in reading at KS1?

 

73% of St. Pancras pupils achieved the expected standard in reading against 74% nationally. 33% achieved the greater depth standard compared with 24% nationally.

 

In terms of progress from EYFS:

50% of emerging pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, above the 36% national figure.

69% of expected pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, below the 85% national figure.

100% of exceeding pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, in line with the 99% national figure.

 

How well is the school doing in writing at KS1?

 

60% of St. Pancras pupils achieved the expected standard in writing against 65% nationally. 17% achieved the greater depth standard compared with 13% nationally.

 

In terms of progress from EYFS:

30% of emerging pupils achieved the expected standard in writing, in line with the 30% national figure.

62% of expected pupils achieved the expected standard in writing, below the 82% national figure.

100% of exceeding pupils achieved the expected standard in writing, in line with the 98% national figure.

 

How well is the school doing in mathematics at KS1?

 

73% of St. Pancras pupils achieved the expected standard in mathematics against 73% nationally. 33% achieved the greater depth standard compared with 18% nationally.

 

In terms of progress from EYFS:

33% of emerging pupils achieved the expected standard in mathematics, below the 36% national figure.

100% of expected pupils achieved the expected standard in mathematics, above the 86% national figure.

100% of exceeding pupils achieved the expected standard in mathematics, in line with the 99% national figure.

 

How well is the school doing in science at KS1?

 

83% of St. Pancras pupils achieved the expected standard in science against 82% nationally.

 

In terms of progress from EYFS:

56% of emerging pupils achieved the expected standard in science, above the 47% national figure.

95% of expected pupils achieved the expected standard in science, above the 88% national figure.​​​​​​​

 

How well is the school doing in reading at KS2?

 

80% of St. Pancras pupils overall achieved the expected standard against 66% nationally. 30% of St. Pancras pupils achieved the higher standard against 19% nationally. The school’s average scaled score was 105.1 against a national figure of 102.6.

 

Against a national progress benchmark of 0, the school scored +2.22. This means that, overall, pupils at the end of KS2 made more progress from the end of KS1 than their national peers.

 

Lower attainers at KS1 made significantly better progress than all pupils nationally – at +9.75. This ranked them at the 6th percentile. 50% of St. Pancras lower attainers at KS1 made the expected standard (17% nationally). 17% of St. Pancras lower attainers at KS1 made the higher attainment category (1% nationally).

 

Middle attainers at KS1 made less progress than their national peers – at -0.39. However, 75% of St. Pancras middle attainers at KS1 made the expected standard (63% nationally). 17% of St. Pancras middle attainers at KS1 made the higher attainment category (10% nationally).

 

Higher attainers at KS1 made more progress than their national peers – at +1.63. 100% of St. Pancras higher attainers at KS1 made the expected standard (95% nationally). 55% of St. Pancras higher attainers at KS1 made the higher attainment category (46% nationally).​​​​​​​

 

How well is the school doing in writing at KS2?

 

57% of St. Pancras pupils overall achieved the expected standard against 74% nationally. 17% of St. Pancras pupils achieved the higher standard against 15% nationally.

 

There was no average scaled score.

 

Against a national progress benchmark of 0, the school scored -2.37. This means that, overall, pupils at the end of KS2 made less progress from the end of KS1 than their national peers.

 

Lower attainers at KS1 made less progress than their national peers – at -1.28. 0% of St. Pancras lower attainers at KS1 made the expected standard (20% nationally). 0% of St. Pancras lower attainers made the higher attainment category (0% nationally).

 

Middle attainers at KS1 made significantly less progress than their national peers – at -6.16. Middle attainers at the end of KS1 made significantly less progress across KS2 than all pupils nationally and rank at the 96th percentile. 42% of St. Pancras middle attainers at KS1 made the expected standard (76% nationally). 0% of St. Pancras middle attainers made the higher attainment category (6% nationally).

 

Higher attainers at KS1 made more progress than their national peers – at +1.17. 100% of St. Pancras higher attainers at KS1 made the expected standard (97% nationally). 45% of St. Pancras higher attainers made the higher attainment category (39% nationally).​​​​​​​

 

How well is the school doing in mathematics at KS2?

 

77% of St. Pancras pupils overall achieved the expected standard against 70% nationally. 13% of St. Pancras pupils achieved the higher standard against 17% nationally. The school’s average scaled score was 102.7 against a national figure of 103.0.

 

Against a national progress benchmark of 0, the school scored +0.28. This means that, overall, pupils at the end of KS2 made more progress from the end of KS1 than their national peers.

 

Lower attainers at KS1 made significantly better progress than all pupils nationally – at +4.44. 17% of St. Pancras lower attainers at KS1 made the expected standard (19% nationally). 0% of St. Pancras lower attainers made the higher attainment category (1% nationally).

 

Middle attainers at KS1 made less progress than their national peers – at -1.38. 92% of St. Pancras middle attainers at KS1 made the expected standard (68% nationally). 0% of St. Pancras middle attainers made the higher attainment category (7% nationally).

 

Higher attainers at KS1 made less progress than their national peers – at –0.18. 91% of St. Pancras higher attainers at KS1 made the expected standard (97% nationally). 36% of St. Pancras higher attainers made the higher attainment category (43% nationally).​​​​​​​

 

How well is the school doing in reading, writing and mathematics combined at KS2?

 

50% attained the expected standard against 53% nationally. 10% of St. Pancras pupils attained the higher standard; 5% across the country as a whole.

 

0% of lower attainers at the end of KS1 achieved the expected standard (6% nationally). 33% of middle attainers at the end of KS1 achieved the expected standard (46% nationally). 91% of higher attainers at the end of KS1 achieved the expected standard (91% nationally).

 

0% of middle attainers at the end of KS1 achieved the higher standard (1% nationally). 27% of higher attainers at the end of KS1 achieved the expected standard (17% nationally).​​​​​​​

 

How well is the school doing in grammar, punctuation and spelling at KS2?

 

70% of St. Pancras pupils achieved the expected standard in GPS against 72% nationally. 23% achieved the high scaled score against a national figure of 22%. The school’s average scaled score was 103.2 (national: 104.0).

 

0% of lower attainers at the end of KS1 made the expected standard in GPS against 17% nationally. 75% of middle attainers at the end of KS1 made the expected standard against 73% nationally. 100% of higher attainers at the end of KS1 made the expected standard against 98% nationally.

 

0% of lower attainers at the end of KS1 made the higher standard in GPS against 1% nationally. 8% of middle attainers at the end of KS1 made the higher standard against 12% nationally. 55% of higher attainers at the end of KS1 made the expected standard against 55% nationally.​​​​​​​

 

How well is the school doing in science at KS2

 

80% of St. Pancras pupils achieved the expected standard in science against 81% nationally.

 

17% of lower attainers at the end of KS1 made the expected standard in science against 29% nationally. 92% of middle attainers at the end of KS1 made the expected standard against 84% nationally. 100% of higher attainers at the end of KS1 made the expected standard against 99% nationally.

 

 

 

 

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