St Paul’s C of E Primary continues to sustain high pupil outcomes in Early Years, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.

Here at St Paul’s C of E, our results demonstrate that our pupils not only perform higher than National figures, but we have achieved some of the highest overall performance results in York.

Our performance is a key reflection of the quality of education and engaging curriculum we provide at St Paul’s C of E, as well as a commitment to ensuring every child reaches their full potential.

Early Years Foundation Stage

In 2018-2019 at the end of Reception (Early Years Foundation Stage) 77% of our pupils reached a Good Level of Development (GLD), which is above the national figure of 72%.

Key Stage 1

In 2018-2019 at the end of Year 1, 88% of our pupils met the expected standard in phonics, which is above the national figure of 82%.

At the end of Year 2, the following percentage of pupils reached the expected standard in Key Stage 1 assessments:

St Paul’s C of E 2019 National figure 2019
Reading 86% 75%
Writing 75% 69%
Maths 79% 76%

The following percentage of pupils achieved a higher level of attainment:

St Paul’s C of E 2019 National figure 2019
Reading 43% 25%
Writing 21% 15%
Maths 39% 22%

Key Stage 2

In 2018-2019 at the end of Year 6, the following percentage of pupils reached the expected standard in Key Stage 2 assessments:

St Paul’s C of E National figure
Reading 96% 73%
Writing 96% 78%
Maths 96% 79%
Combined 96% 65%

The following percentage of pupils achieved a higher level of attainment:

St Paul’s C of E National figure
Reading 50% 27%
Writing 29% 20%
Maths 38% 27%
Combined 29% 10.5%

Pupils’ results are also converted to ‘scaled scores’ in reading and maths at the end of Key Stage 2. In 2019 our average scaled score was 108.6 in reading and 107.3 in maths, above the expected standard scaled score of 100.

Progress from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2

Progress figures at the end of Key Stage 2 show how much children have improved from Key Stage 1. In 2019, the cohort progress figures were 3.3 in reading, 2.3 in writing and 1.7 in maths. The national average progress score is 0.0 and therefore in 20189, Year 6 made well above average progress in reading and above average progress in writing and maths.

You can see more detail about our Key Stage 2 results in the Department for Education's performance tables.