In 2018, 65% of our pupils achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths, combined (compared with 64% nationally). |
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Reading: 73% meeting expected standards (national: 75%) |

Writing: 74% meeting expected standards (national: 78%) |

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 76% meeting expected standards (national: 77%) |

Maths: 85% meeting expected standards (national: 75%) |

Scaled scores, where 100 is the expected national standard, also show that Birchwood Junior School's pupils fair well and in Maths Birchwood Junior School is above the national average. |
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103 average scaled score in Reading |

101 average scaled score in writing |

105 average scaled score in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling |

105 average scaled score in Maths |

#### Academic Year 2017-2018

Children sitting key stage 2 tests this year were the third cohort to be taught and assessed under the new national curriculum. The expected standard has been raised and the accountability framework for schools has also changed. These changes mean that the expected standard this year is higher and not comparable with the expected standard used in previous year’s statistics.

In 2017, 48% of our pupils achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths, combined (compared with 62% nationally). |
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Reading: 53% meeting expected standards (national: 72%) |

Writing: 60% meeting expected standards (national: 77%) |

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 61% meeting expected standards (national: 78%) |

Maths: 69% meeting expected standards (national: 75%) |

Scaled scores, where 100 is the expected national standard. (there are no scaled scores available for Writing). |
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100 average scaled score in Reading |

102 average scaled score in Maths |

103 average scaled score in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling |

99 average scaled score in Writing. |

#### Academic Year 2016-2017

Children sitting key stage 2 tests this year were the second cohort to be taught and assessed under the new national curriculum. The expected standard has been raised and the accountability framework for schools has also changed. These changes mean that the expected standard this year is higher and not comparable with the expected standard used in previous year’s statistics. It would therefore be incorrect and misleading to make direct comparisons showing changes over time.

In 2016, 63% of our pupils achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths, combined (compared with 53% nationally). |
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Reading: 65% meeting expected standards (national: 66%) |

Writing: 80% meeting expected standards (national: 74%) |

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 72% meeting expected standards (national: 72%) |

Maths: 75% meeting expected standards (national: 70%) |

Scaled scores, where 100 is the expected national standard, also show that Birchwood Junior School's pupils fair well (there are no scaled scores available for Writing). |
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100.6 average scaled score in Reading |

103 average scaled score in Maths |

104 average scaled score in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling |

#### Academic Year 2015-2016

Children sitting key stage 2 tests this year were the first to be taught and assessed under the new national curriculum. The expected standard has been raised and the accountability framework for schools has also changed. These changes mean that the expected standard this year is higher and not comparable with the expected standard used in previous year’s statistics. It would therefore be incorrect and misleading to make direct comparisons showing changes over time.

Level 4: In 2015 74% of children attained Level 4 (or higher) in all three subjects. It is also useful to think about the breakdown between the core subjects of Reading, Writing & Maths. Proportions attaining Level 4 or higher are: |
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Reading: Level 4+ 90% |

Writing: Level 4+ 84% |

Maths: Level 4+ 84% |

Level 5 or Higher: Level 5 is a higher level (broadly speaking most 14 year olds are expected to be working around Level 5 & Level 6). |
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Reading: Level 5+ 37% |

Writing: Level 5+ 29% |

Maths: Level 5+ 31% |

#### Academic Year 2014-2015

One measure the Department for Education uses is the percentage of pupils attaining Level 4 (the broad nationally-expected level for 11 year olds) or more by the end of Year 6 in Reading, Writing & Maths.

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Website Results from the 2016 national curriculum assessments at the end of KS2