Academic Results 2017

These graphs represent the high academic standard achieved at the school. Assessment of children’s work takes place both internally and is externally moderated with other schools. These results and the outcome of assessments for next schools at 4+ and 7+ show that the curriculum is appropriately challenging to enable all children to succeed.

Early Years Foundation Stage – 2016- 17 Results Comparison against National Averages

Despite our non-selection policy, we continue to exceed National Averages in the in all areas of the EYFS. Whilst there have been small fluctuations over the past five years, our 2016-17 cohort performed 28% higher than other children nationally.

Nationally, Reading, Writing and Numbers continue to be the three goals with the lowest percentage meeting or exceeding the Early Learning Goals. However, The MHS cohort achieved 94% in Reading and Writing and 100% in Numbers.

 

Phonics Screening Check

At the end of Year 1, State Funded Schools are required to carry our the Phonics’ screening check for all children. Mulberry House carries this check out a year earlier at the end of Reception.

Nationally, at the end of Year 1, 81% of children are reaching the screening threshold. In comparison, 94% of Mulberry House Reception aged children are meeting the screening threshold a year ahead of target.

Prep III (Key Stage 1) – 2016-17 Results Comparison against National Results

Prep III (Key Stage 1) pupils performed well above the expected National results for attainment.

For Reading the National result is 51% of pupils meeting the expected levels and 25% of pupils exceeding the expected levels. 53% of Mulberry House pupils meet the expected level with 47% exceeding the expected levels.

For Writing, the National result is 52% of pupils meeting the expected levels and 16%  of pupils exceeding the expected levels. 32% of Mulberry House pupils meet the expected level with 62% exceeding the expected levels.

Nationally, writing continues to be an area of improvement.

For Maths, the National result is 54% of pupils meeting the expected levels and 21% of pupils exceeding the expected levels. 21% of Mulberry House pupils meet the expected level with 79% exceeding the expected levels.

Nationally, the trend is for Girls to out-perform boys in all subjects.

The 2016-17 Cohort differed from National trends, with 54% of boys exceeding the expected levels of Reading against 33% of girls.

Again with writing, thew cohort differed from National trends, with 69% of boys exceeding the expected levels of Writing against 33% of girls.

The performance gap in Maths is reversed with 83% of girls exceeding the expected levels against 77% percent of boys.

2015-16 and 2016-17 Comparison Data

The percentage of children meeting or exceeding the expected level for Reading nationally has increased slightly from last year, with a 6% increase in children exceeding the expected levels. Mulberry House has seen an increase of 21% of children exceeding the expected levels in Reading compared to last year. This is 15% above the national increase.

The percentage of children meeting or exceeding the expected level for Writing nationally has increased slightly from last year, with a 7% increase in children exceeding the expected levels. Mulberry House has seen a huge increase of 42% of children exceeding the expected levels in Writing compared to last year.  This is 35% above the national increase.

The percentage of children meeting or exceeding the expected level for Maths nationally has increased slightly from last year, with a 8% increase in children exceeding the expected levels. Mulberry House has seen a huge increase of 42% of children exceeding the expected levels in Maths compared to last year.  This is 34% above the national increase.