Academic Results 2016

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 – 2015- 16 Results Comparison against National Averages

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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 four years, our 2015-16 cohort performed 31.7% higher than the National Average.

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 100% in Reading and Writing and 93% in Numbers.

 

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Prep III (Key Stage 1) – 2015-16 Results Comparison against National Averages

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

For Reading the National Average is 55.5% meeting the expected standard and 18.5% exceeding the expected standard. Mulberry House pupils achieved 74% meeting and 26% exceeding.

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For Writing, the National Average for Attainment is 57% meeting the required standard.  8% of pupils nationally exceed expected levels.

Mulberry House pupils 74% meet the expected level with a further 26% exceeding.

Nationally, writing continues to be an area of improvement.

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Nationally, Girls out- perform boys in all subjects. Although 100% of pupils are meeting the expected level at MHS, 19% more girls are exceeding the expected level in Reading and Writing than boys.

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The performance gap in Maths is smaller with only 4% more of girls exceeding the expected levels in Maths.

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N.B Due to changes in the way that Key Stage 1 attainment data is collected from the 2015-16 academic year, historic comparison data is not available.