EARLY YEARS FOUNDATION STAGE ATTAINMENT DATA – 2021-2022
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 outcomes of assessments for next schools at 4+ and 7+ show that the curriculum is appropriately challenging to enable all children to succeed.
Despite our non-selection policy, pupils continue to exceed National Averages in all areas of the EYFS. Our 2021-22 cohort, performed 18.6% higher than other children nationally with 82% of pupils achieving at least the expected level at the end of Reception.
Having exceeded expectations within the EYFS, the cohort have also been assessed against the outcomes in Year 1. 95% of the cohort are also meeting the Year 1 expectations within Reading, Writing and Science. 91% of the cohort are also achieving the Year 1 expectations in Maths a year ahead of national expectations and 86% of pupils are meeting expectations in Year 1 in History.
PHONICS SCREENING CHECK 2021-2022
At the end of Year 1, State Funded Schools are required to carry out the Phonics’ screening check for all children. The Mulberry House School carries this check out a year earlier at the end of Reception, in our Prep I class.
Nationally, at the end of Year 1, 82% of children are reaching the screening threshold. In comparison, an average of 95% of Mulberry House Reception aged children are meeting the screening threshold a year ahead of target. With 100% of Mulberry House School Boys achieving the target and 90% of girls.
Nationally, 13% of children achieve 100% in the Phonics screening check. In comparison 32% of Mulberry House Reception aged children achieved 100% a year ahead of target.
EYFS LAMDA RESULTS 2021-2022
Each year, The Mulberry House School carries out a LAMDA program with its Nursery class. In 2022, 100% of pupils passed the examinations with 42% of pupils achieving a Merit grade and 58% of pupils achieving a Distinction grade. In 2022, 60% of pupils scored at least 80% in their Solo Introductory Stage 1 Graded Examination, awarding them with a distinction.