Hadrian School Assessment Results

At Hadrian School our children do not sit SATs however we do closely monitor their progress and attainment. All children are assessed three times each year in October, February and May and the May assessment results are input into the Local Authority Tracking system.

The following data is based on 119 pupils with previous baseline assessment data for when Hadrian School set challenging targets (2015-16).

Hadrian School whole school assessment results for English for 2017.

Speaking – 90% of pupils made expected progress

Listening – 90% of pupils made expected progress

Reading – 82% of pupils made expected progress

Writing – 84% of pupils made expected progress

 

Hadrian School whole school assessment results for Maths for 2017.

Using & Applying – 91% of pupils made expected progress

Number – 89% of pupils made expected progress

Measures, Shape & Space – 88% of pupils made expected progress

 

Hadrian School whole school assessment results for Science for 2017.

Scientific Enquiry – 91% of pupils made expected progress

Life Processes – 93% of pupils made expected progress

Materials – 90% of pupils made expected progress

Physical Science – 92% of pupils made expected progress

 

Out of the cohort of 12 pupils who were assessed at Hadrian School at the end of Key Stage 1 in May 2013 and then again at the end of Key Stage 2 in 2017 the following table shows the percentages of pupils who improved by 2 or more levels.

% making 2 levels of progress over the Key Stage

Reading – 67%

Writing – 50%

Maths – 75%

Click on this link to view the Department for Education document ‘Special Educational Needs: an analysis and summary of data sources’.