Academy attainment and progress data

Here you will find the attainment and progress data for EYFS, phonics and end of KS1 and KS2 for the academic year 2017-18.


EYFS

There were 39 children in reception.

School GLD National GLD
2016 67% 69%
2017 56% 71%
2018 59%


KS1

Phonics (Year 1)

There were 41 children in year 1.

School National
2016 70% 81%
2017 80% 82%
2018 76%


Year 2

Attainment

There were 43 children in year 2.

School National
Reading 76%
Writing 76%
Maths 69%
Combined 67%




KS2

Attainment

There were 45 children in year 6.


Attainment National Average
Reading 73% 75%
Writing 71% 78%
EGPS (English, Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling) 80% 78%
Maths 76% 76%
Combined 67% 64%


Scaled Scores

The percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard is a combined measure across the three subjects. To be counted towards the measure, a pupil must have a scaled score of 100 or more in reading and a scaled score of 100 or more in mathematics.

Subject Merlin Top Average Bradford Average National Average
Reading 104.6 104 105
Maths 104.4 104 104
EGPS (English, Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling) 105 106 106


Progress

For each subject, schools have been awarded a "score". If a school has a score of zero (0) this means that pupils make progress that is in line with other pupils across the country who had similar starting points. A score above zero (0) means that on average pupils make better progress, below zero (0) means that pupil progress is not as strong on average.

Subject Progress Score National Average
Reading 4.3 0
Writing 1.7 0
Maths 3.8 0

At Merlin Top, pupil's achievements are also recognised for the following:

  • Musical accomplishments- Guitar lessons, Brass instrument lessons, and class music lessons.
  • i-challenge - Successful completion of the book.
  • 100% attendance award t-shirts and end of year trip.
  • Residential stays and visits.
  • Sporting excellence and for representing Merlin Top at tournaments and inter school events.

To see results in more depth visit School Performance Page