# Achievements - Singlegate

## Here you can view a list of Achievements. Click links to navigate to the relevant section.

#### Test Results

Our results for 2015-16 were as follows |
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Subject | Working Below the Expected Standard | Working towards the Expected Standard | Working at the Expected Standard | Working at Greater Depth |
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Mathematics | 1/30 = 3% | 3/30 = 10% | 26/30 = 87% | 9/30 = 30% |

Reading | 1/30 = 3% | 5/30 = 17% | 24/30 = 80% | 9/30 = 30% |

Grammar | 5/30 = 17% | 25/30 = 83% | ||

Teacher Assessment | Below | Developing | Secure+ | Exceeding |

Writing | 1/30 = 3% | 8/30 = 27% | 21/30 = 70% | 2/30 = 7% |

`Percentage of children who achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and Mathematics (combined): 67%`

`Percentage of children working at greater depth in reading, writing and Mathematics (combined): 3% (1/30)`

#### Average scaled point scores

The average scaled point score for reading at Singlegate Primary School is 106.5. This is above the National average scaled score of 103.

The average scaled point score for Mathematics at Singlegate Primary School is 106.1. This is above the National average scaled score of 103.

The average scaled point score for English Grammar, Punctuation, Vocabulary and Spelling at Singlegate Primary School is 108. This is above the National average scaled score of 104.

#### Average Progress Scores

The average progress score for reading at Singlegate Primary School is 0.6.

The average progress score for writing at Singlegate Primary School is -3.7.

The average progress score for Mathematics at Singlegate Primary School is 0.2.

`Singlegate Primary School is above the floor standard for progress and attainment for the period 2015-2016.`

#### National Statistics

- percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics - 53%
- percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading - 66%
- percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in writing - 74%
- percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in mathematics - 70%
- percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling - 72%
- average scaled score in reading ? 103
- average scaled score in mathematics ? 103
- average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling ? 104

#### Floor Standard

A school is considered to be above the floor if:

- 65%+ of children meet the expected standard in English reading, English writing and Mathematics OR
- the school achieves progress scores in all three subjects. These must be at least -5 for English reading, -5 for Mathematics and -7 for English writing

`Singlegate Primary School is above the floor standard for progress and attainment for the period 2015-2016.`