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Results

Brooklands recently received congratulations from the Department for Education for our Key Stage 2 results. Tim Coulson, Regional Schools Commisioner wrote ‘I was very pleased to see the school’s provisional Key Stage 2 results for this Summer. Everyone is aware of the higher demands of the tests than in previous years and it was impressive how well and quickly your staff have adapted and taught children to the standards required.’

Brooklands has been given the top-rating from the Local Authority based on our 2016 results in Early Years, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. This annual rating helps the Local Authority to identify good practice in schools and stand as a beacon to other schools wishing to learn from our best practice.

Our children's academic progress, although by no means our only indicator of success, demonstrates that are children achieve well when we compare our results with national figures.

We believe our pupils are well prepared for their next learning steps.

We track our children's progress carefully to ensure that our children develop their full potential. This process involves children and parents, ensuring pupils develop a sense of responsibility and ownership around their achievements.

To view our most recent Ofsted report please click here.
To view our school performance tables click here.

Results Tables

Early Years Foundation Stage:

Good Level of Development

Year

School

National

2013

57%

52%

2014

57%

60%

2015

70%

66%

2016 74% 69%
2017 76% 71%

Year 1 Phonics:

Working at expected level for Y1 Phonics

Year

School

National

2013

62%

69%

2014

93%

74%

2015

93%

77%

2016 97% 81%
2017 88% 81%

Key Stage 1 Teacher Assessment Results:

2014:

 

Level  2 or above

Level 2B or above

Level 3 or above

 

School

National

School

National

School

National

Reading

97%

90%

90%

81%

40%

31%

Writing

90%

86%

80%

70%

30%

16%

Mathematics

97%

92%

87%

80%

30%

24%

2015:

 

Level  2 or above

Level 2B or above

Level 3 or above

 

School

National

School

National

School

National

Reading

97%

91%

90%

82%

31%

32%

Writing

90%

88%

73%

72%

21%

18%

Mathematics

97%

93%

90%

82%

24%

26%

2016:

 

 

Expected Standard

Greater Depth

 

 

 

School

National

School

National

Reading

 

 

76%

74%

24%

24%

Writing

 

 

72%

65%

10%

13%

Mathematics

 

 

76%

73%

17%

18%

2017:

 

 

Expected Standard

Greater Depth

 

 

 

School

National

School

National

Reading

 

 

86%

76%

29%

25%

Writing

 

 

75%

68%

18%

16%

Mathematics

 

 

86%

75%

21%

21%

Key Stage 2 Results:

2014:

 

School

National

Reading, Writing and Maths Level 4+

97%

79%

Reading Level 5+

61%

49%

Writing Level 5+

53%

33%

Mathematics Level 5+

39%

42%

Reading 2 Levels progress

91%

91%

Writing 2 Levels progress

97%

93%

Mathematics 2 Levels progress

100%

89%

Reading 3 Levels progress

43%

35%

Writing 3 Levels progress

40%

33%

Mathematics 3 Levels progress

27%

35%

2015:

 

School

National

Reading, Writing and Maths Level 4+

97%

80%

Reading Level 5+

52%

48%

Writing Level 5+

48%

36%

Mathematics Level 5+

52%

42%

Reading 2 Levels progress

100%

91%

Writing 2 Levels progress

100%

94%

Mathematics 2 Levels progress

94%

90%

Reading 3 Levels progress

19%

33%

Writing 3 Levels progress

35%

36%

Mathematics 3 Levels progress

42%

34%

 

2016:

 

School

National

Achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics

76%

53%

Achieving a high score in reading, writing and mathematics 10% 5%

Achieving the expected standard in reading

83%

66%

Achieving a high standard in reading 31% 19%

Achieving the expected standard in writing

86%

74%

Working at great depth within expected standard in writing 28% 15%

Achieving the expected standard in mathematics

93%

70%

Achieving a high standard in mathematics 31% 17%

Achieving the expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling

93%

72%

Achieving a high standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling 34% 23%

Average scaled score in reading

105

103

Average scaled score in mathematics

106

103

Average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling

107

104

Reading progress score* 2.3 - 0.8 (Suffolk)
Writing progress score* 2.2 - 0.9 (Suffolk)
Mathematics progress score* 2.9 - 1.3 (Suffolk)

2017:

 

School

National

Achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics

67%

61%

Achieving a high score in reading, writing and mathematics 21% 9%

Achieving the expected standard in reading

79%

71%

Achieving a high standard in reading 38% 25%

Achieving the expected standard in writing

88%

76%

Working at great depth within expected standard in writing 29% 18%

Achieving the expected standard in mathematics

83%

75%

Achieving a high standard in mathematics 38% 23%

Achieving the expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling

88%

77%

Achieving a high standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling 46% 31%

Average scaled score in reading

107

104

Average scaled score in mathematics

106

104

Average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling

109

106

Reading progress score*    
Writing progress score*    
Mathematics progress score*    

 

* Interpreting progress scores: Progress scores will be centred around 0, with most schools within the range of -5 to +5.  A score of 0 means pupils in this school on average do about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.  A positive score means pupils in this school on average do better at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.  A negative score means pupils in this school on average do worse at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.