Results / Performance

At the end of Reception, the class teacher makes a final judgement, based on going assessments that have been carried out over their time in the Early Years. Using all their evidence, they finally assess each child across seven areas, which are submitted to the Local Authority in June.

 

The Good Level of Development (GLD) is gained by achieving the expected level (2) in the three Prime Areas: Personal, Social, Emotional Development, Physical Development, Communication and Language. They must also achieve expected (2) in Literacy and Numeracy.

Phonics Screening

 

At the end of Year One, children are screened to assess if their level of understanding of Phonics. This is an assessment usually carried out by the class teacher, using a test created by the Standard and Testing Agency.

Key Stage One

 

At the end of Year Two, children undertake several test papers to assess their progress in Reading, Spelling and Grammar and Maths.

 

Class teachers assess the children’s writing using samples from across the year’s work.

 

The teacher then, using ongoing assessment and the test results, will form the children’s assessed level. These levels are then submitted to the Local Authority.

Key Stage Two

 

At the end of Year Six, children undertake several test papers to assess their progress in Reading, Spelling and Grammar and Maths.

 

Class teachers assess the children’s writing using samples from across the year’s work. This is the only score that is submitted to the Local Authority from the class teacher.

Address

 

St. Peter & St Paul

Catholic Primary School

Compton Street

Goswell Road

London

EC1V OEU

Phone

 

T:020 7253 0839

F:020 7336 7226

 

E-mail

 

parentsupport@stpetersandstpauls.islington.sch.uk

 

School hours

 

Monday to Friday

8.30am - 4.30pm