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21/11/18

Year 6 solving a challenging Math’s problem. https://t.co/EskN2hDQUq

21/11/18

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Transforming a library with floor to ceiling book characters has heralded the start of a literacy push at a primary school. is pulling out all the stops to ensure children have a love of books and read as much as possible. Full story - https://t.co/QyL1MzHoZN https://t.co/U4Xgfu4hoU

16/11/18

Cooks Spinney were winners of their group and went on to win the tournament. They are through to the county final after Christmas! They really enjoyed the tournament and were getting better with each game that they played. They can't wait to play in the finals. https://t.co/y6l6uxDU0Q

16/11/18

And not forgetting our Nursery children who have dressed up for today https://t.co/TmzsKCxx7R

15/11/18

Year 6 Sparrowhawks with their WW2 homework projects. https://t.co/1jRqnXnuhm

15/11/18

Eagles class have learnt about the circulatory system https://t.co/lTDdwTOYDG

13/11/18

Some of the winners of our Stay Safe Online Posters competition. Well done to all https://t.co/mCEMXbq4fe

12/11/18

Sprites and Unicorns enjoyed making and decorating some poppies for Remembrance Day. Both classes made a giant poppy and the children also made one of their own to mark 100 years since the end of WW1. https://t.co/mR0jDZ0cId

12/11/18

Made by the children to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1 https://t.co/UJQE0RA2eH

09/11/18

Students really enjoyed the dodgeball tournament at Mark Hall School today. Unfortunately we didn't win on this occasion but we will be a force to be reckoned with in next year's competition. https://t.co/qkbBls8dOQ

09/11/18

More group pictures from Duxford https://t.co/mruUPdJ3tI

09/11/18

Remembering the Battle of Britain 🇬🇧 https://t.co/Bp109LwFcG

09/11/18

Duxford Wolves! https://t.co/fFlXf7XZ6t

09/11/18

Robin Hood performing for Yrs 1-5 today https://t.co/RJuU1hEHER

09/11/18

Our Year 6 students at Duxford War Museum in Cambridge. https://t.co/Fanvk8xqDl

07/11/18

Today Pixie class have been learning all about Diwali! We created rangoli patterns with rice and have also made our own Diva pots from clay. https://t.co/EWKUKzZ2rx

06/11/18

Year 5 and 6 writers worked with poet and author, Neal Zetter, during a workshop at Freshwater's School. They wrote some fantastic poems, discussed writing techniques and made some new friends across the trust. https://t.co/jg8uCjey9a

06/11/18

Ladybirds have been investigating local habitats. We found living, dead and never been alive creatures. https://t.co/JgghyIAbZM

06/11/18

Well done to our Year 5 students who took part in the Table Tennis tournament on Friday. All students won at least one or two games each which was brilliant and all the students really enjoyed the event.

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School Performance Tables

At Cooks Spinney, our pupils' performance in national assessments has improved consistenly since 2013. Please see below for a summary of our school's progress and attainment figures over the past 3 years. 

Our 2016 KS2 SATs results place us in the top 1000 schools nationally and the top 25% of Primary Schools in Essex. 

For up-to-date information on Cooks Spinney's performance - please click HERE

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Glossary

  • Attainment  - This is the measure of a pupil's ability in comparsion to a national standard

  • Progress - This the measure of a pupil's achievement compared to their starting point.

  • Combined - The measure of pupils achieving the expected standard in all 3 of: Mathematics, reading and writing. 

  • Expected Standard - The standard, set out by the UK government, outlining where a child should be academically for their age.  

  • Good Level of Development (GLD) - A measure used in early years teaching (Reception) to check a child's progress against a number of set criteria. 

Key Stage 2 Attainment

 

Reading

Year

Expected Standard

Higher Standard

2017 71% 14%

2016

88%

33%

 

Year

 

Level 4 + %

Level 5 %

Level 6 %

2015

 

98

48

0

2014

 

78

29

0

 

Writing

Year

Expected Standard

Higher Standard

2017 84% 26%

2016

84%

31%

 

Year

 

Level 4 + %

Level 5 %

Level 6 %

2015

 

78

34

0

2014

 

74

20

0


Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

Year

Expected Standard

Higher Standard

2017 80% 21%

2016

88%

12%

 

Year

 

Level 4 + %

Level 5 %

Level 6 %

2015

 

82

56

0

2014

 

69

0

0


Mathematics

Year

Expected Standard

Higher Standard

2017 82% 9%

2016

94%

29%

 

Year

 

Level 4 + %

Level 5 %

Level 6 %

2015

 

94

42

18

2014

 

74

29

0

 

Combined (Reading, Writing and Maths)

 

Year

Expected Standard

2017

71% 

National Standard = 61%

2016

80% 

National Standard = 53%

 

Year

 

Level 4 + %

Level 5 %

Level 6 %

2015

 

78

28

0

2014

 

61

-

-

 

Key Stage Two Progress

Reading 

2017 - progress measure was + 0.2

2016 – progress measure was + 5.8

 

2 Level Progress %

3 Level Progress %

2015

 

93

55


Writing

2017 - progress measure was + 4.7

2016 – progress measure was + 4.9

 

2 Level Progress %

3 Level Progress %

2015

 

93

32

 

Maths

2017 - progress measure was + 1.0

2016 – progress measure was + 5.1

 

2 Level Progress %

3 Level Progress %

2015

 

98

59

 

Early Years and Year 1 Results

EYFS - GLD (Good Level of Development)

2014

2015

 

2016

2017

48%

62%

 

76%

80%

 

Year 1 Phonics Screening (Pass Rate)

2014

2015

 

2016

2017

84%

87%

 

83%

83%

 

Key Stage 1 Attainment

2014

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

Level 2c +

76%

83%

91%

Level 2b +

64%

59%

71%

Level 2a +

40%

31%

48%

Level 3

19%

3%

9%

 

2015

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

Level 2c +

89%

86%

92%

Level 2b +

70%

69%

72%

Level 2a +

42%

35%

43%

Level 3

18%

10%

14%

 

2016

2016

Reading

Writing

Maths

Expected

75%

65%

71%

 

All results above new national standard for new National Curriculum.

2017

Reading - 79%

Writing - 75%

Maths - 82% 

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