Southcoates Primary School (URN: 117817, DfE No.: 8102655)

How are pupils doing in assessments? (Attainment)
Reading
In 2014, 72% of pupils attained Level 2 or above in the key stage 1 reading assessment. This is a decrease of 25 percentage points since 2013.
Percentage of pupils who attained Level 2 or above in the key stage 1 reading assessment
National level
In 2014, the school was in the bottom 20% of all schools.
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Writing
In 2014, 59% of pupils attained Level 2 or above in the key stage 1 writing assessment. This is a decrease of 24 percentage points since 2013.
Percentage of pupils who attained Level 2 or above in the key stage 1 writing assessment
National level
In 2014, the school was in the bottom 20% of all schools.
Comparison with other schools
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Mathematics
In 2014, 77% of pupils attained Level 2 or above in the key stage 1 mathematics assessment. This is a decrease of 23 percentage points since 2013.
Percentage of pupils who attained Level 2 or above in the key stage 1 mathematics assessment
National level
In 2014, the school was in the bottom 20% of all schools.
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How good is attendance?
Overall attendance
In 2014, the attendance rate at this school was 95%. The attendance rate has increased by 1.2 percentage points since 2013. The attendance rate is in the bottom 20% of all schools.
Level of attendance at this school
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Closing the gap between disadvantaged and other pupils
Reading
In 2014, 64% of disadvantaged pupils attained Level 2 or above in the key stage 1 reading assessment, while 86% of other pupils attained Level 2 or above.

Percentage of pupils who attained Level 2 or above
Disadvantaged pupils
Other pupils
National level
Writing
In 2014, 48% of disadvantaged pupils attained Level 2 or above in the key stage 1 writing assessment, while 79% of other pupils attained Level 2 or above.

Percentage of pupils who attained Level 2 or above
Disadvantaged pupils
Other pupils
National level
Mathematics
In 2014, 68% of disadvantaged pupils attained Level 2 or above in the key stage 1 mathematics assessment, while 93% of other pupils attained Level 2 or above.

Percentage of pupils who attained Level 2 or above
Disadvantaged pupils
Other pupils
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School context
Contextual data are provided at school level and at year group level for those pupils reflected in the dashboard measures. Quintiles are provided for the latest year of data to enable users to view the school's position when compared nationally. The data presented in this section are taken from the January Schools Census.
2012       2013       2014 Comparing your school to the national picture in 2014

  Number of pupils

School (all pupils) 321 322 331
National average 251 257 263
 
Lowest 4th quintile 3rd quintile 2nd quintile Highest
3 - 134 135 - 208 209 - 264 265 - 394 395 - 1096

Year 2 pupils (KS1) 33 39 40
  % of girls

School (all pupils) 47.4 48.1 49.8
National average 49.0 49.0 49.0
 
Lowest 4th quintile 3rd quintile 2nd quintile Highest
0.0 - 46.1 46.2 - 48.1 48.2 - 49.9 50.0 - 51.9 52.0 - 100.0

Year 2 pupils (KS1) 54.5 53.8 47.5
  % of pupils eligible for Free School Meals (FSM)    

School (all pupils) 60.1 61.4 59.3
National average 26.2 26.7 26.6
 
Lowest 4th quintile 3rd quintile 2nd quintile Highest
0.0 - 9.4 9.5 - 15.8 15.9 - 25.5 25.6 - 41.0 41.1 - 87.8

Year 2 pupils (KS1) 63.6 69.2 65
  % of pupils supported by school action plus or with a statement of SEN

School (all pupils) 10.6 11.2 6.9
National average 7.9 7.7 7.7
 
Lowest 4th quintile 3rd quintile 2nd quintile Highest
0.0 - 4.1 4.2 - 6.0 6.1 - 8.0 8.1 - 11.0 11.1 - 66.7

Year 2 pupils (KS1) 21.2 25.6 37.5
SEN year group data includes school action, school action plus and statement of SEN. These data are not comparable to the school or national level data as they do not include school action pupils.
How are pupils doing in tests and assessments? (Attainment)
English grammar, punctuation and spelling
In 2014, 84% of pupils attained Level 4 or above in the key stage 2 grammar, punctuation and spelling test. This is an increase of 39 percentage points since 2013.
Percentage of pupils who attained Level 4 or above in the key stage 2 grammar, punctuation and spelling test
National level
In 2014, the school's result was in the top 40% of similar schools' results, and in the top 40% of all schools.
Comparison with other schools
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Reading
In 2014, 89% of pupils attained Level 4 or above in the key stage 2 reading test. This is an increase of 25 percentage points since 2013.
Percentage of pupils who attained Level 4 or above in the key stage 2 reading test
National level
In 2014, the school's result was in the middle 20% of similar schools' results, and in the bottom 40% of all schools.
Comparison with other schools
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Writing
In 2014, 95% of pupils attained Level 4 or above in the key stage 2 writing assessment. This is an increase of 21 percentage points since 2013.
Percentage of pupils who attained Level 4 or above in the key stage 2 writing assessment
National level
In 2014, the school's result was in the top 20% of similar schools' results, and in the top 20% of all schools.
Comparison with other schools
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Mathematics
In 2014, 89% of pupils attained Level 4 or above in the key stage 2 mathematics test. This is an increase of 22 percentage points since 2013.
Percentage of pupils who attained Level 4 or above in the key stage 2 mathematics test
National level
In 2014, the school's result was in the top 40% of similar schools' results, and in the middle 20% of all schools.
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Are pupils making progress?
Reading
In 2014, 92% of pupils achieved expected progress in reading. This is an increase of 13 percentage points since 2013.
Percentage of pupils who achieved expected progress in reading
National level
In 2014, the school's result was in the top 40% of similar schools' results, and in the middle 20% of all schools.
Comparison with other schools
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Writing
In 2014, 100% of pupils achieved expected progress in writing. This is an increase of 12 percentage points since 2013.
Percentage of pupils who achieved expected progress in writing
National level
In 2014, the school's result was in the top 20% of similar schools' results, and in the top 20% of all schools.
Comparison with other schools
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Mathematics
In 2014, 94% of pupils achieved expected progress in mathematics. This is an increase of 15 percentage points since 2013.
Percentage of pupils who achieved expected progress in mathematics
National level
In 2014, the school's result was in the top 40% of similar schools' results, and in the middle 20% of all schools.
Comparison with other schools
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How good is attendance?
Overall attendance
In 2014, the attendance rate at this school was 95%. The attendance rate has increased by 1.2 percentage points since 2013. The attendance rate is in the bottom 20% of all schools.
Level of attendance at this school
National level
Comparison with other schools
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Closing the gap between disadvantaged and other pupils
Reading expected progress
In 2014, 88% of disadvantaged pupils achieved expected progress, while 95% of other pupils achieved expected progress.

Percentage of pupils who achieved expected progress
Disadvantaged pupils
Other pupils
National level
Writing expected progress
In 2014, 100% of disadvantaged pupils achieved expected progress, while 100% of other pupils achieved expected progress.

Percentage of pupils who achieved expected progress
Disadvantaged pupils
Other pupils
National level
Mathematics expected progress
In 2014, 94% of disadvantaged pupils achieved expected progress, while 95% of other pupils achieved expected progress.

Percentage of pupils who achieved expected progress
Disadvantaged pupils
Other pupils
National level
English grammar, punctuation and spelling attainment
In 2014, 78% of disadvantaged pupils attained Level 4 or above in the key stage 2 English grammar, punctuation and spelling test and assessment, while 89% of other pupils attained Level 4 or above.

Percentage of pupils who attained Level 4 or above
Disadvantaged pupils
Other pupils
National level
Reading attainment
In 2014, 83% of disadvantaged pupils attained Level 4 or above in the key stage 2 reading test and assessment, while 95% of other pupils attained Level 4 or above.

Percentage of pupils who attained Level 4 or above
Disadvantaged pupils
Other pupils
National level
Writing attainment
In 2014, 89% of disadvantaged pupils attained Level 4 or above in the key stage 2 writing test, while 100% of other pupils attained Level 4 or above.

Percentage of pupils who attained Level 4 or above
Disadvantaged pupils
Other pupils
National level
Mathematics attainment
In 2014, 83% of disadvantaged pupils attained Level 4 or above in the key stage 2 mathematics test, while 95% of other pupils attained Level 4 or above.

Percentage of pupils who attained Level 4 or above
Disadvantaged pupils
Other pupils
National level
School context
Contextual data are provided at school level and at year group level for those pupils reflected in the dashboard measures. Quintiles are provided for the latest year of data to enable users to view the school's position when compared nationally. The data presented in this section are taken from the January Schools Census.
2012       2013       2014 Comparing your school to the national picture in 2014

  Number of pupils

School (all pupils) 321 322 331
National average 251 257 263
 
Lowest 4th quintile 3rd quintile 2nd quintile Highest
3 - 134 135 - 208 209 - 264 265 - 394 395 - 1096

Year 6 pupils (KS2) 47 41 37
  % of girls

School (all pupils) 47.4 48.1 49.8
National average 49.0 49.0 49.0
 
Lowest 4th quintile 3rd quintile 2nd quintile Highest
0.0 - 46.1 46.2 - 48.1 48.2 - 49.9 50.0 - 51.9 52.0 - 100.0

Year 6 pupils (KS2) 38.3 41.5 56.8
  % of pupils eligible for Free School Meals (FSM)    

School (all pupils) 60.1 61.4 59.3
National average 26.2 26.7 26.6
 
Lowest 4th quintile 3rd quintile 2nd quintile Highest
0.0 - 9.4 9.5 - 15.8 15.9 - 25.5 25.6 - 41.0 41.1 - 87.8

Year 6 pupils (KS2) 48.9 58.5 48.6
  % of pupils supported by school action plus or with a statement of SEN

School (all pupils) 10.6 11.2 6.9
National average 7.9 7.7 7.7
 
Lowest 4th quintile 3rd quintile 2nd quintile Highest
0.0 - 4.1 4.2 - 6.0 6.1 - 8.0 8.1 - 11.0 11.1 - 66.7

Year 6 pupils (KS2) 38.3 51.2 8.1
SEN year group data includes school action, school action plus and statement of SEN. These data are not comparable to the school or national level data as they do not include school action pupils.