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Attainment and Progress

Progress of Pupils at St John’s Middle School

We are very proud of the outstanding progress that our pupils make and the data shown below shows the percentage of pupils making exceptional and expected progress from entry in year 5 to exit in year 8.

St John’s Middle School uses externally benchmarked, moderated and validated assessments to judge the progress pupils make across their four years at the school. Pupils are tested in both English and Maths at the end of each year and on entry into year 5 to provide us with robust and accurate data to measure pupil progress.

The assessments we use have been acknowledged by OFSTED and the DFE for providing quality data in which to make judgements about the progress of pupils in middle schools. This is particularly important to us because the DFE have previously judged middle schools based on the progress from end of year 2 (KS1) to end of year 6 (KS2) which means that 50% of the progress measure relates to years 3 and 4 when pupils are not attending middle school.

We are very proud of the outstanding progress that our pupils make and the data shown below shows the percentage of pupils making exceptional and expected progress from entry in year 5 to exit in year 8.

Maths Progress 2022

Maths

Exceptional Progress %

Expected Progress %

All

88

99

Boys

 88

99

Girls

88

100

Pupil Premium

81

100

SEN

81

100

LA

50

100

High Prior Attainers

90

100

Mid Prior Attainers

84

99

Low Prior Attainers

96

100

High Attaining Disadvantaged

100

100

English Progress 2022

English

Exceptional Progress %

Expected Progress %

All

65

89

Boys

60

82

Girls

71

97

Pupil Premium

78

93

SEN

81

92

LA

100

100

Low Prior Attainers

73

90

Mid Prior Attainers

63

89

HighPrior Attainers

57

87

High Attaining Disadvantaged

68

100