Jubilee Wood Primary School

Caring, Developing and Learning Together

01908 257810

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Fishermead Boulevard, Milton Keynes,
Buckinghamshire, MK6 2LB

SCHOOL RESULTS

This information below is based on May & June 2019, approaching 18 months ago.  There were no statutory assessments undertaken in England in 2020 so the data below is the most recent.  Parents and any other visitors to this site should be aware that, approaching two years after the tests below were taken, Jubilee Wood now has far higher standards and rates of academic progress than previously, and expects to be in-line with the national average for all yeargroups in the summer of 2021.  This prediction is based on tests we have conducted with the children we have with us now in statutory yeargroups and on what those children are currently achieving in books.  A new curriculum launched in the summer of 2020 is having a major impact on standards at Jubilee Wood and allowing our children to achieve to new heights.

Early Years Foundation Stage Profile June 2019

Number of children eligible for EYFS Assessments: 55

Overall 66% achieved a good level of development (GLD) 

Y1 Phonics Screening Test June 2019

66% of Y1 passed the phonics screening test

KS1 Results May 2019

Number of children eligible for Y2 Assessments: 45

67% of Y2 were working at the expected standard in reading

62% of Y2 were working at the expected standard in writing

64% of Y2 were working at the expected standard in maths

73% of Y2 were working at the expected standard in science

 

KS2 Results May 2019

Number of children eligible for the SATs: 97

Percentage of children attaining the expected standard in all of reading, writing and mathematics combined: 41%

Percentage attaining the expected standard in individual subjects:

Reading = 51%      (12% at greater depth)

Writing = 61%   (7% at greater depth)

Mathematics = 57%   (5% at greater depth)

Spelling/Grammar = 56%    (15% at greater depth)

Average Scaled Score across Y6:

Reading= 99.9  

Mathematics = 99.9  

Spelling/Grammar = 101.2

Progress measures from KS1:

Reading= -3.26     

Writing = -1.98

Mathematics= -3.87 

 

 

You can view the Department for Education information on our school and performance by clicking here