The % of pupils who attained Level 2 or above in the Key Stage 1 writing assessment is very low.
I know DD is included in these figures, and the school marked her particularly low to ensure she received intervention from IDS because of her dyslexia. (Apparently on a stellar day she could have been graded as a low level 3, rather than a high level 1).
I can't help thinking the school have put DD before their results. Which makes me thankful she's at a school which puts the children before published data, skeptical of results, and a little bit sad outsiders will think she's at a rubbish school.
I was being dramatic yesterday when I said the attainment level at KS1 was very low (have now sobered up and looked at other schools!) but a couple of children are a larger percentage in a smaller school than a larger school...if that makes sense.
Merry good point but it's a school which is in a very middle class area (sorry to hijack OP) and some of the reception enter well able to read and write. Others are just bright, well focused and articulate...you'd think this might make a difference to their results but obviously not.