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Data

Hillcrest is a school in which all achievements are celebrated.  Our pupils and staff work extremely hard to fulfil their potential.

Please see below for summaries of our pupils' fantastic achievements (rounded to the nearest whole number).

SUMMARY FOR HILLCREST PUPILS JULY 2022:

      2022 (gap due to Covid) 2019 2018

2017

 

 

 

Pupils who reached the expected standard or above in Reading (test result)

86%

(74% Nationally)

80% 68%

78%

 

 

Pupils who reached the higher level of attainment in Reading

35%

 

27%

 

21%

32%

 

 

 

Pupils who reached the expected standard or above in GPS (Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling)

87%

(72% Nationally)

90% 83% 78%

 

 

 

Pupils who reached the higher level of attainment in in GPS (Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling)

36%

43%

 

32% 48%

 

 

 

Pupils who reached the expected standard or above in Writing (Teacher Assessment)

81%

(69% Nationally)

83% 79%

83%

 

 

Pupils who reached the higher level of attainment in Writing

15%

28%

 

28%

27%

 

 

 

Pupils who reached the expected standard or above in Maths (test result)

86%

(71% Nationally)

88% 74%

85% 

 

 

Pupils who reached the higher level of attainment in Maths

34%

37%

 

25%

31%

 

 

 

Pupils who reached the expected standard or above in Reading, Writing & Maths

77%

(59% Nationally)

77%

 

57% 73%

 

 

 

Pupils who reached the higher level of attainment in Reading, Writing & Maths

10%

12%

 

15% 12%
    2022 (gap due to Covid) 2019 2018 2017
 

SCALED SCORES are a standardised indication to show how well a pupil has performed
100 is the expected scaled score, so anything higher than this is above the expected standard.

 

 

Average Scaled Score in Reading

106

(105

 Nationally)

104 103

106

 

 

Average Scaled Score in GPS (Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling)

107

 

(105

 Nationally)

107 106

109

 

 

Average Scaled Score in Maths

106

(104

 Nationally)

106 104

106

 

Schools must achieve sufficient PROGRESS scores in all three subjects. The government calculate a progress measure for each pupil and an average is assigned to a school for each subject.  A score of 0, indicates the expected level of progress.  However, the minimum standard set by the government was:  -5 in Reading, -5 in Maths and -7 in Writing. 

 

Average Progress Score for Reading

N/A due to Covid

-0.19

-1.78

-0.6

 

Average 

Progress Score for Writing

N/A due to Covid

1.25

0.61

0.61

 

Average Progress Score for Maths

N/A due to Covid

1.41

-0.88

0.67

KEY STAGE 2 - THREE-YEAR AVERAGE

Results vary, year-on-year, depending on each cohort. The information below gives a three-year average; comparing Hillcrest's results with the Local Authority and National data. As you can see, Hillcrest performs consistently in-line or above National averages. Data for 2021-2022 is not yet available.

 

 

Data for previous years can be viewed on the Department for Education’s performance website.

This School and College Performance Tables website will also give you access to the school’s facts and figures and allows you to compare it with other schools.