Performance Tables

School Information

Key Stage 2 Achievement

Figures for 2018 - Reading, Writing & Maths
Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing & maths
The Forest View Academy72%
England Average64%
Local authority average65%
Percentage of pupils achieving a higher standard in reading, writing & maths
The Forest View Academy2%
Local Authority Average9%

Percentage of Children Achieving Expected Standard

In Reading, Writing and Maths

The table opposite shows the percentage of pupils at The Forest View Academy who have achieved performance levels in reading, writing and maths in comparison to the National Expected Standard.

It also shows attainment levels in comparison to the average in schools within Nottinghamshire Local Authority and in comparison to the average National Level achieved in 2018 for Key Stage 2. These are the most important measures used to monitor school performance.

Average Scaled Score in Reading

Figures for 2018 - Reading
The Forest View Academy103
Local Authority Average105
England average105
The expected level is 100

Average Scaled Score

In Reading

The table opposite shows the average scaled score at The Forest View Academy in reading, in comparison to the National Expected Standard. The scaled score is out of 120.

It also shows attainment levels in comparison to the average in schools within Nottinghamshire Local Authority and in comparison to the average National Level achieved in 2018 for Key Stage 2.

Average Scaled Score in Maths

Figures for 2018 - Maths
The Forest View Academy104
Local Authority Average104
England Average104
The National Expected Level is 100

Average Scaled Score

Maths

The table opposite shows the average scaled score at The Forest View Academy in maths, in comparison to the National Expected Standard. The scaled score is out of 120.

It also shows attainment levels in comparison to the average in schools within Nottinghamshire Local Authority and in comparison to the average National Level achieved in 2018 for Key Stage 2. These are the most important measures used to monitor school performance.

Average Points Progress

Figures for 2018
Average progress in reading0.5
Average progress in writing1.2
Average progress in maths1.7

Average Score

Progress

Progress scores are not directly comparable between years because of changes in the distribution of scores. This means we have to adjust the thresholds for the progress bandings each year. However, a change in a school’s progress banding is indicative of a change in its performance. For example, a school that had a progress banding of ‘average’ in 2016 and ‘above average’ in 2017 is likely to have improved the progress made with its pupils.

Our progress in Reading and Writing is average and above average for Maths.