National Statistics

Attainment by pupil characteristics at key stage 1: 2010

Key stage 1 teacher assessments of different pupil characteristics at national and local authority level in the academic year 2009 to 2010.

Documents

Main text: SFR33/2010

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National and local authority tables: SFR33/2010

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Underlying data: SFR33/2010

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Pre-release access list: SFR33/2010

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Detail

Reference ID: SFR33/2010

Publication type: Statistical first release

Publication data: Underlying statistical data

Local Authority data: LA data

Region: England

Release Date: 11 November 2010

Coverage status: Provisional

Publication status: Published

It shows:

  • Girls continue to outperform boys in all 4 elements (reading, writing mathematics and science) at key stage 1, with the biggest differences in reading and writing.
  • Pupils of Indian, Chinese and Mixed White and Asian origin had the highest proportions achieving the expected level in reading, writing and mathematics. In science, a higher proportion of pupils from Mixed White and Asian, Indian and White British backgrounds achieved the expected level than their peers.
  • A higher proportion of pupils whose first language is English achieved the expected level in all 4 elements than pupils for whom English is not their first language.
  • Pupils not eligible for FSM continue to outperform pupils known to be eligible for FSM across all 4 elements. The gap is largest in reading and writing.
  • Pupils with no identified SEN continue to outperform pupils with SEN. The gap is largest in reading and writing.
  • Pupils resident in the least deprived areas, as defined by the Income Deprivation Affecting Children Index (IDACI), continue to outperform pupils resident in the most deprived areas. The gap is largest in writing and smallest in mathematics.

Jonathan Souppouris
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