2. Increase in school performance (performance rates)
High increase in the score in La Paz Primary School (highly deprived area, Albacete):
Increase of the scores in all subjects in standardised tests in one academic year (9 year old pupils).
Increase the scores in mathematics from 1 to 3 (out of 5) in the standardised tests.
Increase the scores in cultural and artistic skills, social and citizenship skills, learning to learn, autonomy, and emotional skills from 2 to 3 (out of 5) in the standardised tests.
The percentage of children perceiving that they had improved "very much" in mathematics increased from 63.89% to 94.59% from 2006-2007 to 2009-2010.
Increase of the scores in a school with high rates of migrant students:
Increase in the percentage of students who pass the official exam on reading skills: from 17% to 85% in 5 years (2001-2006).
The school has scored above the average grade at the regional standardized test on language skills in English (2010-2011).
100% of students pass the listening skills exam (2010-2011).
High increase of the scores in a school with high rates in Roma student population (Catalonia):
Increase of a 58,95% in the percentage of students who achieve read and write skills in pre-primary education (5 years old) in 2012-2013.
Increase of the scores in Alberich i Cases Primary School (Middle-Class Schools):
Score above the average grade at the regional standardized test overpassing by 4.9% the results in Catalan language, by 6.5% in Spanish language and by 4.8% in mathematics.
The average of 6th grade students obtain 92.7 points in the standardised tests in mathematics in the 2011-2012 academic year. In the same period the students with special educational needs are increased by 11% and foreign students in a 10%.
In 2010, all students completed the initial and advanced cycle and 98% of students completed successfully the intermediate stage.
Increase of the scores in a Rural school, North of Spain (in Castroverde Pre-school and Primary School):
The school has scored above the average grade at the regional standardized test both in primary education and secondary education in 2011and 2012 academic years.