School Performance

Attendance

Our most recent attendance figure was 96.3% (2016/17), which is higher than the national average. This figure is due to the school's constant, rigorous drive to ensure that children are punctual and do not take term-time leave. This ensures that they achieve the best possible outcomes.

 

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) results

At the end of Reception Class, children are assessed against a set of 'Early Learning Goals' in the EYFS document, 'Development Matters'. The class teacher assesses each child informally, based on daily observations in class.

School results
2015
2016
2017
2017 National Average
Percentage reaching a 'Good Level of Development'
64%
57%
58%
69%

To reach a 'good level of development', children must meet or exceed the Early Learning Goals in all Prime Areas of learning, as well as Mathematics and Literacy.

 

Year 1 phonics screening test

Children in Year 1 take part in the National Phonics Screening which monitors a child's knowledge of the sounds which letters makes. Each child is assessed by the class teacher in May.

School results
2015
2016
2017
2017 National Average
Percentage passing test
90%
90%
87%
81%


End of Key Stage 1 Assessments

New assessment standards were introduced for children at the end of Key Stage 1 in 2016. These were to reflect the new, more challenging expectations of the National Curriculum (introduced in 2014). Each child is given a test for reading and mathematics. The results of these tests are then combined with regular teacher-assessment of a child's work to determine if they have reached the 'expected standard'.

School results
2016
2017
2017 National average
Percentage meeting expected standard in reading
79%
90%
74%
Percentage meeting expected standard in writing
72%
77%
65%
Percentage meeting expected standard in mathematics
72%
80%
73%
Percentage meeting expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics
69%
77%
NYA

 

End of Key Stage 2 Assessments (SATs)

New assessment standards were introduced for children at the end of Key Stage 2 in 2016. These were to reflect the new, significantly more challenging expectations of the National Curriculum (introduced in 2014). Each child in Year 6 undertakes a reading, spelling, grammar and mathematics test in June. These tests are sent away for marking and the school receives the results in July.

Reading results

School results
2016
2017
2017 National average
Percentage meeting the 'expected' standard in reading
61%
82%
71%
Average scaled score in reading (where 100 represents the expected standard)
102
107
104
Average progress in reading from KS1
+2.3
+2.9
0

 

Writing results

School results
2016
2017
2017 National average
Percentage meeting the 'expected' standard in writing
75%
86%
76%
Average progress in writing from KS1
+1.5
+1.7
0

 

Mathematics results

School results
2016
2017
2017 National average
Percentage meeting the 'expected' standard in mathematics
50%
86%
75%
Average scaled score in mathematics (where 100 represents the expected standard)
101
106
104
Average progress in mathematics from KS1
+0.3
+3.1
0

 

Children meeting the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics (combined)

 
2016
2017
2017 National average
Percentage meeting the 'expected' standard in reading, writing and mathematics (combined)
43%
71%
61%

 

Children achieving a high level of attainment in reading, writing and mathematics (combined)

 
2016
2017
2016 National average
Percentage reaching a higher level of attainment ('greater depth') in reading, writing and mathematics (combined)
4%
14%
9%

Please click here to view the school's performance on the Department for Education (DfE) website.


 
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