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Performance data

Results 2017

Results are no longer reported using levels and instead each pupil will now receive their test results as a scaled score and their teacher assessments as one of a number of categories.

Information about our current 2017 results can be found below. 

Key Stage 2 - School % shown in bold - (National average in brackets and italics)

% achieving 

Reading

Writing

Maths

Grammar Punct. & Spelling     

Reading Writing & Maths

Expected Standard

84%   (71%)

68%  (76%)

81% (75%)

81% (77%)

61% (61%)

Higher Standard

29%  (25%)

16% (18%)

10% (23%)

29% (31%)

3%  (9%)

61% of our Year 6 pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics combined. The national average this year is 61%.

Our average scaled score in reading is 105.0 (104.1) . Our average scaled score in mathematics is 103.5 (104.2)

Progress measure KS1 - KS2

 The new progress score tracks the score that a child achieved at KS1 and compares it with how well other children nationally have done at KS2 who achieved the same score at KS1.

A + score means they made more than expected progress nationally and a - means they made less than expected progress nationally.

 Reading

+0.1

 Writing  

-3.4

 Maths  

-1.5

Key Stage 1 SATs National average in brackets and italics

% achieving    

Reading

Writing

Maths

Expected standard or higher

78% (74%)

74% (65%)

87% (73%)

Reaching the higher standard

35% (24%)

4% (13%)

18% (18%)

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

Children achieving a Good Level of Development = 67% (National 69%)

Year 1

Phonic screening Test result = 69% (National 81%)

Parents can access the school performance tables published on the DfE’s website here 

or by typing into your browser:  https://www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables.