Results

The data below is from the 2022-2023 academic year. It is important to note that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance.

Key Stage 1

At the end of Year 1 (5–6 years old) all children have a phonics screen to see how well they are doing with reading words which have a phonic pattern. There are 40 words and they need to read 32 correctly to meet the expected standard. Children who do not meet the expected standard do the screen again in Year 2. Last year the screen was done in June 2023.

 

Here are our results:

Phonics

Achieving Expected Standard in Year 1
Achieving Expected Standard in Year 2
Our School 65% 25%
National 79% 89%

 

At the end of Key Stage 1, attainment is measured by teacher assessments.

These are our school’s results for children in Year 2 (6–7 years old) last year, 2022-2023. There were 60 children in the cohort.

For comparison, we will show national results for the same year group, June 2023.

 

Reading

Working at the Expected Standard, or Above
Working at Greater Depth within the Expected Standard
Our School 67% 30%
National 69% 19%

 

Writing

Working at the Expected Standard, or Above
Working at Greater Depth within the expected Standard
Our School 65% 15%
National 61% 8%

 

Maths

Working at the Expected Standard, or Above
Working at Greater Depth within the Expected Standard
Our School 67% 20%
National 71% 16%

 

 

Key Stage 2

At Key Stage 2, attainment is measured by teacher assessments (TAs) in Writing and by Standard Assessment Tests (SATs) in Reading, Maths and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling.

These are our school results for children in Year 6 (10–11 years old) last year, 2018–2019. The tests were taken during May 2023. There were 50 children in the cohort.

For comparison, we will again show national results for the same year group.

 

 

Reading SAT Test

Working at the Expected Standard, or Above
Working at Greater Depth within the Expected Standard
Our School 78% 42%
National 73% 29%

 

 

Maths SAT Test

Working at the Expected Standard, or Above
Working at Greater Depth within the Expected Standard
Our School 78% 20%
National 73% 24%

 

 

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar SAT Test

Working at the Expected Standard, or Above
Working at Greater Depth within the Expected Standard
Our School 70% 22%
National 73% 30%

 

Writing Teacher Assessment

Working at the Expected Standard, or Above
Working at Greater Depth within the Expected Standard
Our School 74% 28%
National 72% 14%

 

 

Reading, Writing & Maths (Combined)

Working at the Expected Standard, or Above
Working at Greater Depth within the Expected Standard
Our School 66% 14%
National 59% TBC

 

 

Progress Measure KS1 to KS2 (New Measures for 2016)

Reading Progress Score 0.7
Writing Progress Score 1.7
Maths Progress Score -1.1

Schools are expected to be above -5 in English reading, -5 in Mathematics, and -7 in English writing.

 

Our Average Scaled Scores are:

Our School National
Reading 106 105
Maths 104 104
SPAG 104 105

14% achieved a high score (110+) in all 3 subjects Reading, Writing and Maths, compared to 8% nationally.

 

More Information

For more information about this school’s performance tables please go to the website of the Department for Education.