Performance Data & Results

Performance Data and Results 2016
 
  • 80% of last year’s Reception pupils reached the government’s expected ‘Good Level of Development’, which is our highest ever result and well above the national average of 69%.

 

  • Year 1 pupils completed the government's Phonics Screening Check in June, and 93% achieved the expected level - that's another school record and way above the national average of 81%.

 

  • In Year 2, 80% of the pupils who did not achieve the expected level in Year 1 phonics managed to achieve it in 2016, which is also above the 2015 national average of 66%.

 

  • In Year 2, there were new tests and teacher assessments, as this was the first year of the new National Curriculum at the end of Key Stage 1.

    Despite the much higher expectations:

    70% of pupils achieved the expected standard in reading (national average = 74%);

    17% of pupils were working at greater depth in reading (national average = 24%);

    73% of pupils achieved the expected standard in writing (national average = 66%);

    17% of pupils were working at greater depth in writing (national average = 13%);

    67% of pupils achieved the expected standard in maths (national average = 73%);

    18% of pupils were working at greater depth in maths (national average = 27%)

 

Similarly, in Year 6 there were new SATs and teacher assessments, with a much higher standard required of pupils – despite this:

42% of pupils achieved the expected standard in reading (national average = 66%);

8% of pupils achieved a high score in reading (national average = 19%);

The average scaled score in reading was 97.9 (national average = 102.6);

The average progress score in reading was -2.78 (national floor standard = -5.00);

81% of pupils achieved the expected standard in writing (national average = 74%);

19% of pupils were working at greater depth in writing (national average = 15%);

The average progress score in writing was +2.19 (national floor standard = -7.00);

69% of pupils achieved the expected standard in grammar, punctuation & spelling (national average = 72%);

12% of pupils achieved a high score in grammar, punctuation & spelling (national average = 22%);

The average scaled score in grammar, punctuation & spelling was 102.0 (national average = 104.0);

62% of pupils achieved the expected standard in maths (national average = 70%);

12% of pupils achieved a high score in maths (national average = 17%);

The average scaled score in maths was 101.0 (national average = 103.0);

The average progress score in maths was -0.87 (national floor standard = -5.00).

 

To access full details of our school performance data and results, visit our school statistics page on the Department for Education website by clicking here.