Performance Data & Results

 

Performance Data and Results 2017

 

  • In Reception, 60% of our Bumblebees and Ladybirds achieved the Government's expected 'Good Level of Development': 74% of the pupils who were with us for the whole year achieved this standard, which is above the national average of 71%, with the 12 pupils who joined us mid-year also making great progress.

 

  • Year 1 pupils completed the Government's Phonics Screening Check in June, and 87% achieved the expected standard – this is above the national average of 81% (the fourth year in a row where we have been above the national average).

 

  • By the end of Year 2, 93% of pupils achieved the expected standard in phonics (including those pupils who did not achieve the standard in Year 1 and had to repeat the Screening Check in Year 2) which is above the most recent national average of 91%.

 

  • In Year 2, we achieved record results at the end of Key Stage 1, and achieved or exceeded all of the national averages.

  • In reading:

    • 86% of pupils achieved the expected standard (national average = 76%);

    • 32% of pupils were working at greater depth (national average = 25%).

  • In writing:

    • 75% of pupils achieved the expected standard (national average = 68%);

    • 18% of pupils were working at greater depth (national average = 16%).

  • In maths:

    • 82% of pupils achieved the expected standard (national average = 75%);

    • 21% of pupils were working at greater depth (national average = 21%).

  •  Similarly, in Year 6, our pupils either equalled or exceeded all school records and almost all of the national averages.

  • In reading:

    • 71% of pupils achieved the expected standard in reading (national average = 71%);

    • 24% of pupils achieved a high score in reading (national average = 25%);

    • The average scaled score in reading was 103.2 (national average = 104.1);

    • The average progress score in reading was -1.43.

  • In writing:

    • 81% of pupils achieved the expected standard in writing (national average = 76%);

    • 19% of pupils were working at greater depth in writing (national average = 18%);

    • The average progress score in writing was -1.06.

  • In spelling, punctuation & grammar:

    • 76% of pupils achieved the expected standard in spelling, punctuation & grammar (national average = 77%);

    • 29% of pupils achieved a high score in spelling, punctuation & grammar (national average = 31%);

    • The average scaled score in grammar, punctuation & spelling was 105.9 (national average = 106.0).

  • In maths:

    • 76% of pupils achieved the expected standard in maths (national average = 75%);

    • 24% of pupils achieved a high score in maths (national average = 23%).

    • The average scaled score in maths was 103.5 (national average = 104.2);

    • The average progress score in maths was -1.11.



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.