Performance Data & Results

 

Performance Data and Results 2018

  • In Reception, 80% of our Bumblebees achieved the Government's expected 'Good Level of Development', which is above the most recent national average of 71.
  • Year 1 pupils completed the Government's Phonics Screening Check in June, and 77% achieved the expected standard – this is slightly below the 2018 national average of 82%, although 8 of the 11 pupils who did not achieve the expected standard in Year 1 phonics were new to the country and beginning to learn English as an additional language.
  • By the end of Year 2, 96% 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 2018 national average of 92%.
  • In Year 2, our results were broadly in line with or above almost all of the most recent national averages, with particularly pleasing writing outcomes.
  • In reading:
    • 74% of pupils achieved the expected standard (national average = 75%);
    • 26% of pupils were working at greater depth (national average = 26%).
  • In writing:
    • 74% of pupils achieved the expected standard (national average = 70%);
    • 26% of pupils were working at greater depth (national average = 16%).
  • In maths:
    • 74% of pupils achieved the expected standard (national average = 76%);
    • 15% of pupils were working at greater depth (national average = 22%).
  •  In Year 6, there were some pleasing outcomes and accelerated progress was made in reading and writing, but this is a priority area to improve in 2018-19.
  • In reading:
    • 59% of pupils achieved the expected standard in reading (national average = 75%);
    • 22% of pupils achieved a high score in reading (national average = 28%);
    • The average scaled score in reading was 102 (national average = 105);
    • The average progress score in reading was +0.1 (zero is expected progress).
  • In writing:
    • 65% of pupils achieved the expected standard in writing (national average = 78%);
    • 14% of pupils were working at greater depth in writing (national average = 20%);
    • The average progress score in writing was +0.6 (zero is expected progress).
  • In spelling, punctuation & grammar:
    • 70% of pupils achieved the expected standard in spelling, punctuation & grammar (national average = 78%);
    • 19% of pupils achieved a high score in spelling, punctuation & grammar (national average = 34%);
    • The average scaled score in grammar, punctuation & spelling was 103 (national average = 106).
  • In maths:
    • 65% of pupils achieved the expected standard in maths (national average = 76%);
    • 8% of pupils achieved a high score in maths (national average = 24%).
    • The average scaled score in maths was 101 (national average = 106);
    • The average progress score in maths was -0.9 (zero is expected progress).

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