Attainment


The aim of our school is to provide all children with an outstanding education which helps them to not only achieve in line with or above nationally expected standards, but also equips them with the life skills which will see them succeed at High School and beyond in the workplace so that all children lead happy and productive lives.

The measure of any school is the extent to which it helps children to make progress from varying starting points when they enter school. Our school makes more than nationally expected progress with pupils many of whom begin school below national expectation and then leave 7 years later at or above nationally expected levels.

This page contains some of the data which helps to show the extent to which our school makes progress with our children but only pertains to academic data in terms of reading, writing and mathematics.

Department for Education Performance Tables

The performance of the school as outlined by the Department for Education Performance Tables can be found HERE.

End of KS2 assessments 2016

This year, the government's Standards & Testing Agency have published an information leaflet for parents about the results from the National Curriculum assessments at the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6).  Click here to read it.

The Performance of the School in National Curriculum Tests at KS2 for 2016

All schools are legally required to publish the results of the National Curriculum tests at KS2 annually. This year has been the first year that the government have used scaled scores and new progress measures and this will take some time to bed in. The scores in the table below cannot in any way be compared to previous year's of attainment and progress as there was a greater level of challenge both in the curriculum taught last year and in the tests that were set. You can read more from the Department for Education HERE.

In the table below you will be able to see the performance of KS2 2016 in terms of attainment and progress.

We are very proud of the progress made by the Y6 children in 20156 as all the progress grades are well above average.

 

Attainment & Progress 2016 (un-validated)