Pupils at our school achieve well personally, socially and academically. Our results (the ones measured by the government) are great. Our outcomes for our pupils (the ones not measured by the government but highly valued at our school) are what we are really proud of. Our young people leave the school confident, and with a wealth of experience that builds their resilience and eagerness to learn. They believe in themselves because we believe in them.
Yet again we are delighted with our 2018 end of year results. Our Year Six children achieved well in all areas, surpassing national figures in both reading and maths.
|KS2 attainment||2018 % achieving expected level or above||Average scaled score||National % achieving expected and above
|Average scaled score (National)|
|Reading Writing maths combined||72||N/A||64||N/A|
We showed a much higher than national percentage of pupils achieving at the greater depth level in reading, writing and maths.
|Greater Depth KS2||% achieving in greater depth -School||% achieving in greater depth – National|
|Reading, writing, maths combined||22||10|
Key Stage 2 progress scores:
Our 2018 cohort made good progress in all areas, achieving well above the Government’s floor standards and also above the ‘coasting schools’ levels.
|Key Stage Two progress||2018 school average progress score||2018 Government floor standard||2018 government ‘ coasting school’ level|
At Key Stage One our Year Two children also achieved well, beyond national levels in reading writing and maths.
|KS1||2018 % achieving expected level or above||National % achieving expected level or above|
Again we are delighted with our high level of children reaching the expected standard in the Year One phonics screen.
|Y1 Phonics screen||% pupils achieving expected standard – school||% pupils achieving expected standard – National|
Our youngest children made great progress and once again we have exceeded the national figures for the proportion of children achieving the expected standard.
|Early Years Foundation Stage||2018 school||National 2018|
|% of children reaching a ‘Good Level of Development’||75||72|
For the full DfE performance table information, click here.