We are delighted once again with our results this year, with children at the end of both KS1 and KS2, achieving above the national average in all areas at both the expected level and at greater depth. Take a look at our results!
Results 2017 - 2018
We have achieved absolutely FANTASTIC end of Key Stage Two results in all areas. We are above, or significantly above national averages in all areas in Key Stage Two, both at Expected Level and at Greater Depth.
In Key Stage One we are in line with national, or just below, reflecting the needs of a different cohort who we will ensure accelerate in attainment and progress over the next academic year. Our Early Years results are also brilliant, and we are above national average in all areas again this year.
Please see the document below for more detailed overview of our results.
We built on the successes of the previous year, when the assessment system in England changed, and achieved some FANTASTIC results- hitting and exceeding the National Average across Reception, KS1 and KS2.
The superb results reflect the hard work and dedication of the entire staff team, the determination of the pupils and the unwavering support from our parents and families. Well done everyone!
Further information can be found by visiting the DfE school performance tables website.
Please see the document below for more information on this years results.
End of Reception Year:
In 2015, 75% of our children achieved a Good Level of Development. This consolidates the fantastic result from 2014, as well as remaining 9% above the National Average (66%).
Phonics Screening in Year One:
In 2015, 85% of our Year One children met the required standard of phonic decoding, consolidating our fantastic results from 2014. The National percentage of pupils meeting the required standard of phonic decoding in 2015 was 77%.
End of Key Stage One:
We worked really hard to improve on our results from 2014 and we are SO PLEASED with what we achieved!
Level 4+ results (Age related expectations)
Level 5+ results (Above age related expectations)