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Results

This year is the first year that children at the end of Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 have been tested under the new National Curriculum framework.  The tests are more demanding than in previous years.  The government set a benchmark for children to achieve the expected level for reading, writing and maths combined of 65%, schools nationally achieved 53%.  For the government Performance Tables click here

Key Stage 2 results for the academic year 2016/17

  Reading Achieving or Exceeding Expected Standard (%) Writing Achieving or Exceeding Expected Standard (%) SPAG* Achieving or Exceeding Expected Standard (%) Mathematics Achieving or Exceeding Expected Standard (%) Combined Reading, Writing and Mathematics (%)
National 71 76 77 75 61
Teacher Assessment 81 81 81 84 79
Test Result 75 N/A 81 81 66
           
Progress score +0.03 -0.4 +0.6    
  Reading Achieving high level of attanment (%) Writing Achieving  high level of attanment (%) SPAG* Achieving  high level of attanment (%) Mathematics Achieving high level of attanment (%) Combined Reading, writing, maths high level
National 24 18 31 23 9
Test Result 22 13 22 19 3
  Reading Average Scaled Score   SPAG Average Scaled Score Mathematics Average Scaled Score  
National 104   106 104  
Test Result 104   105 104.6  

2015/2016 was the first year that children at the end of Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 were tested under the new National Curriculum framework.  The tests are more demanding than in previous years.  The government set a benchmark for children to achieve the expected level for reading, writing and maths combined of 65%, schools nationally achieved 53%.  For the government Performance Tables click here

Key Stage 2 results for the academic year 2015/16

  Reading Achieving or Exceeding Expected Standard (%) Writing Achieving or Exceeding Expected Standard (%) SPAG* Achieving or Exceeding Expected Standard (%) Mathematics Achieving or Exceeding Expected Standard (%) Combined Reading, Writing and Mathematics (%)
National 66 74 72 70 53
Teacher Assessment 81 71 81 84 79
Test Result 55 N/A 58 77 52

 

Key Stage 2 results for the academic year 2014/15

  Below level of test Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Total Level 4 or Greater
Reading 3% 3% 32% 61% 0% 93%
Writing 0% 13% 35% 48% 3% 86%
SPAG* 0% 23% 23% 52% 3% 78%
Mathematics 0% 6% 52% 35% 6% 93%

* SPAG = Spelling Grammar and Punctuation

Key Stage 1 results for the academic year 2016/17

  Reading Achieving or Exceeding Expected Standard (%) Writing Achieving or Exceeding Expected Standard (%) Mathematics Achieving or Exceeding Expected Standard (%) Science Achieving or Exceeding Expected Standard (%)
National 76 68 75 83
School 76 69 73 86

* SPAG = Spelling Grammar and Punctuation

Key Stage 1 results for the academic year 2015/16

  Reading Achieving or Exceeding Expected Standard (%) Writing Achieving or Exceeding Expected Standard (%) Mathematics Achieving or Exceeding Expected Standard (%) Science Achieving or Exceeding Expected Standard (%)
National 74 66 73 82
School 80 64 80 84

Key Stage 1 results for the academic year 2014/15

  Level 1 Level 2c Level 2b Level 2a Level 3 Total Level 2 or Greater
Reading 0% 10% 28% 24% 38% 100%
Writing 7% 31% 17% 28% 17% 93%
Mathematics 0% 7% 38% 34% 21% 100%

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check Result 2016/17

90% of pupils achieved or passed the required standard for the Year 1 Phonics Test.

The national pass rate for year 1 phonics was 81%.

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check Result 2015/16

80% of pupils achieved or passed the required standard for the Year 1 Phonics Test  

Foundation stage results for the academic year 2016/17

Early Learning Goal  
Percentage of Children at expected level or exceeding that level 83%
National Percentage of Children at expected level or exceeding that level 71%
Percentage of Children exceeding that level 24%
   

Foundation stage results for the academic year 2015/16

Early Learning Goal  
Percentage of Children at expected level or exceeding that level 77%
Percentage of Children exceeding that level 24%
National Percentage of Children at expected level or exceeding that level 69%
   
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