Results and Achievement

Academic Results 2018/2019

There were a huge number of success stories within the academic results and children showed excellent progress across the school.
Read below to find out more about how the school performed during the 2018/2019 academic year.

Early Years Foundation Stage
In 2019, 86% of our children achieved a ‘good level of development.’ This is higher than the national average of 72% and the local authority average of 77%.

Year 1 Phonics Assessment
In 2019, 90% of our children passed the Year 1 phonics assessment. This was above the national average of 80% and the local authority average of 82%.

KS1 SATS assessment
Year 2 children are assessed at maths, writing and reading.

Maths
Working at the expected standard : 80% of children (75% national average, 80% local authority average)
Working at greater depth : 28% of children (25% national average , 30% local authority average)

Writing
Working at the expected standard : 80% of children (68% national average, 74% local authority average)
Working at greater depth : 21% of children (15% national average, 19% local authority average)

Reading
Working at the expected standard : 80% of children (76% national average, 80% local authority average)
Working at greater depth : 28% of children (25% national average, 30% local authority average)

Reading, Writing and Maths
Working at the expected standard : 76% of children (65% national average , 70% local authority average)

KS2 SATs Assessment
Year 6 children are assessed in reading, writing, maths and grammar, punctuation and spelling.

Maths
Working at the expected standard : 80% of children (79% national average, 79% local authority average)
Working at greater depth : 22% of children (25% national average , 30% local authority average)

Writing
Working at the expected standard : 86% of children (78% national average, 82% local authority average)
Working at greater depth : 25% of children (20% national average, 24% local authority average)

Reading
Working at the expected standard : 80% of children (73% national average, 74% local authority average)
Working at greater depth : *39% of children (27% national average, 27% local authority average)
* The children did brilliantly to achieve in the top 20% of children nationally for working at greater depth.

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
Working at the expected standard : *90% of children (78% national average, 78% local authority average)
* The children did brilliantly to achieve in the top 20% of children nationally for working at greater depth.

Working at greater depth : 47% of children (36% national average, 35% local authority average)

Reading, Writing and Maths
Working at the expected standard : 75% of children (65% national average , 66% local authority average)
Working at greater depth : 10% of children (11% national average , 11% local authority average)

Scaled Scores
When completing KS2 SATs at the end of Year 6, all children are given a scaled score to show how they have attained in the assessments. A score of 100 represents the national standard.

Maths : 106 (105 national average , 105.1 local authority average)
Reading : 105.6 (104 national average , 104.5 local authority average)
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling : 108.1 (106.3 national average , 105.9 local authority average)

Progress from KS1 to KS2
Children’s progress from KS1 to KS2 is calculated through a points system. A points score of 0 shows ‘average’ progress across the key stage.

Maths : +1.1 (-0.4 Local Authority average progress)
Reading : +1.7 (-0.4 Local Authority average progress)
Writing : +1.5 (0.3 Local Authority average progress)

Comparing School Performance

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