Standards & Achievement (SATs results)

Performance data for Summer 2016

Our children come from very diverse backgrounds; often with limited prior experience of school, English as an additional language and many other barriers to learning.  Many children join us at different stages of primary school without a consistency of schooling.

 

Our results are testimony to the hard work of our staff, children, the support from our families and the ethos of aspiration that empowers every child to enjoy and achieve.

 

In July 2016, children were tested on the new national curriculum. Results cannot be compared to previous years because of the difference in the curriculum and expectations.

 

KEY STAGE 2 (Year 6) SATs RESULTS

Average progress scores:

Reading -2       (In-line with National Average)

Writing  +0.8  (In-line with National Average)

Maths    + 2.3  (Above National Average)

 

Averaged ‘scaled scores’:

Reading  97.0

Maths    102.0

 

Percentage of pupils who achieved expected standard or above:

Reading  37%

Writing   63%

Maths     70%

Reading, Writing and Maths  33%

 

Percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment:

Reading  10%

Writing    0%

Maths     17%

Reading, Writing and Maths  0%

 

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Achievement for end of Key Stage 2 in Summer 2015  (Year 6 children)

  • 89% of children achieved a Level 4 or above in Reading, Writing and Mathematics (86% in 2014)
  • 96% of children made expected progress in Reading (89% in 2014)
  • 43% of children made more than expected progress in Reading (21% in 2014)
  • 100% of children made expected progress in Writing (100 % in 2014)
  • 43% of children made more than expected progress in Writing (18% in 2014)
  • 100% of children made expected progress in Mathematics (93% in 2014)
  • 75% of children made more than expected progress in Mathematics (39% in 2014)
  • 26% of children achieved a Level 5 or above in Reading, Writing and Mathematics (4% in 2014)
  • 48% of children achieved Level 5 or above in Reading (18% in 2014)
  • 33% of children achieved Level 5 or above in Writing (7% in 2014)
  • 67% of children achieved Level 5 or above in Mathematics (36% in 2014)
  • 11% of children achieved Level 6 in Mathematics (3% in 2014)

 

For more information about performance data for our school please click on the link below to the Department for Education School Performance Tables.