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School Performance

School Performance

The teaching of phonics is of a high quality. Phonics attainment at the end of Year 1 continues to be above the national average. By the end of Year 2, the proportion of pupils attaining at the higher level in reading, writing and mathematics is significantly above that of pupils of the same age nationally.

Ofsted, 2017

 

Schools are not required to publish school-level performance data for tests and assessments undertaken  in the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 academic years as a result of the disruption caused by the school closures associated with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

This page contains school-level performance data for tests and assessments undertaken in 2019 and will be updated in 2021.

Good level of development

Assessed at the end of the Reception year.

In 2019, 81% of our reception pupils achieved the good level of development at the end of the early years foundation stage compared to 72% of pupils nationally and 69% of pupils locally.

 

Statutory phonics screening check

Assessed at the end of Year One and - for some pupils - Year Two.

 

In 2019, 92% of our year one pupils achieved the expected standard in the phonics screening check at the end of year one compared 82% of pupils nationally and 79% of pupils locally.

 

 

In 2019, 98% of pupils achieved the expected standard in the phonics screening check by the end of key stage one compared to 91% of pupils nationally and 91% of pupils locally.

 

Key stage one outcomes

Assessed at the end of Year Two through a combination of statutory assessment tests and teacher assessments.

In 2019:

  • 90% of our year two pupils achieved the expected standard in reading at the end of key stage one compared to 75% of pupils nationally and 70% of pupils locally
  • 86% of our year two pupils achieved the expected standard in writing at the end of key stage one compared to 69% of pupils nationally and 64% of pupils locally
  • 90% of our year two pupils achieved the expected standard in mathematics at the end of key stage one compared to 76% of pupils nationally and 73% of pupils locally
  • 86% of our year two pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics combined at the end of key stage one compared to 64% of pupils nationally

 

Key stage one outcomes

Assessed at the end of Year Two through a combination of statutory assessment tests and teacher assessments.

In 2019:

  • 55% of our year two pupils achieved the higher standard in reading at the end of key stage one compared to 25% of pupils nationally  and 25% of pupils locally
  • 35% of our year two pupils achieved the higher standard in writing at the end of key stage one compared to 15% of pupils nationally and 14% of pupils locally
  • 51% of our year two pupils achieved the higher standard in mathematics at the end of key stage one compared to 22% of pupils nationally and 21% of pupils locally
  • 32% of our year two pupils achieved the higher standard in reading, writing and mathematics combined at the end of key stage one compared to 11% of pupils nationally

 

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