Here you can find our Key Stage 2 Assessment Test results, attendance numbers, Ofsted report and other performance details.
You can find our Department for Education school details and information here.
Key Stage 2 Assessment Tests (SATs) are taken by all 11 year olds nation-wide (Year 6 children at our school). They are used to assess all children in education, and their knowledge of reading, writing and mathematics.
This information allows you to compare your child’s performance at the end of Key Stage 2 with the attainment of other Year 6 pupils in our school and across England.
|Subject||Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard: school||Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard: nationally ||Average scaled score: school ||Average scaled score: nationally |
|English grammar, punctuation and spelling||76%||78%||105||106|
|English writing (teacher assessment)||66%||78%||N/A||N/A|
|Expected standard or above in Reading, Writing & Maths (combined)||40%||52%||56%||54%|
|High level of attainment in Reading, Writing & Maths (combined)||7%||5%||13%||6%|
|Average progress in Reading||-4.1||-3.9||-2.9||-2.2|
|Average progress in Writing||+2.7||-3.9||-0.6||-2.7|
|Average progress in Maths||-4.9||-3.0||-2.9||-0.7|
|School (%)||88 (44)||52 ()||62 (16)||63 ()|
|National (%)||89 (48)||66 ()||71 (25)||75 (28)|
|School (%)||85 (35)||86 ()||63 (5)||66 ()|
|National (%)||87 (36)||74 ()||76 (18)||78 (34)|
|School (%)||88 (35) (3 at level 6)||47 ()||68 (15)||62 ()|
|National (%)||87 (42)||70 ()||75 (23)||76 (24)|
|Overall Attendance (%)||96.12||95.8||95.1||95.1||95.0|
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