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Achievement and Attainment Performance Data

Key Stage 2 SATS Results 2015

We are delighted with 2015 good results which show improvements in the standards our children reach. Level 4 is the expected standard for 11 year olds. 65% of children achieving Level 4 is the government “floor standard.”

SubjectLevel 4Level 5Level 6
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar93%80%0%
Reading93%47%0%
Writing83%30%0%
Maths90%50%20%

Progress 2015

Children are expected to make 2 levels of progress from Year 2 to Year 6, eg from Level 1 to Level 3, Level 2 to Level 4, or Level 3 to Level 5.

Reading: 93% made expected progress and 40% made more than expected progress

(national average 91% expected progress, 33% more than expected progress)

Writing: 100% made expected progress and 43% made more than expected progress

(national average 90% expected progress, 34% more than expected progress)

Maths: 93% made expected progress and 37% made more than expected progress

(national average 90% expected progress, 34% more than expected progress)

Key Stage 1 SATs Results 2015

The expected level for Year 2 children is Level 2.

SubjectLevel 2+Level 3
Reading86%38%
Writing86%17%
Maths86%21%

Key Stage 2 SATs Results 2014

These were the SATs results achieved by our Year 6 children in 2014.

These Year 6 results were well above the government’s floor standard of 65% of children achieving Level 4 and above in English and Maths.  Level 4 is the expected level for 11 year olds.

SubjectLevel 4Level 5Level 6
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar73%33%0%
Reading90%33%0%
Writing87%30%0%
Maths90%33%3%

Progress 2014

Reading 97% made expected progress and 20% made more than expected progress

(national average 91% expected progress, 35% more than expected progress)

Writing 93% made expected progress and 30% made more than expected progress

(national average 93% expected progress, 33% more than expected progress)

Maths 97% made expected progress and 23% made more than expected progress

(national average 89% expected progress, 35% more than expected progress)

Key Stage 1 SATs Results 2014

SubjectLevel 2+Level 3
Reading100%14%
Writing86%0%
Maths100%10%

Click here to see the Department for Education’s Performance Tables for 2014

Ofsted Dashboard

Below is an overview of our Ofsted Inspection Dashboard for 2015, which highlights our school achievements from Reception to Year 6

Inspection Dashboard – Strengths in 2015

KS2 value added was broadly average or above in all subjects.

From at least 5 out of every 6 starting points, the proportions of KS2 pupils making and exceeding expected in reading, in writing & in mathematics were close to or above national figures.

From at least 5 out of every 6 starting points, the proportion of disadvantaged KS2 pupils making and exceeding expected progress in reading, in writing & in mathematics was similar to that of other pupils nationally.

The proportion of disadvantaged KS2 pupils that attained at least Level 5 was equal to or above the national figure for other pupils mathematics.

The proportion of Year 1 pupils that met the expected standard in phonics was above the national figure.