2017/18 Early Years
70% of children achieved a 'good level of development'. This is in line with the national average.
60% of boys achieved the expected level of development. This is 5% below the national average for boys.
80% of girls achieved the expected level of development. This is 2% above the national average for girls.
0% of disadvantaged pupils (0 of 2) achieved the expected level of development.
No children in the cohort are EAL.
2018 Year One - Phonics Screen Check
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The school's performance for disadvantaged pupils is compared with the national average for non-disadvantaged children.
The school's performance for SEND and EAL pupils is compared with the national average for all pupils.
2017/18 Key Stage One Data
Key Stage 1 tests in maths, English reading and English grammar, punctuation and spelling reflect the new primary curriculum, which was introduced in 2014. The Department for Education designed this new curriculum to be on a par with the best education systems in the world, and to give each child the best start in life.
At the end of Key Stage One, Year 2 teachers make judgements based on how each child has performed in the classroom over the last two years, using the end of key stage tests as one important piece of evidence. The reason for using tests as part of the assessment process is it gives teachers a way of comparing children against a consistent national standard. Test results are converted using what's known as a scaled score, where a score of 100 means a child is working at the expected standard. A score below 100 indicates that a child needs more support and a score of 100 or above suggests a child is working at or above expectations for their age.
Our outcomes for 2018 seen below are based on well considered judgements of our children's performance at the end of key stage 1:
Please note that EXS+ represents children that have been judged to be working at or above the expected standard for their age. GDS+ represents children that have been judged to be working above the expected standard and we say that they are working at a greater depth within the expected standard.
As you can see from the figures displayed above, our figures for children working at the expected standard or beyond is above the National figure for Reading, Writing and Maths. Taking into consideration the new higher standards expected of children of this age, our performance above the National figure is most pleasing and we are proud of all of our pupils and teachers.