Results

2019  Data
2019 continues to see our children achieving and attaining well. As always, we share our results with and without the data from our children in our EMP unit, to give ease of comparison with other schools. 

Please take a look at the key information below:

2019 - Key Stage 2 

 

 

2019 reading

% achieving expected standard

% achieving high score

Average scaled score

Progress score

All  children

63

25

104.4

1.05

Non EMP children

77

31

 

 

National Average

73

27

104

0

2019 writing

% achieving expected standard

% achieving high score

Average scaled score

Progress score

All  children

59

13

N/A

-1.40

Non EMP children

73

15

N/A

 

National Average

78

20

N/A

0

2019 Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling

% achieving expected standard

% achieving high score

Average scaled score

Progress score

All  children

56

28

105.4

N/A

Non EMP children

69

35

 

N/A

National Average

78

36

106

N/A

2019

Maths

% achieving expected standard

% achieving high score

Average scaled score

Progress score

All  children

69

28

104.3

1.49

Non EMP children

85

35

 

 

National Average

79

27

105

0

 

% achieving expected standard in reading, writing & maths combined

 

% achieving high score in reading, writing & maths combined

 

All  children

50

9

Non EMP children

62

12

National Average

65

11

2019 - Key Stage 1

 

 

Reading

% achieving the expected standard

 

% achieving greater depth

 

All  children

71

27

Non EMP children

86

32

National Average

75

25

Writing

% achieving the expected standard

 

% achieving greater depth

 

All  children

68

18

Non EMP children

82

21

National Average

69

15

Maths

% achieving the expected standard

 

% achieving greater depth

 

All  children

71

18

Non EMP children

86

21

National Average

76

22

2018 Data
2018 continues to see our children achieving and attaining well. As always, we share our results with and without the data from our children in our EMP unit, to give ease of comparison with other schools. 

Please take a look at the key information below:

 

2018 - Key Stage 2

 

         
2018 READING

% achieving the expected standard

% achieving  high score Average scaled score Progress   score  

All children

                  82%            36%       106 0.5
Non EMP children 85%  37%    
National Average 75%  25% 104 0

 

         
2018 WRITING

% achieving the expected standard

% achieving  high score Average scaled score Progress   score  

All children

                  82%            32%   N/A 0.8
Non EMP children 85%  33% N/A  
National Average 78% 18% N/A 0

 

         

2018 Grammar, punctuation

& spelling

% achieving the expected standard

% achieving  high score Average scaled score Progress   score  

All children

                93%           43%     107 N/A
Non EMP children 96%   44%   N/A
National Average 78%   31% 106 N/A

 

         
2018 MATHS

% achieving the expected standard

% achieving  high score Average scaled score Progress   score  

All children

                  93%            32%       107 2.6
Non EMP children 96%  33%    
National Average 76% 23% 104 0

 

Percentage of children achieving reading, writing and maths combined: at the expected standard and high score

 

 

% achieving the expected

standard in R, W & M

% achieving high score 

in R, W & M

All children 71% 14%
Non EMP 74% 15%
National Average 64% 9%

 

2018 - Key Stage 1

 

Reading 2018

% achieving the expected

standard

% achieving greater depth
All children 60% 23%
Non EMP 70% 27%
National Average (2017) 76% 25%

 

Writing 2018

% achieving the expected

standard

% achieving greater depth
All children 57% 17%
Non EMP 67% 20%
National Average (2017) 68% 16%

 

Maths 2018

% achieving the expected

standard

% achieving greater depth
All children 66% 23%
Non EMP 76% 27%
National Average (2017) 75% 21%

Data published in league tables / DFE press releases can be misleading for our school, due to the fact that we have an Enhanced Mainstream Provision unit for children with specific Communication and Language needs. Many of these children do not sit the tests, and whilst they make great progress overall, these aren't reflected in the data produced from SATs at Year 6. As such, the data presented below also reflects the achievements of our children who are not in our EMP Unit, and therefore allows parents to more accurately compare our school performance against other local, and national comparisons. Our 'All' data includes children within our EMP also.

 

Key Stage 2 – 2017
2017 has seen some of our best ever SATs results at Key Stage 2! The progress of the children was phenomenal! As always, we share our results with and without our EMP unit, to give ease of comparison with other schools.

Take a look at the key information below:

Reading

 

% Achieving Expected Standard

% achieving a ‘high score’

Average ‘Scaled Score’

Progress Score

All Children

87

22

105.6

3.84 (top 10% of schools

Non EMP

91

23

106.2

3.78 (top 10% of schools

National Average

71

25

104

0

 

Writing

 

% Achieving Expected Standard

% achieving a ‘high score’

Average ‘Scaled Score’ (Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation Test)

Progress Score

All Children

78

30

N/A

3.47 (top 10% of schools

Non EMP

82

32

N/A

3.91 

National Average

76

18

N/A

0

 

Mathematics

 

% Achieving Expected Standard

% achieving a ‘high score’

Average ‘Scaled Score’

Progress Score

All Children

87

35

107.6

5.56 (top 10% of schools

Non EMP

91

36

108.2

5.61 (top 10% of schools

National Average

75

23

104

0

 

English, Grammar and Punctuation Test

 

% Achieving Expected Standard

% achieving a ‘high score’

Average ‘Scaled Score’

All Children

96

39

108.5

Non EMP

100

41

109.1

National Average

77

31

106

 

Percentage of children reading the standards in Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined:

 

Expected Standard

High Score / Greater Depth

All Children

83

9

Non EMP

86

9

National Average

61

9

 

Key Stage 2 - 2016
Wow! We are so pleased (again!) with our Key Stage 2 Results - which our children sat in 2016. Again, our school's performance reflects well against national averages, where our school performs well above the national standard!

In the 'All Children' group, one child equates to 6%, in the 'Non EMP' group, one child equates to 7%.

 

Reading

 

% achieving the Expected Standard

% achieving a  High Score

Average ‘Scaled Score’

Progress Score

All Children

75

44

107

1.3

Non EMP

79

50

106.7

1.4

National Average

66

19

103

0.0

 

 

Writing

 

% achieving the Expected Standard

% achieving Greater Depth

Progress Score

All Children

88

31

2.4

Non EMP

93

36

3.0

National Average

74

15

0.0

 

Mathematics

 

% achieving the Expected Standard

% achieving a High Score  

Average Scaled Score

Progress Score

All Children

88

38

109

3.0

Non EMP

93

43

109.6

4.3

National Average

70

17

103

0.0

 

English: Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

 

% achieving the Expected Standard

% achieving a High Score  

Average Scaled Score

All Children

88

44

110

Non EMP

93

50

111.2

National Average

66

19

103

 

Key Stage 1 – 2017
2017 has seen some of our best ever SATs results at Key Stage 1 – and strong improvement on the percentage of children reaching the higher levels compared to 2016!

Take a look at the key information below (there were no children within our EMP unit in Year 2 this year):

Reading

 

% Achieving Expected Standard

% achieving a Greater Depth

All Children

77

50

National Average (2016)

74

24

 

Writing

 

% Achieving Expected Standard

% achieving a ‘high score’

All Children

73

37

National Average (2016)

65

13

 

Mathematics

 

% Achieving Expected Standard

% achieving a ‘high score’

All Children

73

30

National Average (2016)

73

18

Key Stage 1 2016

In Key Stage 1, we have attained well in 2016, against a new tougher curriculum. Children have worked hard to ensure that they have achieved their best, and done very well indeed! Again, the results below are the results of the Year 2 children who were not within our Enhanced Mainstream Provision Unit as well as 'All' Children together.

In the 'All Children' group, one child is 5%, in the 'Non EMP' group, one child is 7%.

 

Reading

 

% achieving the Expected Standard

% achieving Greater Depth

All Children

58

32

Non EMP

79

43

National Average

74

23.6

 

Writing

 

% achieving the Expected Standard

% achieving Greater Depth

All Children

53

11

Non EMP

71

14

National Average

65.5

13.5

 

Mathematics

 

% achieving the Expected Standard

% achieving Greater Depth

All Children

58

11

Non EMP

71

14

National Average

72.6

17.8