Our results this summer were in line with many other schools and cannot be compared to previous years, as there is a new curriculum with a very different expectation in place. In summary, our key stage 1 results were slightly above national averages whereas our key stage 2 were below.

KS 1 results 2016

In KS1 our results were above the national average in writing. Our combined reading, writing and maths result was also above the national average.

66% of children were working at the expected standard in reading writing and maths.

In reading alone, it was 76%, in writing 72% and in maths 72%

 

KS2 results 2016

Reading, writing and mathematics: % of pupils achieving the expected standard   47% 

% of pupils making average progress in Reading – 86%

% of pupils making average progress in Writing – 91%

% of pupils making average progress in Maths – 75%

% of pupils achieving a scaled score of 100+ in Reading – 53%

% of pupils achieving a scaled score of 100+ in Maths – 57%

% of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment in

-     Reading – 21%

-     Writing – 21%

-     Maths – 21%