Attainment Information

Department for Education performance tables

Please be aware that due to COVID and the cancellation of statutory assessments the assessments below are not the current.

Performance Data 2019

Children at Good Level of Development (GLD) when leaving Early Year Foundation Stage (EYFS):

86% (National: 71%)

Performance Data 2018

Children at Good Level of Development (GLD) when leaving Early Year Foundation Stage (EYFS):

73% (National: 71%)

Performance Data 2017

Children at Good Level of Development (GLD) when leaving Early Year Foundation Stage (EYFS):

83.7% (National:69.3% 2016)

Performance Data 2019

Children in Year 1 take a phonics assessment test,

100% of the pupils passed the phonics assessment test (National: 81%)

Performance Data 2018

Children in Year 1 take a phonics assessment test,

93% of the pupils passed the phonics assessment test (National: 81%)

Performance Data 2017

Children in Year 1 take a phonics assessment test,

93% of the pupils passed the phonics assessment test (National: 81% 2016)

Performance Data 2019

In Key stage 1 children take statutory assessment in Reading and Maths and the Writing and SPAG were teacher assessed.

  • Reading: 90% meeting the expected standard (National: 76%)
  • Writing: 79% meeting the expected standard (National: 68%)
  • Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 76% meeting the expected standard
  • Maths: 90% meeting the expected standard (National: 75%)
  • RE: 90% (2018 77%)

Performance Data 2018

In Key stage 1 children take statutory assessment in Reading and Maths and the Writing and SPAG were teacher assessed.

  • Reading: 77% meeting the expected standard (National: 76%)
  • Writing: 79% meeting the expected standard (National: 68%)
  • Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 60% meeting the expected standard
  • Maths: 83% meeting the expected standard (National:75%)

Performance Data 2017

In Key stage 1 children take statutory assessment in Reading and Maths and the Writing and SPAG were teacher assessed.

  • Reading: 83% meeting the expected standard (National: 74% 2016)
  • Writing: 77% meeting the expected standard (National: 65% 2016)
  • Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 83% meeting the expected standard
  • Maths: 83% meeting the expected standard (National 73% 2016)

Performance Data 2019

In 2019, 74% of our pupils achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths, combined (compared with 65% nationally).

  • Reading: 77% meeting expected standards (national: 73%)
  • Writing: 87% meeting expected standards (national: 78%)
  • Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 87% meeting expected standards (national: 78%)
  • Maths: 87% meeting expected standards (national: 79%)
  • RE: 87% (2018 81%)

Progress 

  • Reading – Average -0.4
  • Writing- Average -1.1
  • Maths- Average -1.5

Scaled scores  

The National scaled score to achieve the expected standard is 100, however we achieved

  •   105 average scaled score in Reading
  •   106 average scaled score in Maths
  •   108 average scaled score in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Attainment: higher level

We continue to offer challenge to all children, including higher attaining pupils. Scaled scores of over 110 are considered ‘high scores’.

7% of our pupils achieved a high level of attainment in Reading, Writing and Maths, combined (national: 12%)

  • Reading: 26% high scores (national: 26%)
  • Writing: 24% high scores (national: 16%)
  • Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 43% high scores
  • Maths:  17% high scores (national: 22%)
  • RE: 30% (2018 24%)

Performance Data 2018

In 2018, 74% of our pupils achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths, combined (compared with 64% nationally).

  • Reading: 74% meeting expected standards (national: 75%)
  • Writing: 84% meeting expected standards (national: 78%)
  • Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 81% meeting expected standards (national: 78%)
  • Maths: 84% meeting expected standards (national: 76%)

Progress

  • Reading- Below average -2.4
  • Writing- Average 0
  • Maths – Average -1

Scaled scores

The National scaled score to achieve the expected standard is 100, however we achieved

  •  104 average scaled score in Reading
  •  105 average scaled score in Maths
  •  107 average scaled score in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Attainment: higher level

We continue to offer challenge to all children, including higher attaining pupils. Scaled scores of over 110 are considered ‘high scores’.

13% of our pupils achieved a high level of attainment in Reading, Writing and Maths, combined (national: 12%)

  • Reading: 26% high scores (national: 26%)
  • Writing: 26% high scores (national: 16%)
  • Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 35% high scores
  • Maths: 23% meeting expected standards (national: 22%)

Performance Data 2017

 

 

EXPECTED STANDAND EXPECTED standard
SUBJECT 2016 SCHOOL 2016 NATIONAL 2017 SCHOOL 2017 NATIONAL
MATHS 93% 70% 93% 75%
READING 69% 66% 90% 71%
WRITING 89% 74% 90% 76%
SPAG 93% 70% 93% 77%
R/W/M 62% 53% 87% 61%

Progress 

  • Reading – Average -0.9
  • Writing – Average -0.1
  • Maths – Average 0.4

 

Greater  Depth
2017

School

2017

NATIONAL

30% 23%
30% 25%
30% 18%
50%
13% 9%

 

The National scaled score to achieve the expected standard is 100.

 

AVERAGE SCALED SCORE 2016 National

Average scaled scores

2017

AVERAGE SCALED SCORE 2017 National

Average scaled scores

2017

Maths 106 103 108 104
Reading 103 103 106 104
SPAG 108 104 109 106