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Ofsted and Performance Data

Please find below our most recent Ofsted reports and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables.

Results 2018 (unvalidated)

 

EYFSP

  • 71% of children achieved a Good Level of Development (GLD) against the Early Learning Goals.
  • The average point score (ATPS) across the 17 areas of development was 33.

 

Y1 Phonics Screening Check (21 children)

 

  • 86% of students achieved the pass mark or higher (2017: 78%, 2016: 50%)

       National average 2017 81%

 

Y2 Phonics re-check (3 children)

 

  • 100% of students achieved the pass mark or higher (2017: 71%, 2016: 100%)

        National average 2017 62%

 

Y2 KS1 TA  (21 children)

  • Reading - 81% of children are working at the expected standard or above (2017: 72%, 2016: 75%)

       National average 2017: 76%

  • Writing - 81% of children are working at the expected standard or above (2017: 68%, 2016: 67%)

       National average 2017: 68%

  • Mathematics - 76% of children are working at the expected standard or above (2017: 72%, 2016: 83%)

       National average 2017: 75%

  • Reading, writing and mathematics combined (RWM) - 71% of children are working at the expected standards or above (2017: 44%, 2016: 50%)

       National average 2017: 64%

 

Y6 KS2 SATs (9 children)

  • Reading - 100% of children are working at the expected standard or above (2017: 33%, 2016: 45%)

       National average 2017: 71%

  • Writing - 100% of children are working at the expected standard or above (2017: 50%, 2016: 55%)

       National average 2017: 76%

  • Mathematics - 100% of children are working at the expected standard or above (2017: 50%, 2016: 36%)

       National average 2017: 75%

  • Reading, writing and mathematics combined (RWM) - 100% of children are working at the expected standard or above (2017: 33%, 2016: 36%)

       National average 2017: 61%

 

 

Please note: the DfE suppresses any data that would identify an individual child. This is usually the case where there are very small numbers in a particular cohort. This tends to be the case for us in Year 6, and is often the case for us when it comes to specific groups such as SEND or Pupil Premium. Accordingly, we will not publish any information on the website that could lead to individual children being identified. However, all results are analysed within school for the purposes of school improvement . 
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