Last update: 2017-01-31

Ofsted

 

Please click on the links below for school performance reports. Paper copies are available from the school office.

 

Click here for our Ofsted report                                                      

Click here for the DfE performance tables       

    

Reception Year results (2016)

73% of pupils in Year Reception achieved a Good Level of Development.

Year 1 phonics results (2016)

82% of pupils in Year 1 passed the national phonics test.

Key Stage 1 results (2016)

100% of pupils in Year 2 achieved or surpassed the NEW expected standard in reading. 60% surpassed this standard.

80% of pupils in Year 2 achieved or surpassed the NEW expected standard in writing. 60% surpassed this standard.

80% of pupils in Year 2 achieved or surpassed the NEW expected standard in maths. 60% surpassed this standard.

Key Stage 2 results (2016)

Our cohort in 2016 was too small to report on, due to data protection requirements. However, we are DELIGHTED to report that we   EXCEEDED the national average (percentage of children achieving the expected level in reading, writing and maths) by a VERY SIGNIFICANT margin. 50% of the children in our cohort were assessed as writing at 'greater depth'. There was no criteria for 'greater depth' in the reading and maths tests.

Progress measures from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 (2016)

Our cohort in 2016 was too small to report on, due to data protection requirements.

       

 

Reception Year results (2015)

78% of pupils in Year Reception achieved a Good Level of Development.

 Year 1 phonics results (2015)

100% of pupils in Year 1 passed the national phonics test.

Key Stage 1 results (2015)

63% of pupils in Year 2 achieved or surpassed a Level 2b in reading (25% of pupils achieved Level 3).

63% of pupils in Year 2 achieved or surpassed a Level 2b in writing (19% of pupils achieved Level 3).

57% of pupils in Year 2 achieved or surpassed a Level 2b in maths (19% of pupils achieved Level 3).

 Key Stage 2 results (2015)

82% of pupils in Year 6 achieved a Level 4 in reading, writing and maths combined.

82% of pupils in Year 6 achieved a Level 4 in reading (18% of pupils achieved Level 5).

82% of pupils in Year 6 achieved a Level 4 in writing (9% of pupils achieved Level 5).

91% of pupils in Year 6 achieved a Level 4 in maths (36% of pupils achieved Level 5).

72% of pupils in Year 6 achieved a Level 4 in grammar, punctuation and spelling (45% achieved Level 5).

Progress measures from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 (2015)

82% of pupils made 2 or more Levels of progress in reading (9% of pupils made 3 Levels of progress).

91% of pupils made 2 or more Levels of progress in writing (27% of pupils made 3 Levels of progress).

91% of pupils made 2 or more Levels of progress in maths (36% of pupils made 3 Levels of progress).

Expected progress = 2 Levels of progress