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Pupil Achievement

The school publishes attainment and progress data for two year groups – Year 6 and 8.

All pupils in government maintained schools take public examinations at the end of key stage 2 (Year 6); these are called statutory key stage 2 assessments (SATs). Pupils sit examinations in reading and maths and undertake a teacher assessment in writing. Writing assessments are moderated by the local authority.  These public examinations allow us to compare our school performance against all schools nationally.

Since May 2016, pupils have been assessed against the new national curriculum (introduced in September 2014). Following that change, attainment at key stage 2 across the country dropped significantly due to the increased challenge of the new national curriculum. Comparisons against years prior to this are difficult due to the change in how assessments are made.

Please see the link below for a parent's guide to Key Stage 2 assessments, published by the DfE.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/key-stage-1-and-2-national-curriculum-tests-information-for-parents

As a middle school we also publish our Year 8 results as this is our exit data for our oldest year group. More detailed information can be found about the performance and expenditure and impact of pupil premium, Year 7 catch-up and sports premium in this section of our school website.

 

Year 6

Attainment: Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard.

2018

School

National

Difference

Reading

92%

75%

+17

Writing

90%

78%

+12

Maths

82%

76%

+6

Reading, Writing & Maths

80%

64%

+16

Attainment: Percentage of pupils achieving a higher standard.

2018

School

National

Reading, Writing & Maths

25%

10%

Attainment: Average scores in Reading and Maths at Key Stage 2.

2018

School

National

Reading

108.9

105.0

Maths

106.7

104.4

 

Progress: Progress scores from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2

2018

School

Reading

1.3

Writing

0.4

Maths

-0.2

 

DfE - A school will be above the progress element of the floor standard if it achieves at least -5 in reading, -5 in maths and -7 in writing. The school must achieve these scores or above in all three subjects to be above the progress element of the floor standard.

 

Year 8

Attainment: Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard.

End of Year 2017-2018

School

Reading

85%

Writing

87%

Maths

81%

 

Progress: Percentage of pupils making expected or better progress.

End of Year 2017-2018

School

Reading

92%

Writing

94%

Maths

80%

 

Our school performance table can be found by following this link:

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/110086