Please click on the link below to see the results for the academic year 2015-16.
Percentage of Children Meeting the Expected Standard
In 2016, 69% of our pupils met the expected standard in reading, writing and maths combined. This was 16% higher than nationally (53%) and 11% higher than the Local Authority average (6%).
The percentage of children meeting the national expectations in individual subjects were:
- Reading: 106 (National: 103 & Local Authority 103)
- Maths: 105 (National 103 & Local Authority 103 )
Percentage of Children Achieving at a Higher Standard
In 2016, 17% of our pupils achieved at a higher standard in reading, writing and maths combined. This was 12% higher than nationally (5%) and 17% higher than the Local Authority average (52%).
Many people would argue that progress is the most important measure as it truly reflects the quality of teaching and learning, regardless of pupils' starting points. Progress is typically measured from Year 2 (the end of Key Stage 1) to Year 6 (the end of Key Stage 2).
- Reading: +2.5 (above national average)
- Writing: +5.8 (well above national average)
- Maths: +1 (in line with national average)
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