Exam & Assessment Results

Phonics 2018
  2018 Outcomes National
Year 1 80% 83%
Year 2 retakes 83%  
EARLY YEARS Data Outcomes 2018
  GLD
Good Level of Development
CLL PD PSED Literacy Maths U of W EA & D
2018 63% 72% 73% 72% 63% 67% 71% 72%
National 72%              
KEY STAGE 1 RESULTS
  % AT EXPECTED % AT GREATER DEPTH
  School National School National
Reading 73% 76% 29% 26%
Writing 58% 70% 8% 16%
Maths 75% 76% 25% 22%
Reading, Writing, Maths Combined 58%   7%  
KEY STAGE 2 RESULTS
  % AT EXPECTED % AT GREATER DEPTH
  School National School National
Reading 71% 75% 20% 24%
Writing 81% 78% 11% 20%
Maths 76% 76% 11% 24%
English GPS 82% 78% 27% 34%
Reading, Writing, Maths Combined 59% 64% 6% 10%
Average progress that pupils have made between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2
Reading 0.9
Writing 1.3
Maths 0.4
Average Scaled Scores
  School National
Average scaled score for Reading 103 105
Average scaled score for Maths 102 104
Average scaled score for English GPS 105 106
 

 

Performance Tables & Ofsted Report

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R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

We are committed to developing the whole child and our curriculum is tailored to the needs of our pupils, preparing them for life beyond the classroom.

Our pupils self- assess themselves against the seven behaviour traits at the core of our curriculum; Respect, Empathy, Self-awareness, Positivity, Excellence, Communication and Teamwork. 

Our mission is to ensure that our pupils have the necessary skills to conquer the challenges of life and to be successful in modern Britain.

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Swimming Proficiency

 
 

Percentage of year 6 pupils who could competently, confidently and proficiently swim a distance of at least 25m

 

 

 
 

Percentage of year 6 pupils who could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left primary school at the end of last academic year

 
 

 

 
 

Percentage of year 6 pupils who could use a range of strokes effectively 

 
 

 
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