School Performance Data

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July 2016 Performance Data - KS2 Results

Reading - Percentage of pupils achieving expected standard: 64% (National: 66%)

Writing - Percentage of pupils achieving expected standard: 66% (National: 74%)

Grammar Punctuation and Spelling - Percentage of pupils achieving expected standard: 62% (National: 72%)

Mathematics - Percentage of pupils achieving expected standard: 66% (National: 70%)

Percentage of pupils achieving expected standard in Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined: 50% (National: 53%)

Percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment in Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined: 3%

Average scaled score in reading: 102

Average scaled score in mathematics: 102

Average progress scores: Reading: -1.38 / Writing: - 2.14 / Mathematics: - 1.68

The school is above the progress floor standard achieving sufficient progress scores in all of reading, writing and mathematics.

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July 2015 Performance Data - KS2 Results

Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths: 87%

Percentage of pupils who have improved two or more levels in reading between KS1 and KS2: 95%

Percentage of pupils who have improved two or more levels in writing between KS1 and KS2: 98%

Percentage of pupils who have improved two or more levels in mathematics between KS1 and KS2: 95%

Percentage of pupils achieving Level 5 or above in reading: 53%

Percentage of pupils achieving Level 5 or above in writing: 33%

Percentage of pupils achieving Level 5 or above in mathematics: 45%

Our performance for end of Key Stage 2 July 2015 showed substantial improvement from previous years with pupil performance above national averages in the majority of areas. This reflects the commitment of all staff since September 2014 to ensure improvement across the school.

The progress and attainment of our pupils between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 had not been good enough prior to July 2015 and required significant improvement.

The Governing Body and staff of the school recognised this and have worked relentlessly to improve teaching and learning to ensure that all of our pupils make good or better progress and achieve at levels in line or above national averages.

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