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SCHOOL RESULTS

This information is based on July 2015 data which has not been validated by the DFE. The data may change subject to validation by the DFE and currently includes children new to this country and speaking English as a foreign language (EAL).

You can view the Department for Education information on our school and performance by clicking here

Early Years Foundation Stage 2016

71% Good Level of Development, with an average points score of 34.5

Y1 Phonics Screening Test 2016

75% of Y1 passed the phonics test

KS1 Results 2016

Number of children eligible for Y2 Assessments: 55

Reading

Disapplied

3.5%

Below Grade

3.5%

Pre-keystage Foundation

14%

Working towards standard

15.8%

Expected standard

42.1%

Greater Depth within standard

17.5%

 

Writing

Disapplied

3.5%

Below Grade

1.8%

Pre-keystage Foundation

22.8%

Working towards standard

12.3%

Expected standard

56.1%

Greater Depth within standard

0%

 

Mathematics

Disapplied

3.5%

Below Grade

0%

Pre-keystage Foundation

14%

Working towards standard

14%

Expected standard

49.1%

Greater Depth within standard

15.8%

KS2 Results 2016

Number of children eligible for the SATs: 61

Percentage of boys: 57%    Percentage of girls: 43%

Cohort average point score in Y2: 14.4 (below expected level)

Percentage of children with English as an additional language (EAL): 51%

Percentage of pupils with Special Educational Needs: 18%

Percentage of children attaining the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics: 31%

Progress measures from KS1:

 Reading= -1.2     Writing = 0.9   

 Mathematics= -0.9  (74% of children had prior data from a UK school)

Percentage attaining the expected standard in:

Reading = 41%  (15% working at greater depth)     

Writing = 51% (15% at greater depth)

Mathematics = 52% (7% at greater depth) 

Spelling/Grammar = 61% (13% at greater depth)

Average scaled score across Y6 (with 100 meaning the average was at expected standard):

Reading= 98  

 Mathematics = 100   

Spelling/Grammar = 102

 

* These figures include EAL new to country children who were working below the level of tests. RaiseOnline data will reflect changes and include 2 children who have had scores upgraded as a result of appeal.