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Reception

 

  • In 2015-16, 100% of children (11/11) achieved a Good Level of Development, compared with 69% nationally.  
  • In 2014-15, 78% of children (7/9) achieved a Good Level of Development, compared with 66% nationally.
  • In 2013-14, 92% of children (12/13) achieved a Good Level of Development, compared with 60% nationally.

 

Year 1 National Phonics Screening Check

In 2015-16, 100% of children (9/9) were at the expected standard, compared with 81% nationally.

 

  • In 2014-15, 88% of children (14/16) were at the expected standard, compared with 77% nationally.
  • In 2013-14, 100% of children (8/8) were at the expected standard, compared with 74% nationally.

 

 

End of Key Stage 1

In 2015-16, children in Year 2 took a new set of tests, alongside teacher assessment based on the Interim Assessment Framework.

 

  • 81% of children achieved the expected standard in Reading, compared with 74% nationally.
  • 69% of children achieved the expected standard in Writing, compared with 66% nationally.
  • 88% of children achieved the expected standard in Maths, compared with 73% nationally.

 

 

End of Key Stage 2

In 2015-16, children in Year 6 took a new set of tests in Reading, Maths and Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling (GPS), alongside teacher assessment for Writing based on the Interim Assessment Framework.

 

  • 67% of children (6/9) achieved the expected standard in Reading, compared with 66% nationally.  The average scaled score was 106, compared with 103 nationally.
  • 78% of children (7/9) achieved the expected standard in Writing, compared with 73% nationally.
  • 67% of children (6/9) achieved the expected standard in GPS, compared with 72% nationally.  The average scaled score was 103, compared with 104 nationally.
  • 67% of children (6/9) achieved the expected standard in Maths, compared with 70% nationally.  The average scaled score was 102, compared with 103 nationally.
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