Welcome to our pupil outcomes page. Primary schools have to report outcomes at the end of Early Years Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. We also publish the results of the Year 1 Phonics Check. In 2020 a Multiplication Test will be introduced for year Y4 pupils.

In 2019 our children achieved excellent grades. Our pupils’ recorded outcomes are usually above national and local averages according to the vast majority of measures. We aim to continue that trend in 2020.

END OF EARLY YEARS FOUNDATION STAGE 2019
Pupils Achieving a Good Level of Development
78.5% (National Average 71.8%)
Although nearly 7% above the national average our children normally achieve even better than this and we predict a significant improvement in 2020

END OF KS1 OUTCOMES 2019
Pupils Meeting the Expected Standard in Reading, Writing and Mathematics
87% (National Average 65%)

Pupil Exceeding the Expected Standard in Reading, Writing and Mathematics
30% (National Average 11%)
These outstanding outcomes were very similar to the previous year. The wide gap between our pupils’ attainment and the national averages indicates that standards in KS1 are significantly high.

YEAR 1 PHONICS CHECK 2019
90% (National Average 82%)
We are pleased to see improvements to our teaching of phonics in EYFS and KS1 having a positive impact on pupils’ achievements in this test which resulted in outcomes 8% above the national norm.

END OF KS2 OUTCOMES 2019
Pupils Meeting the Expected Standard in Reading, Writing and Mathematics
79% (National Average 65%)
Yet again pupils from our school exceeded the national average for the Expected standard for their age; in 2019 this was by 14%.

Pupil Exceeding the Expected Standard in Reading, Writing and Mathematics
9% (National Average 10.5%)
However, our pupils slipped 1% below the national figure for the higher grade of GDS and this is something that we are confident will be significantly improved on in 2020.

END OF KS2 PROGRESS DATA 2019
This measure looks at whether children have progressed as expected based on their performance at the End of KS1.
Progress in Reading KS1 – KS2 = In line with National Averages
Progress in Writing KS1 – KS2 = In line with National Averages
Progress in Mathematics KS1 – KS2 = Below National Averages
The lower grade in mathematics has never occurred before and we are confident that we will improve on it in 2020 by ensuring that an increased number of our more-able children achieve the higher grade of GDS.

The link below will take you to the DfE’s Performance Tables.

Click on the image below to view our results.

Test Results