KS1 and KS2 results

Standards and progress at Key Stage 1

Standards on entry to KS1 (From Early Years Foundation Stage)

Standards on entry to the school are below the national average.

65% of children made a Good Level of Development’ (GLD). 

Standards in Phonics at the end of Year 1

Standards in phonics at the of Year 1 are below the national average.

48% of children passed the phonics screening check at the end of Year 1.

Standards at the end of KS1

Standards at the end of year 2 (KS1) are below the national average.

72% of children made the expected standard in Reading.

65% of children made the expected standard in Writing.

68% of children made the expected standard in Maths.

Overall progress throughout KS1

Overall, progress at KS1 is below with the national average.

Progress at KS1 is below  the national average.

 

KS1 reading

Standards in reading are below the average.

72% of children made the expected standard in reading.

KS1 writing

Standards in writing are in-line with the national average.

65% of children made the expected standard in writing.

KS1 mathematics

 

Standards in mathematics are in-line with the national average.

68% of children made the expected standard in maths.

 

Standards and progress at Key Stage 2

Standards at the end of KS2

Standards at the end of year 6 (KS2) are below the national average.

49% of children made the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined which is significantly below the national average (64%).

Overall progress throughout KS2

Overall, progress at KS2 is below the national average.

Progress at KS2 is below the national average.

 

KS2 reading

Standards in reading are below the national average.

62% of children made the expected standard in reading.
11% of children exceeded the expected standard.

KS2 writing

Standards in writing are below the national average.

58% of children made the expected standard in writing.
9% of children exceeded the expected standard.

KS2 mathematics

Standards in mathematics are below the national average.

58% of children made the expected standard in maths.
11% of children exceeded the expected standard.