Results

Key Stage Two 2017
In reading, 80% of pupils achieved the expected standard, which measured above national statistics. 23% achieved greater depth standard. Measures from KS1 to KS2 demonstrated that progress was above floor standard with an average scaled score of 104 and progress measure of -1.8.
88% of pupils achieved expected standard in writing, above national statistics.  21% achieved a greater depth standard. Progress from KS1 to KS2 was above the expected floor standards, with a score of -0.4.
In maths, 88% of pupils achieved expected standard, with 43% achieving greater depth standard. Both were above national statistics, as were progress measures from KS1 to KS2, with a score of 0.9. Maths had an average scaled score of 107.
70% of all pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and maths – again above national statistics. 9% achieving greater depth standard in all areas which is in-line with national expectation.

Key Stage One 2017
At the end of Key Stage one, 82% of pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, with 41% achieving greater depth standard. We anticipate these results to again be above national statistics
Within writing 69% of pupils achieving expected standard and 29% respectively, which we anticipate to be broadly in-line with national statistics.
Attainment in maths was 86% of pupils achieving expected standard and 37% achieving greater depth standard, again anticipated to be above national statistics.

Phonics in KS1 2017
90% of our Year One pupils achieved the expected standard for phonics. This has continued to be above national statistics for at least the last three years.
For those pupils in Year Two, 96% of the cohort have achieved the expected standard in phonics, which continues to be above national statistics.

Good level of Development 2017
At the end of EY2 76% our cohort in 2017 achieved the standard.
This compares favourably to last year’s national figure of 69%.

We are delighted for all our students!

 

 

 

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