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School Performance Data

Please find below the results of the statutory assessments that are carried out at the end of each Key Stage as well as the Phonics and Multiplication checks. Data on how well children achieved nationally will be available for comparison in the autumn of 2024. For now, we have used the National Data for 2023 as our comparison.

Early Years Foundation Stage

 Teachers assess children in each of the areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile. Children are deemed to have attained a ‘Good Level of Development’ (GLD) if they have reached at least the expected standard in all of their Prime areas of development as well as the specific areas of Literacy and Maths. 


School (July 2024)


(July 2023) 

Percentage of pupils attaining the ‘Good Level of Development’ measure   67.2%
Children at expected level across all early learning goals   65.6%
KS1 Phonics Screening Check

The check is designed to give teachers and parents information on how children are progressing in phonics, and assesses whether they have reached the required standard in phonics skills and knowledge. Children who have not yet met the standard at the end of Y1 will be screened again at the end of Y2.

  School (July 2024)     National (July 2023)
Children reaching the required standard in phonics in Year 1   79%
Children reaching the required standard in phonics by end of Year 2   89%





KS1 (end of Y2) Teacher Assessment Data

The National SATs results record the percentage of pupils nationally who have met ‘the expected standard’ in the subject.

  School  National  School  National  School  National 
  Reading   Writing   Maths  
Working below expected/Pre KS            
Working at Expected            
Working at Above Expected standard            
Total % working at or above expected   68%   60%   70%



Year 4 Multiplication Tables Check

The purpose of the check is to determine whether a child can fluently recall their times tables up to 12. There is no pass mark for this check, instead the average score is used for national comparison.

  School (July 2024)        National (July 2023)
Average score (all pupils)    20
% of pupils achieving 25 correct answers (full marks)   29%





KS2 (end of Y6)  Data


  Reading Writing GPS   Maths
% Achieving expected standard        
% Achieving high level of attainment        
Average test scaled score (100 = Expected)        


Other School Inspection Information:

Please click on the links on the left side of this page to access our Ofsted and RE Inspection Reports.

You can also view information on the School’s performance from the Department for Education here.

“The government will not publish KS2 school level data for the 2021 to 2022 academic year. The last available public data is from the 2018 to 2019 academic year. It is important to note that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance.”