Ofsted and Results

Our latest Ofsted report graded us as good in all areas.

Information for parents: National Curriculum Assessment results at the end of key stage 1 and 2. These documents explain the SATs results in year 2 and year 6.

2018 Provisional Comparative Results

You can find all our previous reports from Ofsted here. You can also see feedback from some of our parents on the Ofsted Parent View page.


2017 Outcomes

Early Years Foundation Stage

At the end of Reception (Early Years Foundation Stage) 67% of our pupils reached a Good Level of Development (GLD), which was in line with the national figure. Our outcomes at the end of EYFS have significantly improved over the last 3 years.


Key Stage 1

At the end of Year 1, 86% of our pupils met the expected standard in Phonics, which was above the national figure and again shows a significant improvement over the last 3 years.

 

At the end of Year 2, the following percentage of pupils reached the expected standard in Key Stage 1 assessments:

Reading = 69% (below the national figure of 76%)

Writing = 61% (below the national figure of 68%)

Maths = 63% (below with the national figure of 75%)

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined = 56% (below the national figure of 64%)

 

The following percentage of pupils achieved a higher level of attainment:

Reading = 20% (below the national figure of 25%)

Writing = 6% (below the national figure of 16%)

Maths = 27% (above the national figure of 21%)

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined = 6% (below the national figure of 11%)


Key Stage 2

At the end of Year 6, the following percentage of pupils reached the expected standard in Key Stage 2 assessments:


Reading = 60% (below the national figure of 71%)

Writing = 64% (below the national figure of 76%)

Maths = 60% (below the national figure of 75%)

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined = 47% (below the national figure of 61%)

 

The following percentage of pupils achieved a higher level of attainment:

Reading = 13% (below the national figure of 25%)

Writing = 2% (below the national figure of 18%)

Maths = 11% (below the national figure 23%)

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined = 2% (below the national figure of 9%)

 

Pupils’ results are also converted to ‘scaled scores’ in Reading and Maths at the end of KS2. In 2017, our average scaled score was 100.5 in Reading (in line with the expected standard scaled score of 100) and 101.0 in Maths (above the expected standard scaled score of 100).

 

Progress from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2

Progress figures at the end of KS2 show how much children have improved from KS1. In 2017, the cohort progress figures were -2.24 in Reading, -2.13 in Writing and -2.11 in Maths. The national average progress score is 0.0 and therefore in 2017 Year 6 made below average progress in all core subjects.

 

You can see more detail about our Key Stage 2 results in the 

Department for Education's performance tables.