Ofsted and Results

Please find below two copies of the Ofsted report following the recent visit. One is the original report and one is highlighted for ease of reading to indicate positive comments and any areas for improvement. If you would like a paper copy, please ask at the office. 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.

National Curriculum Assessment

These documents from the Standards and Testing Agency explain the SATs results in year 2 and year 6.

Early Years Foundation Stage

At the end of Reception (Early Years Foundation Stage) 58% of our pupils reached a Good Level of Development (GLD), which is below the national figure of 72%. 


Key Stage 1

At the end of Year 1, 79% of our pupils met the expected standard in phonics, which is below the national figure of 83%.

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

Clifton Green National figure
Reading 66% 76%
Writing 62% 70%
Maths 64% 76%
Combined 55% 65%

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

Clifton Green National Figure
Reading 15% 26%
Writing 9% 16%
Maths 17% 22%
Combined 4% 12%


Key Stage 2

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

Clifton Green National Figure
Reading 63% 75%
Writing 65% 78%
Maths 56% 75%
Combined 42% 64%

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

Clifton Green National Figure
Reading 12% 28%
Writing 12% 20%
Maths 12% 23%
Combined 7% 10%

Pupils’ results are also converted to ‘scaled scores’ in reading and maths at the end of Key Stage 2. In 2018 our average scaled score was 100.8 in reading and 100.2 in maths, slightly above the expected standard scaled score of 100.


Progress from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2

Progress figures at the end of Key Stage 2 show how much children have improved from Key Stage 1. In 2018, the cohort progress figures were -1.2 in reading, -0.4 in writing and -1.8 in maths. The national average progress score is 0.0 and therefore in 2018 Year 6 made below average progress in all core subjects. However, each of these figures have improved from 2017. 

You can see more detail about our Key Stage 2 results in the Department for Education's performance tables.


2018 Outcomes

Key Stage 1 & 2 Comparative Reports 2018