Exam and Assessment Result

We are proud of our children’s achievements and the standard they reach when they leave school. Whilst exams are certainly not the be all for our school, we do expect the children to push themselves academically and we expect all children to realise their full potential.

Our performance at the end of Key Stage 2 (National average shown in brackets)

Reading:
Average scaled score: 106 (104.4)
Percentage of pupils achieving expected standard or above: 85% (73%)
Percentage of pupils achieving a high standard: 29% (27%)

Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation:
Average scaled score: 104.4 (106.3)
Percentage of pupils achieving expected standard or above: 79% (78%)
Percentage of pupils achieving a high standard: 26% (36%)

Writing:
Percentage of pupils achieving expected standard or above: 85% (78%)
Percentage of pupils achieving a high standard: 26% (20.2%)

Maths:
Average scaled score: 105.68 (105)
Percentage of pupils achieving expected standard or above: 88% (79%)
Percentage of pupils achieving a high standard: 21% (27%)

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined:
The percentage of children achieving the expected standard or better in reading, writing and maths:
82%% (65%)
The percentage of children achieving a high level of attainment in reading, writing and maths: 15%
(11%)

Progress:
DfE expected progress is measured by the average progress made nationally by pupils with similar starting points at KS1, expressed as 0; a minus score is less than expected progress, a plus score is better than expected progress. The DfE ‘floor’ standard for progress in 2016 was at least -5 in English reading, -7 in English writing and -5 in mathematics.

Reading average progress score: +1.3
Writing average progress score: +1.1
Maths average progress score: +0.5