Test Results

SATS Results for 2015

In the tables below you can see our SATs results for both Key Stage 1 and 2, showing the unvalidated results for 2015 (Academic Year 2014/15).

Key Stage 1 (End of Year 2)

Subject Level 2+ Level 3+
Reading 97% (90%) 30% (32%)
Writing 97% (88%) 27% (18%)
Mathematics 97% (93%) 37% (26%)

National Results are shown in brackets.

Key Stage 2 (End of Year 6)

Subject Level 4+ Level 5+ Level 6
Reading 96% (89%) 73% (48%) 0% (0%)
Writing 96% (87%) 54% (36%) 0% (2%)
Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation 85% (80%) 77% (55%) 8% (4%)
Mathematics 96% (87%) 65% (41%) 12% (9%)

Progress:

Subject Progress
Expected Progress (2 Levels) in Reading 96% (91%)
Expected Progress (2 Levels) in Writing 100% (94%)
Expected Progress (2 Levels) in Mathematics 96% (90%)
More than expected Progress in Reading 48% (33%)
More than expected Progress in Writing 44% (36%)
More than expected Progress in Mathematics 44% (34%)

National Results are shown in brackets.

DfE Website

For further information on our school results see the Department for Education's website (external link).

Phonics Results 2015

Year 1 Phonics Check

Number of pupils Pass % National %
27 (All) 78% 77%
16 (Boys) 80% 73%
11 (Girls) 75% 81%

Year 2 Phonics Re-check

Number of pupils Pass % National %
8 (All) 100% 90%
4 (Boys) 100% 88%
4 (Girls) 100% 92%

Foundation Stage Results 2015

Foundation Stage results are reported as the percentage of pupils making at least expected progress against the Foundation Stage Profile. This is called the Good Level of Development (GLD) and is an average of progress in the five Specific Areas and the two Specific areas of the EYFS curriculum

Number of pupils GLD % Prime + Specific GLD National % Average Point Score National Average Point Score
30 (All) 63% 66% 33.8 34.3
14 (Boys) 71% 59% 33.3 33.1
16 (Girls) 56% 74% 34.2 35.7

School Data Dashboard

Ofsted's School Data Dashboard complements the Ofsted school inspection report by providing an analysis of our school's performance over a three-year period.

Ofsted's School Data Dashboard

Understanding Your Child's Achievement

You may be aware that Levels of Attainment are no longer required as a measure of your child's achievement. We are currently investigating new ways to record attainment and measure progress. During this interim stage, we will update you with any changes and developments as they occur.