School Performance and Parent Questionnaire


Year 6 SATs Results 2017


 The  2017 SATs results for Year 6 were against new measures for the second time. In progress and attainment we achieved expected or better progress and performed strongly against national average attainment.


Progress Measures

Pupils should achieve zero for expected progress. A + ve progress score indicates that pupils in our school on average achieve better than those pupils nationally who started with similar attainment at Keystage 1. Children performing close to zero illustrate that the vast majority of the class achieved expected or better progress. Pupils with S,E.N.D (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities), in some cases, have shown accelerated progress.


The following were our average progress scores for 2017.

READING       -0.24                   WRITING     +1.56             MATHS    -0.16



Pupils should achieve 100 as a score in each subject except Writing. This doesn't have a scaled score as it is not a test but teacher assessed over a range of writing.


The following are our average standardised scores for 2017:

READING 104.4 (National: 104.1 / Local Authority: 103.7)          

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling G.P.S 106 (National: 106 / Local Authority: Data unavailable)          

MATHS 104.1 (National: 104 / Local Authority: 103)



The following are the % of pupils achieving expected progress against national results.

READING      82% (National 71%)  Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling  

GPS  78%  (National 77%)   WRITING  89% (National 76%)   MATHS 82% (National 75%)  


Percentage of pupils who achieved expected progress in Reading,Writing and Maths. This result has increased by 10% from the previous performance at the end of Year 6. We are currently achieving 17% above the National Average and 29% above the Local Authority.

RWM   78% (Nationa:l 61% / Local Authority: 57%)


Higher attainment

The following are the % of pupils achieving above expected progress against national results

READING 100% (National: 97%) Progress in this area was 2.2. 


WRITING 100% (National 99%)

MATHS 100% (National 98%) Progress in this area was 2.5.

RWM Higher Attainment was 11% (National: 9% / Local Authority: 8%)


Results highlighted in green show a strong performance. All results are above or equal to national except for higher achieving writers. The teacher assessment was conservative this year as we wanted to feel very secure in ensuring that pupils were not over assessed. We moderated our judgments with 3 other schools .


We are very pleased with these results which show that we prepared the pupils well for the new assessments. A full analysis of the pupil performance has been completed for governors and areas identified for school improvement (to make our pupil performance even stronger) are included in our school development plan.


Year 2 SATs Results 2017 

Coming soon


Phonics Screening Results 2017

Following on from previous years, the Phonics Screening outcomes of 2017 were extremely strong in Year 1. There were 20 children in the class and 18 of those achieved a pass mark (92%).  We have no doubt that this excellent foundation created in Early Years and Year 1 will ensure children are confident to decode unfamiliar texts, focusing further on the comprehension required to be a confident reader. Well done to Mrs Clubb and the pupils of Year 1 who worked very hard to achieve this excellent result.


Early Years Outcomes 2017

Coming soon


Our results can be compared with other schools here

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