Primary School

Key Stage 2

Children in Year six complete SATs before they leave for secondary school. Last year (2016) their results were as follows:

The percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics reading-writing-mathematics

At 50% we were marginally below the national average (52%)  for the percentage of pupils achieving expected standard in reading, writing and maths combined.  Three of our pupils achieved a scale score of 99 in reading which meant they were both 1 mark away from achieving the combined measure. These three pupils would have increased our combined score to 60% which would have been comfortably above national.  Our progress measure was just above national average (+0.3) for maths and reading.

Average progress in mathematics

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mathsVery close to national – building on outstanding 2015 maths outcomes to continue to close gap with national.



Average progress in reading

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readingThe upward trend shows that our school continued to close the gap with national figures.
Three pupils missed standard by 1 mark – had they been successful we would have been exactly in line with national at 66%.


Average progress in grammar, punctuation and spelling

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spagWe actually exceeded national in SPAG, again continuing our upward trend whilst national dipped.



Average progress in writing

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writingOur writing outcomes were very close to national.  The steep downward trend from 2015 mirrors national and is due to the government significantly increasing the expectations a pupil must meet to reach expected standard.



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