Primary School

Key Stage Two Results 2017

Results in 2017 were particularly strong in maths with progress levels that put our school in the top 12% of schools nationally!

Progress in writing was also impressive with our school finishing in the 31st centile (top 31% of all schools).

Reading progress was broadly in line with national average and this is an area we will continue to work to improve in 2017-18.


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English, Grammar and Punctuation Test

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Percentage of Children Reaching the Expected Standards in Reading, Writing and Mathematics Combined

The table shows we were 6% above national average which shows good progress based on the starting points of this cohort.

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