You can access the school's performance tables as published by the Department for Education by following this link: www.education.gov.uk . This gives information on the following in comparison with the national average: KS2 Results, Pupil Absence, Finance, School Workforce, and School Characteristics as well as a link to Ofsted.
Information for Parents - KS1 & KS2 Standards and Testing
2016 SATS Results Key Stage 2:
The number of students eligible to take the standardised tests in 2016 was 13, meaning that each child represented 7.7% of the results.
|Pupils meeting expected standard||School|
In 2016, new standards and tests were introduced for end of Key Stage Assessment.
|School Achievement||National Data|
|Reading||100% - 38% at high level||66%|
|Writing||92% - 15% at high level||74%|
|Mathematics||92% - 15% at high level||70%|
|Reading, writing, mathematics combined||85% - 15% at high level||53%|
Average Scaled Score
Grammer, Punctuation & Spelling 105
2016 SATS Results Key Stage 1:
The 20 children assessed at the end of year 2 in 2016.
Pupils working at or above the expected standard
Early Years Foundation Stage
There are 7 areas of learning and experience in the Foundation stage. The first 5 listed are used to assess if a child has a good level of development. In 2016 76% of our pupils achieved a good level of development in all 5 areas.
Results for the EYFS in 2016
|Area of Development||Good Level||Exceeding|
|Personal Social and Emotional Development||95%||0%|
|Communication and language||86%||14%|
|(understanding the world)||95%||0%|
|(expressive art and design)||95%||0%|