Important Message
Parents' Information

Pupils make substantial and sustained progress from their various starting points. By the time they leave key stage 1, a signifcantly high proportion of pupils have made good and outstanding progress in reading, writing and mathematics.

Ofsted, 2017

Good level of development

In 2017, 81% of our reception pupils achieved the good level of development at the end of the early years foundation stage compared to 71% of pupils nationally and 68% of pupils locally.

Phonics screening check

In 2017, 88% of our year one pupils achieved the expected standard in the phonics screening check at the end of year one compared 81% of pupils nationally and 78% of pupils locally.

In 2017, 100% of pupils achieved the expected standard in the phonics screening check by the end of key stage one compared to 91% of pupils nationally.

Key Stage One Outcomes

Pupils achieving the expected standard for their age

In 2017:

  • 92% of our year two pupils achieved the expected standard in reading at the end of key stage one compared to 76% of pupils nationally and 70% of pupils locally
  • 90% of our year two pupils achieved the expected standard in writing at the end of key stage one compared to 68% of pupils nationally and 62% of pupils locally
  • 90% of our year two pupils achieved the expected standard in mathematics at the end of key stage one compared to 75% of pupils nationally and 69% of pupils locally
  • 86% of our year two pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics combined at the end of key stage one compared to 64% nationally

Pupils achieving the higher standard for their age

In 2017:

  • 46% of our year two pupils achieved the higher standard in reading at the end of key stage one compared to 25% of pupils nationally and 23% of pupils locally
  • 32% of our year two pupils achieved the higher standard in writing at the end of key stage one compared to 16% of pupils nationally and 12% of pupils locally
  • 37% of our year two pupils achieved the higher standard in mathematics at the end of key stage one compared to 21% of pupils nationally and 17% of pupils locally
  • 24% of our year two pupils achieved the higher standard in reading, writing and mathematics combined at the end of key stage one compared to 11% nationally

School and Local Statistics

Each year the Department for Education produces data relating to attendance, Special Educational Needs (SEN), English as an additional language (EAL), spend per pupil and the school workforce for every school.

School and Local Statistics