Achievement data

In its most recent inspection in 2012, Ofsted recognised Pupil Achievement as Outstanding. From often below average and varied levels of entry in the Early Years, children make rapid progress in their learning, so that by the end of Key Stage Two, when they leave primary school, the majority of pupils are achieving at levels well above national averages.

The SATs results for 2015 are shown below:

 Key Stage One

% children achieving
Level 2 or above
at our school

 % children achieving
Level 2 or above
nationally
 % children achieving
Level 3
at our school

% children achieving
Level 3
nationally

Reading 93% 90% 40% 32%
Writing  90%  88% 20%  18%
Maths  97%  88%  27%  26%
         
Key Stage Two % children achieving
Level 4 or above
at our school
% children achieving
Level 4 or above
nationally
% children achieving
Level 5 or above

at our school
% children achieving
Level 5 or above

nationally
Reading  90% 89% 62% 48%
Writing 90% 87% 38% 36%
SPAG* test 86% 80% 72% 55%
Maths 90% 87% 52% 41%

*SPAG = Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar