In our school children undertake national assessments at the following times:
- At the end of their first year in school (Reception) which is the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).
- At the end of Year 1 in phonics (and again at the end of Year 2 if they do not reach the necessary level at the end of Year 1).
- At the end of Key Stage 1 when they have completed Year 2.
- At the end of Key Stage 2 when they have completed Year 6.
Our most recent results are for 2016 and our results were as follows:
Early Years Foundation Stage 2016
50% of this group came into school overall at expected or higher levels. At the end of the year 57% achieved an overall Good Level of Development.
In Reading 73% achieved the expected level or higher.
In Writing 58% achieved the expected level or higher.
In Number 66% achieved the expected level or higher.
55% of children in Year 1 achieved or exceeded the expected level.
50% of children in Year 2 who re-sat the test or who took it for the first time achieved or exceeded the expected level.
Key Stage 1 2016
Children at the end of Year 2 achieved the following:
84% achieved or exceeded the expected level in Reading.
76% achieved or exceeded the expected level in Writing.
80% achieved or exceeded the expected level in Mathematics.
Key Stage 2 2016
Children at the end of Year 6 achieved the following:
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Test
Reading and Writing and Mathematics Combined
Achieved expected level
Achieved above the expected level
Progress measures from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 are provisional until confirmed in December 2016 but are estimated to be as follows:
Average scaled score in Reading 100
Average scaled score in Mathematics 100
Average scaled score in Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling 101
Average progress in Reading -4.4
Average progress in Writing -3.1
Average progress in Mathematics -4.5