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We are very proud of the progress that our children make at our school and of the standards they achieve. 

Key Stage Two Results 2016

In 2016 there were 7 children in our KS2 cohort.

 

KS2 Test Results

 

School

National

% of pupils achieving Expected Standard or above in Reading

86%

66%

% of pupils achieving Greater Depth (high level of attainment) in Reading

57%

19%

% of pupils achieving Expected Standard or above in Writing

57%

74%

% of pupils achieving Greater Depth (high level of attainment) in Writing

0%

15%

% of pupils achieving Expected Standard or above in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

71%

72%

% of pupils achieving Greater Depth (high level of attainment) in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

29%

22%

% of pupils achieving Expected Standard or above in Mathematics

71%

70%

% of pupils achieving Greater Depth (high level of attainment) in Mathematics

57%

17%

Average Scaled Score for Reading

 

110.7

102.6

Average Scaled Score for Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar.

106.3

104.0

Average Scaled Score for Mathematics

 

105.7

103.0

Average progress score in Reading

 

5.94

 

Average progress score in Writing

 

-4.90

 

Average progress score in Mathematics

 

0.85

 

 
The primary school performance tables give information on school performance for pupils at the end of key stage 2 (KS2) of the national curriculum, showing how KS2 results compare with other schools in a local authority area and in England as a whole. They also provide information on pupil absence, school finance, school workforce and Ofsted inspection results. Click here for a link to the DfE Performance Tables

Key Stage Two Results 2015

In 2014 there were 7 children in our KS2 group

 

KS2 Test Results

% of pupils achieving Level 4 or above in KS2 Reading

 

100%

% of pupils achieving Level 5 in KS2 Reading

 

57%

% of pupils achieving Level 4 or above in KS2 Writing

 

86%

% of pupils achieving Level 5 in KS2 Writing

 

57%

% of pupils achieving Level 4 or above in KS2 Mathematics

 

100%

% of pupils achieving Level 5 in KS2 Mathematics

 

57%

% of pupils achieving Level 6 in KS2 Mathematics

 

14%

% of pupils achieving 2+ levels of progress in Reading

 

100%

% of pupils achieving 2+ levels of progress in Writing

 

100%

% of pupils achieving 2+ levles of progress in Mathematics

 

100%
The primary school performance tables give information on school performance for pupils at the end of key stage 2 (KS2) of the national curriculum, showing how KS2 results compare with other schools in a local authority area and in England as a whole. They also provide information on pupil absence, school finance, school workforce and Ofsted inspection results. Click here for a link to the DfE Performance Tables

Key Stage Two Results 2014

In 2014 there were 6 children in our KS2 group

 

KS2 Test Results

% of pupils achieving Level 4 or above in KS2 Reading

 

83%

% of pupils achieving Level 5 in KS2 Reading

 

50%

% of pupils achieving Level 4 or above in KS2 Writing

 

83%

% of pupils achieving Level 5 in KS2 Writing

 

17%

% of pupils achieving Level 4 or above in KS2 Mathematics

 

83%

% of pupils achieving Level 5 in KS2 Mathematics

 

33%

% of pupils achieving 2+ levels of progress in English

 

83%

% of pupils achieving 2+ levels of mathematics

 

83%

The primary school performance tables give information on school performance for pupils at the end of key stage 2 (KS2) of the national curriculum, showing how KS2 results compare with other schools in a local authority area and in England as a whole. They also provide information on pupil absence, school finance, school workforce and Ofsted inspection results. Click here for a link to the DfE Performance Tables

Key Stage Two Results 2013

In 2013 there were 7 children in our KS2 group

 

KS2 Test Results

% of pupils achieving Level 4 or above in KS2 Reading

 

100%

% of pupils achieving Level 5 in KS2 Reading

 

86%

% of pupils achieving Level 4 or above in KS2 Writing

 

100%

% of pupils achieving Level 5 in KS2 Writing

 

29%

% of pupils achieving Level 4 or above in KS2 Mathematics

 

100%

% of pupils achieving Level 5 in KS2 Mathematics

 

57%

% of pupils achieving 2+ levels of progress in English

 

100%

% of pupils achieving 2+ levels of mathematics

 

100%

The National Curriculum Levels

From Year 1 in their school life, all children are assessed against the National Curriculum Levels; children in Foundation Stage are assessed against the Foundation Stage Profile. This is how the National Curriculum Levels build up:

 

1c 1b 1a 2c 2b 2a 3c 3b 3a 4c 4b 4a 5c 5b 5a

 

The table below shows which level average children should be achieving in each year group.  

  • Level 2b is the level expected nationally of the average child at the end of Key Stage 1 (Year 2)
  • Level 4b is the level expected nationally of an average child at the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6).

 

Some children need more consolidation in their learning, some develop more quickly. Some experience blips along the way, and some need to consolidate their learning at various stages, often at the beginning of a new Key Stage. Children need to consolidate the early building blocks of learning to enable them to learn better as they near the upper end of the school.

 

The children are in primary school for seven years and these levels are a guide to their progress. We aim for the children to achieve the best they can but also to have a broad and balanced education that will help them to become responsible individuals who are aware of their role in society and how they can make a useful contribution to it.