School Perfomance

School performance

2016 Performance Summary

EYFS

87% of children reached a Good Level of Development at the end of EYFS, which is -

Reaching at least the ‘Expected’ level in the prime areas of learning: personal, social and emotional; physical development; communication and language; maths and literacy

This is higher than the National rate.

Year 1

Phonics pass rate 83%

This is higher than the National rate.

KS1

Reading

Expected or above     87%

Higher level                33%

Writing

Expected or above     63%

Higher level                30%

Maths

Expected or above     83%

Higher level                40%

These figures all exceed National percentages except maths at the Expected or above level, which is in line with National figures.

KS2

Reading                                                          Writing                                               Maths

Expected         74%                                         Expected         77%                             Expected         58%

Higher             23%                                         Higher             19%                             Higher             10%

Average scaled score 104.0                                                                                       Average scaled score 101.6

Expected level combined reading, writing and maths 42%

Reading and writing percentages exceed National figures. Maths is below National figures for attainment because several children missed the pass mark by one point.

Average Progress measure

Reading           3.13

Writing           1.80

Maths             0.08

All progress exceeds National figures although maths is the weakest area and is a focus for school improvement. 

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Important Dates

Tuesday 12th December
Carols By Candlelight

6pm at St Margaret's Church

Thursday 14th December
Infants Christmas Production
Friday 15th December
Reception Nativity
Wednesday 20th December
End of Term 2
Thursday 4th January
School returns
Tuesday 6th February
School Choir visit to O2 Arena to sing with Young Voices
Friday 9th February
Term 3 ends
Tuesday 24th February
Term 4 starts for children

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OFSTED REPORT

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