Home Page

Attainment and Achievement

The tests taken at the end of each Key Stage show the proportion of pupils reaching the
expected levels in English and maths each year.


Of course every pupil's individual circumstances vary and this can have an impact on their
performance, for example pupils new to the country or speaking English as a
second language are less likely to reach the expected levels than those who
have been in the school since Nursery. For this reason a school's performance
measures both the pupils’ progress and their final results.




In 2014-15 pupils in year 2 made good progress from their starting points on entry to the school.




     2015 national Av L2+   


        2014 national Av L3        






Writing 90% 88% 86% 18%
Maths 93% 93% 92% 26%
Phonics check Y1 88% reached expected level  77%    
Phonics retake check Y2

95% reached expected level



Keystage 2

In 2014-15 pupils in year 6 made excellent progress from their baselines. Several children who were significantly below national averages at the end of Key Stage 1, achieved results that were broadly in line with national averages in most areas. Pupils of all abilities and backgrounds had a great deal to feel proud of.


This graph shows how many children made progress that was better than expected based on the children’s attainment at the end of Year 2. The yellow dots represent children who are eligble for the pupil premium grant and the blue squares represent those who are not eligible for PPG.


The attainment of these pupils was above national averages in all subjects (and equal to national in L5 writing).


  L4+ school Level 4+ national Level 5+ school Level 5+ national
Reading  94 89  69  49 
Writing  94  85 33  33 
SPaG*  94  76 64  52
Maths 97  86


(*25% L6)



*SPaG = Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation.

More information about our performance can be found on the school performance tables at