Performance tables


2019 OutcomesNational
EYFSGood level of development76%
PhonicsY1 Phonics81%
Y2 Phonics100%
Cumulative100%
KS1 @ expectedReading75%76%
Writing68%70%
Maths72%77%
Combined63%
Progress in relation to national
KS2 ProgressReading-3.0
Writing-1.0
Maths-0.4
KS2 @ expectedCombined50%65%
Reading57%73%
Writing74%78%
Grammar, punctuation and spelling76%
Maths76%79%
KS2 above expectedReading14%
Writing21%
Grammar, punctuation and spelling24%
Maths16%
KS2 Standardised ScoreReading101.8104
Grammar, punctuation and spelling106.6106
Maths104.6105

Standardised Scores:  are an average of all the children's test scores. They demonstrate how well a school is doing in each subject area.  

KS2 Progress:  measures the progress from end of KS1 to the end of KS2.  A score of 0.0 demonstrates that a school is performing as well as other schools with similar data at KS1.  If the score is higher than 0.0 it shows that the school is performing better than some similar schools, if lower, then it isn't performing as well as some schools.  

Department for Education school performance tables

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