Data 2015 2016 HEADLINES
End of Early Years Foundation Stage 72% of the cohort achieved a Good Level Development
Year 1 Phonics 72% of the cohort met the required standard
End of Key Stage 1 and 2 Congratulations to Year 2 and Year 6 on their SATS results! The 2016 key stage assessments are the first which assess the new, more challenging national curriculum which was introduced in 2014. New tests and interim frameworks for teacher assessment were introduced part way through the year to reflect the revised curriculum. Results are no longer reported as levels, and each pupil now receives their test results as a scaled score and teacher assessments based on the standards in the interim framework. Because of the changes set out above, figures for 2016 are not comparable to those for earlier years. The expectations for pupils at the end of key stage 2 have been raised; this year nationally 53% of pupils reached the new expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics. We are very proud of the achievement of Year 2 and Year 6; they all worked incredibly hard and should be pleased with their attitude and determination when tackling some really tricky test questions!
Key Stage One (cohort of 28 so each child represents 3.6%). Year 2 national comparative figures have yet to be released.
Reading 75% met the expected standard Writing 64% met the expected standard Maths 64% met the expected standard
Key Stage Two (cohort of 17 one child was absent but still included in the data so each child represented 5.8%) Year 6 National comparative figures have been released and are in brackets .
Reading 65% (66%) met the expected standard. SPAG 65% (72%) met the expected standard. Writing 71% (74%) met the expected standard (externally moderated). Maths 65% (70%) met the expected standard 59% pupils reached the new expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics.
59% of pupils reached the new expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics.