We carry out the following statutory assessments:

  • Reception Foundation Stage Profile – Good Level of Development
  • Year 1 Phonics Screening Check
  • Year 2 Standard Assessment Tasks (SATS)
  • Year 6 Standard Assessment Tasks (SATS)

You can find out more about our school performance by visiting the Department for Education website

Guidance to the 2106 SATs results can be found in the Information for parents: Results from the 2016 national curriculum assessments at the end of key stage 2 booklet published by the Standards and Testing Agency.

Standards and Performance – Key Stage 2

At the end of Year 6, children were tested in English and Maths and are expected to reach level 4 or higher in their Key Stage 2 SATs. We have had consistently high results for a number of years.

 201320142015National Average 2015
Level 4+
Reading100%98%100%89%
Grammar Punctuation & Spelling (GPS)100%86%98%80%
Writing96%95%94%87%
Maths100%98%100%87%
Level 5+
Reading82%70%89%48%
GPS76%63%87%n/a
Writing52%59%51%42%
Maths70%75%81%41%
Level 6
Reading2%0%2%n/a
GPS2%16%15%n/a
Writing14%11%6%n/a
Maths8%26%23%n/a

Standards and Performance – Key Stage 1

At the end of year 2, children were tested in Reading, Writing and Maths and are expected to reach level 2b in their Key Stage 1 SATs.

 201320142015National Average 2015
2c+
Reading86%91%87%n/a
Writing79%90%88%n/a
Maths89%96%89%n/a
2b+
Reading75%81%81%82%
Writing62%73%75%72%
Maths75%79%79%82%
3+
Reading29%35%31%n/a
Writing17%22%21%n/a
Maths22%17%23%n/a

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check

The phonics screening check is a compulsory test for all Year 1 pupils in maintained schools, academies and Free Schools. It is a short, light-touch assessment to confirm whether individual children have learnt phonic decoding to an appropriate standard.

 201320142015National Average 2015
Working Towards Expected Level31%29%21%23%
Working at Expected Level69%71%79%77%

Standards and Performance – Early Years Foundation Stage

Children are assessed as having reached a good level of development at the end of the EYFS if they achieve at least the expected level in: the early learning goals in the prime areas of learning (personal, social and emotional development; physical development; and communication and language) and; the early learning goals in the specific areas of mathematics and literacy.

 201320142015National Average 2015
Good Level of Development38%58%70%66%
Average Total Points29.332.132.634.3