End of Key Stage Results
In their final year at primary school (year six) children undertake national examinations in May known as SATs. These assessments in reading, writing and maths provide some information about the ability of the children in that cohort - who have now left this school. Unfortunately, due to Covid there were no tests in 2020 or 2021. There were tests in 2022 but the data was not for national publication.
In May 2019 we had 21 children in year six and 66% reached the expected standard in reading, writing and maths combined (national 2019 65%). Some children went further and reached higher standard. In 2019 this was 10% of our children. The average scale score for reading was 108 and maths it was 106. Our progress scores are: reading +2.8, writing -0.9 and maths +0.8. These scores are likely to mean the children's performance was at least in the middle 60% of children nationally.
More information on performance data about our school, other schools in the local area (in fact any school in the country) can be found on the Department for Education's website. Please check the date on the data shown on these websites as they are updated more slowly than our school website!