**End of KS2 Performance Data – 2022/23**

**Attainment **

At the end of KS2, pupils sit a test in reading, mathematics and SPaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar). Pupils are assessed by their class teacher in writing.

The table below shows the percentage of pupils that achieved the ‘expected standard’ and a ‘high level’.

| School | National |

| 94% | 73% |

| 88% | 71% |

| 88% | 73% |

| 78% | 72% |

| 81% | 60% |

| School | National |

| 47% | 29% |

| 13% | 13% |

| 44% | 24% |

| 22% | 30% |

| 9% | 8% |

**Scaled Scores**

The results are reported using a scaled score, with 100 being the ‘expected standard’. The highest possible score is 120 and the lowest possible score is 80.

| School | National |

| 110 | 105 |

Mathematics | 108 | 104 |

| 105 | 105 |

**Progress Measures**

The Department for Education calculate progress measures using a value-added measure from KS1 to KS2. This value added measure is worked out from the progress made since KS1.

A score of 0 means on average pupils do about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally. If the score is positive, it means that they do better than other pupils with the same prior attainment. If the score is negative, it means that they have performed less well than other pupils with the same prior attainment.

| School |

| 2.2 |

| -0.1 |

| 1.8 |

**End of KS1 Performance Data – 2022/23**

**Attainment**

At the end of KS1, teachers assess each pupil in the areas of reading, writing and mathematics. National Curriculum tests are used to support teachers’ judgements.

The table below shows the percentage of pupils at the ‘expected standard’ and ‘greater depth’.

| School | National |

| 70% | 69% |

| 67% | 61% |

| 73% | 71% |

| School | National |

| 17% | 19% |

| 3% | 8% |

| 13% | 16% |

**End of KS2 Performance Data – 2021/22**

**Attainment **

At the end of KS2, pupils sit a test in reading, mathematics and SPaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar). Pupils are assessed by their class teacher in writing.

The table below shows the percentage of pupils that achieved the ‘expected standard’ and a ‘high level’.

| School | National |

| 94% | 74% |

| 88% | 69% |

| 94% | 71% |

| 94% | 72% |

| 84% | 59% |

| School | National |

| 31% | 28% |

| 16% | 13% |

| 25% | 22% |

| 31% | 28% |

| 6% | 7% |

**Scaled Scores**

The results are reported using a scaled score, with 100 being the ‘expected standard’. The highest possible score is 120 and the lowest possible score is 80.

| School | National |

| 107 | 105 |

| 107 | 105 |

| 107 | 104 |

**Progress Measures**

The Department for Education calculate progress measures using a value-added measure from KS1 to KS2. This value added measure is worked out from the progress made since KS1.

A score of 0 means on average pupils do about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally. If the score is positive, it means that they do better than other pupils with the same prior attainment. If the score is negative, it means that they have performed less well than other pupils with the same prior attainment.

| School |

| 1.0 |

| 2.3 |

| 1.1 |

**End of KS1 Performance Data – 2021/22**

**Attainment**

At the end of KS1, teachers assess each pupil in the areas of reading, writing and mathematics. National Curriculum tests are used to support teachers’ judgements.

The table below shows the percentage of pupils at the ‘expected standard’ and ‘greater depth’.

| School | National |

| 90% | 67% |

| 90% | 58% |

| 83% | 68% |

| School | National |

| 17% | 28% |

| 0% | 13% |

| 21% | 22% |

**End of KS2 Performance Data - 2020-21**

There is no expectation on schools to publish data for 2020-21 due to the cancellation of examinations as a result of school closures during the national lockdown. However, please see below our end of year Teacher Assessment for this academic year:

| School |

| 97% |

| 97% |

| 87% |

| 87% |

| School |

| 53% |

| 13% |

| 37% |

| 13% |

**End of KS2 Performance Data - 2019-20**

There is no expectation on schools to publish data for 2019-20 due to the cancellation of examinations as a result of school closures during the national lockdown. However, please see below our end of year Teacher Assessment for this academic year:

| School |

| 80% |

| 80% |

| 83% |

| 77% |

| School |

| 37% |

| 17% |

| 27% |

| 10% |

**End of KS2 Performance Data – 2018/19**

**Attainment **

At the end of KS2, pupils sit a test in reading, mathematics and SPaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar). Pupils are assessed by their class teacher in writing.

The table below shows the percentage of pupils that achieved the ‘expected standard’ and a ‘high level’.

| School | National |

| 75% | 73% |

| 88% | 78% |

| 84% | 79% |

| 78% | 78% |

| 63% | 65% |

| School | National |

| 34% | 27% |

| 34% | 20% |

| 22% | 27% |

| 50% | 36% |

| 9% | 11% |

**Scaled Scores**

The results are reported using a scaled score, with 100 being the ‘expected standard’. The highest possible score is 120 and the lowest possible score is 80.

| School | National |

| 106 | 104 |

| 108 | 106 |

| 106 | 105 |

**Progress Measures**

The Department for Education calculate progress measures using a value-added measure from KS1 to KS2. This value added measure is worked out from the progress made since KS1.

A score of 0 means on average pupils do about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally. If the score is positive, it means that they do better than other pupils with the same prior attainment. If the score is negative, it means that they have performed less well than other pupils with the same prior attainment.

| School | Rating |

| -0.2 | Average |

| 1.0 | Average |

| -0.7 | Average |

**End of KS1 Performance Data – 2018/19**

**Attainment**

At the end of KS1, teachers assess each pupil in the areas of reading, writing and mathematics. National Curriculum tests are used to support teachers’ judgements.

The table below shows the percentage of pupils at the ‘expected standard’ and ‘greater depth’.

| School | National |

| 90% | 75% |

| 87% | 76% |

| 77% | 69% |

| School | National |

| 33% | 25% |

| 23% | 22% |

| 30% | 15% |

**Year 1 Phonics Screening - Summer 2023**

72% of pupils in Year 1 attained the expected standard in the Phonics Screening Test.

**Year 1 Phonics Screening - Summer 2022**

72% of pupils in Year 1 attained the expected standard in the Phonics Screening Test.

**Year 2 Phonics Screening - Autumn 2021**

90% of pupils in Year 2 attained the expected standard in the Phonics Screening Test.

**Year 2 Phonics Screening - Autumn 2020**

92% of pupils in Year 2 attained the expected standard in the Phonics Screening Test.

**Year 1 Phonics Screening - Summer 2019**

91% of pupils in Year 2 attained the expected standard in the Phonics Screening Test.

**Year 4 MTC - Summer 2023**

75% of pupils achieved 25/25. Mean average score of 24.5.

**Year 4 MTC - Summer 2022**

28% of pupils achieved 25/25 (National was 27%) . Mean average score of 20.4 (National was 19.8).

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