Key Stage Assessment Results

Key Stage Assessment Results

Every year we publish our end of Key Stage assessment results.

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and the disruptions this caused to schools, the government cancelled all statutory testing in primary schools in both 2020 and 2021. Teacher Assessments were completed and these have informed our planning so that we can continue to ensure every child catches up from lost learning and will achieve their potential.

Assessment Results 2019

% of children attaining the expected level for their age (EXS) or exceeding this level (GDS)

Early Years (Reception)

School 2019 National Average 2018
% achieving Good Level of Development (GLD) 85% 71.5%

Phonics

School 2019  National Average 2018
Year 1 87% 82.5%
Year 2 50% 60.8%

 

Key Stage 1 (year 2)

  School 2019  National Average 2018
Writing 70% EXS

16% GDS

69.9% EXS

15.9% GDS

Reading 75% EXS

26% GDS

75.4% EXS

25.6% GDS

Mathematics 76% EXS

22% GDS

76.1% EXS

21.8% GDS

Key Stage 2 (year 6)

  School 2019 test results School 2019 teacher Assessment National average 2018
Writing N/A 73% EXS

7% GDS

78% EXS

19.9% GDS

Grammar, punctuation and spelling 73% EXS

20% GDS

N/A 77.6% EXS

34.4% GDS

Reading 67% EXS

20% GDS

73% EXS

13% GDS

75.3% EXS

28.1% GDS

Mathematics 67% EXS

0% GDS

73 % EXS

0% GDS

75.6% EXS

23.6% GDS

Key Stage 2 progress measures 2019

Writing: -2.1, Reading: -1.9 , Mathematics: -2.6

Key Stage 2 average scaled scores

Reading: 106, Maths: 103, Spelling, punctuation and grammar: 105

Results from Previous Years

As each year we have very small cohorts of children taking statutory assessments, it is always helpful to look at trends and averages over a number of years. Compare school data on the DFE School Performance site.

The three-year trend in Key Stage 2, 2016-2018

School National
Pupils meeting expected standard in reading, writing and maths 67% 60%
Pupils achieving at higher standard in reading, writing and maths 0% 8%
Average score in reading 108 104
Average score in maths 104 104

 

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