In Reception, results are measured on good level of development in the core areas of personal, social and emotional development, physical development, communication and language, Literacy and Maths. To achieve a good level of development a child must achieve expected in all areas. Progress from their starting point is a particular strength with the majority of children making accelerated progress in all areas.

Our Reception data has been a success again, maintaining our results above the national figures.



We have maintained our good KS1 results with the expected remaining above national standards and the high achieving standards continuing to be in line with the national average.

Grammar, Writing and Maths Key Two Stage results were above national standards. We were disappointed that our Reading was below the national expectation which goes against the upward trend. This also impacted on our combined results. Measures have been put in place to prevent this happening again.

I am also very proud of the progress we have achieved in writing and maths which has been a result of the hard work of pupils, parents and staff.

The scaled score average is taken from the average scaled score of the year group. To achieve the expected standard, you are required to achieve a scaled score of 100.

Progress measures are used to measure progress from KS1 to KS2. Whilst our Maths and Writing are in the average band, our Reading was below. However when children who only joined us in Year 5 and 6 were taken out we were in the average band.