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School Outcomes 2017

EYFS

80% of pupils achieved a good level of development

Phonics Screening Check

90%

Key Stage One Results

Reading 90% of pupils met age related expectations Writing 80% of pupils met age related expectations Maths 83% of pupil met age related expectations

Key Stage Two Results

Reading 83% of pupils met age related expectations (National 71%) Achieving Higher Standard 40% Writing 83% of pupils met age related expectations (National 76%) Achieving Higher Standard 13% GPS 93% of pupils met age related expectations (National 77%) Achieving Higher Standard 50% Maths 97% of pupils met age related expectations (National 75%) Achieving Higher Standard 60% Reading, Writing and Maths Combined 77% of pupil met age related expectations (National 61%)

Average Progress between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2

Reading 0.7 Writing -1.5 Maths 4.4

Average Scaled Scores

Subject School National
Reading 108 103 (2016)
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 111 104 (2016)
Mathematics 110 103 (2016)
 

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