Performance Data


In 2016 the Department for Education changed the end of KS1 assessment arrangements. Children are now assessed as to whether they are at the expected standard for their age group and hence their assessment results are identified as being below, at or above (known as greater depth) the national expected standard. The table shows the percentage of children achieving expected or above for each subject in 2016.

 

School

Essex

National

Reading

86.7%

76.9%

74.1%

Writing

78.7%

68.1%

65.5%

Maths

82.7%

74.4%

72.6%

Science

96%

82.9%

81.8%


The table below shows the percentage of children achieving greater depth standard for each subject in 2016 (science is not assessed in this way). 

 

School

Essex

National

Reading

42.7%

28%

24%

Writing

26.7%

16%

13%

Mathematics

34.7%

21%

18%


Of course the results are extremely important, but it is equally (if not more) important to give thanks for each of our individual children, their own progress and development is more than a percentage, it is how they strive to 'Let their little light shine' in all that they do. Every child in our school has done that in their own way and we, as a staff, are proud of them all.


Please click here to go to the Department for Education Performance Table for our school.


The table below gives our KS1 data for the percentage number of children who achieved level 2 and above and level 3 and above in 2014 and 2015.  

Subject School 2014
Level 2+
School 2014
Level 3+
School 2015
Level 2+
School 2015
Level 3+
National 2015
Level 2+
National 2015
Level 3+
Speaking &
Listening
974399479025
Reading974997519132
Writing972497198818
Maths973599329326
Science1004399459123