Our School's Results 2015
As with all small schools,the results you see are based on a small number of children in each year group and the size of this year group often varies each year. As a consequence, for example, in a year when there are 10 children in the group each child is worth 10%. Whilst another year, with a larger cohort, the percentage each child represents is less. Therefore the data for one year should be considered as an indictor of trends.
For 3 years of trend information look at the Ofsted Data Dashboard
Our results have consistantly met and exceeded all floor targets set by DFE.
Phonics Screening at end of Year 1
Key stage 1 assessment 2015
Key Stage 2 results 2015
Level 4 is the national expectation for 11 year olds
100% level 4B or better in Reading, Maths test, and Writing - this is above the national average
100% level 5 reading -this is above the national average
100% of pupils made 2+ levels of progress and a significant number made 3 levels progress in all subjects - this is above the national average
100% of pupils achieved level 4 in maths - this is above the national average and 90% achieved level 5
The KS2 data is based on 10 children and analysis shows that both attainment and progress for all children is at least good and often outstanding in both English and Mathematics