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Performance

You can view the data about our school on  the Department for Education Performance Tables website here.

Assessment

The school’s belief is that assessment is not a singular activity; it is about measurement of performance at a given point in time and over time. It is a means of obtaining information that can be used to promote future learning. In our assessment procedures we recognise the individuality of all children, taking a positive view and recognising that praise and success are great motivators in the learning process.

We have high expectations of the pupils and use data to monitor performance and to inform our planning. Children are taught to evaluate their own and their peers’ work so that they can understand what they have achieved and what they need to work on.

Pupils progress and attainment is regularly tracked throughout the school. All pupils’ progress is reviewed by class teachers alongside a member of the Leadership Team at timetabled Pupil Progress Meetings, in which particular groups of children are looked at in detail (e.g. children whose progress or attainment are causing concern).

Below are our Assessment Results for 2016

Progress through Key Stage 2:

Reading value-added progress indicator 1.6%

Writing value-added progress indicator 2.0%

Maths value-added progress indicator 1.9%

End of Key Stage 1:
79% Working at the expected standard in Reading 

40% Working at the higher standard in Reading 

73% Working at the expected standard in Writing

29% Working at the higher standard in Writing

73% Working at the expected standard in Maths

39% Working at the higher standard in Maths

Y1 phonics pass: 79%

Foundation Stage 2016:
Achieving the 'Good Level of Development' measure: 76%