School Outcomes 2023

EYFS

The chart below shows the percentage of pupils who achived a good level of development at the end of Reception.

% Achieving a Good Level of Development
202380
202284
201983

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check

The chart below shows the percentage of pupils who reached the expected standard in the Year 1 Phonics Check.

% Reaching the Expected Standard
202390
202271
201994

Key Stage One Results

The chart below shows the percentage of children who reached the expected standard or above, the percentage of pupils who reached the higher standard in reading, writing and maths and also in all three subjects combined.

ReadingWritingMaths Science
%EXS+/GDS %EXs+/GDS %EXS+/GDS%EXS
2023 72/1766/393/1072
202277/071/371/371
2019 74/2674/1677/1997

Year 4 Multiplication Check

The chart below shows the percentage of pupils who scored full marks (25/25) in the Y4 Multiplication Check and also what the average score was for the whole group.

%Full Marks (25/25)Average Score
2023 School5222.9
2022 School7124.2

Key Stage 2 Results

The chart below shows the percentage of children who reached the expected standard or above, the percentage of pupils who reached the higher standard in reading writing and maths and also in all three subjects combined. The chart also shows the details for grammar, punctuation and spelling.

ReadingWritingMaths RWM
%EXS+/GDS%EXs+/GDS %EXS+/GDS%EXS+/GDS
202384/4294/2387/3977/19
2022 90/ 3390/2087/3877/7
2019 80/4383/1793/4377/13

Key Stage 2 Progress Score Year 2 to Year 6

The chart below shows the amount of progress pupils made in reading, writing and maths and also the average scaled score for reading and maths

Reading
Progress/scaled score
Writing
Progress
Maths
Progress/scaled score
2023 1.4/106 3.7 3.6/107
2022 1.6/107 2.7 2.5/107
2019 1.4/107-0.5 2.2/108

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