Assessment

According to statutory requirements, children are formally tested (SATs) towards the end of Year 6 in English and Mathematics. They are also teacher assessed towards the end of Year 2 for English, Mathematics and Science.

Children are also given a statutory Phonics test at the end of year 1.

We carefully and continuously monitor your child's progress and development as they go from week to week, term to term and year to year in order to ensure excellent progress across all areas of the curriculum.

 Each term the class teachers will meet with the SENCo and the Headteacher to discuss every child in that class.  The discussion will be about the child's classroom attitude, effort and attainment and any specific needs they have.

 In the Autumn and Spring terms, parents and carers are invited to meet with their child’s teacher to discuss progress, development and targets.  In the Summer term, instead of the meetings, pupils' end of year reports are sent home and parents are invited to make an appointment if there is anything specific they need to discuss.

 The end of year report will give you information on your child’s progress and achievement in school in three key areas:

  •  if your child appears happy in school and how he/she behaves
  • how he/she is getting on in English, Mathematics, and in the other subject areas

  • how you might be able to help your child to do better in school


KS2 Exam Data

KS2 Assessment Data 2016

 

  • % of pupils who were at Expected Standard or higher in Reading 78%

  • % of pupils who were at Expected Standard or higher in Writing 89%

  • % of pupils who were at Expected Standard or higher in Maths  56%

  • % of pupils who were at Expected Standard or higher in Reading, Writing and Maths 44%

  • Average Progress in Reading, 77%

  • Average Progress in Writing 77%

  • Average Progress in Maths 66%

  • Average Scaled Score in Reading 105.1

  • Average Scaled Score in Maths 101.3

  • % of Higher level attainment  in Reading 22%

  • % of Higher level attainment  in Writing 44%

  • % of Higher level attainment  in Maths 11%

  • % of Higher level attainment  in Reading, Writing and Maths 11%