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National Assessment Results

We are very proud of our latest
national assessment results shown
below for end of Reception, Year 1, Key
Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.

 

Reception

At the end of Reception, children are expected to achieve what is described as a 'Good Level of Development'. 

GLD is defined as children working at the expected standard or exceeding the expected standard in the key areas of literacy, maths, physical development, communication and language and personal, social and emotional development.

The National % is shown in brackets in the table below.

  2018
(national outcome in brackets)
2019
(national outcome in brackets)
2020-2021
COVID school closures  = no data
2022
(provisional national outcome in brackets)
Reception GLD 78%
(72%)
83%
(72%)
  63%
(65%)
 

Year 1

At the end of Year 1 children's knowledge and understanding of phonics is tested using national standardised tests.  

The National % is shown in brackets in the table below.

  2018
(national outcome in brackets)
2019
(national outcome in brackets)
2020-2021
COVID school closures  = no data
2022
(provisional national outcome in brackets)
Year 1 Phonics 94%
(83%)
93%
(82%)
  82%
(76%)

 

End of Key Stage 1 (Year 2) outcomes

At the end of Year 2 children’s skills in Reading, Writing and Maths are assessed using national Standardised Assessment Tests (SATs).  

The National % is shown in brackets in the table below. 

  2018
(national outcome in brackets)
2019
(national outcome in brackets)
2020-2021
COVID school closures  = no data
2022
(national outcome in brackets)
Reading
expected +
85%
(75%)
82%
(75%)
  76%
(67%)
Reading
greater depth
29%
(26%)
17%
(25%)
  33%
(18%)
Writing
expected +
76%
(70%)
67%
(69%)
  64%
(58%)
Writing
greater depth
21%
(16%)
12%
(15%)
  23%
(8%)
Maths
expected +
82%
(76%)
81%
(76%)
  73%
(68%)
Maths
greater depth
26%
(22%)
15%
(22%)
  26%
(15%)
Combined RWM
expected +
72%
(65%)
66%
(65%)
  59%
(53%)

Combined RWM
greater depth

16%
(12%)
12%
(11%)
  15%
(6%)


End of Key Stage 2 (Year 6) outcomes

At the end of Year 6 children’s skills in Reading, Writing, English Punctuation, Spelling & Grammar, and Maths are again assessed using national Standardised Assessment Tests (SATs). 

The National % is shown in brackets in the table below. 

  2018
(national outcome in brackets)
2019
(national outcome in brackets)
2020-2021
COVID school closures  = no data
2022
(national outcome in brackets)
Reading
expected +
81%
(75%)
69%
(73%)
  75%
(74%)
Reading
greater depth
33%
(28%)
35%
(27%)
  23%
(28%)
Writing
expected +
79%
(78%)
76%
(78%)
  64%
(69%)
Writing
greater depth
19%
(20%)
19%
(20%)
  13%
(13%)
Maths
expected +
81%
(75%)
75%
(79%)
  73%
(71%)
Maths
greater depth
36%
(34%)
30%
(27%)
  20%
(22%)
Combined RWM
expected +
73%
(64%)
64%
(65%)
  57%
(59%)
Combined RWM
greater depth
13%
(10%)
14%
(11%)
  6%
(7%)
English Punctuation & Grammar (EGPS)
expected +
84%
(78%)
73%
(78%)
  72%
(72%)
English Punctuation & Grammar (EGPS)
greater depth
43%
(tbc%)
38%
(36%)
  27%
(tbc%)

Points to note

Results for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 academic years
Due to the national lockdown, no formal assessments took place during the 2020 and 2021 summer terms. Please refer to our 2019 assessment results for our latest published data.

How does Ofsted fit into this?  
Ofsted inspections provide a rounded assessment of school quality, based on the intent, implementation and impact of the school’s curriculum; pupils’ personal development, behaviour and attitudes; and the leadership of the school. 

 We share school performance measures data with Ofsted, and it uses this to inform inspections. It is important to remember that data is a starting point for Ofsted. It is used to inform the discussions with school leaders about what they are teaching children, how they are running their school and the impact this has on children’s outcomes. School performance data on its own does not determine an inspection outcome. 

School performance data for 2021/22 will be used sensitively by inspectors, due the uneven impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on pupils and schools.

You can search for schools, colleges, multi-academy trusts and sponsors in England and check their performance. You are able to view and download:

  • Exam and test results
  • Ofsted reports
  • Financial information

To access the service please click here https://www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables?_ga=2.160653886.2081078510.1664960925-447313714.1664960925.

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