Attendance (over the past four years)
We are really pleased with the improvement made in our rate of attendance last year. Well done to all the children and parents who made such a great effort. Thank you to Miss Re Piddington our Family and Community Officer for ensuring that children were in school at 8.45am every day - ready to learn!
Rates of Exclusion (over the past four years)
We have high expectations for the behaviour of all our children. We have asked them to 'be nice and work hard' - they have risen to that challenge!
Key Stage 2 Performance Data
The 2016 key stage 2 assessments are the first which assess the new, more challenging national curriculum that was introduced in 2014. Because of the changes, results from the 2016 assessments cannot be compared to earlier years. Expectations for pupils at the end of Key Stage 2 have been raised. Pupils now receive their test results as a scaled score with the expected standard in the tests as a scaled score of 100 and the range between 80 and 120.
Attainment and progress in reading (SATs Test)
71.2% of children achieved the expected standard in reading compared with 62.9% Brent, 65.4% National
9% of children achieved the higher standard in reading (National 18.7%)
Average scaled score in reading = 103 (National = 103)
Reading Progress Score +1.7
Attainment and progress in writing (Teacher Assessment)
96.2% of children achieved the expected standard in writing compared with 72.9% Brent, 74.1% National
44% of children are working at greater depth in writing (National 14.7%)
Writing Progress Score +7.9
Attainment and progress in grammar (SATs Test)
78.8% of children achieved the expected standard in grammar compared with 75.4% Brent, 72.1% National
13% of children achieved the higher standard in grammar (National 22.5%)
Average scaled score in grammar = 103 (National = 104)
Attainment and progress in mathematics (SATs Test)
84.6% of children achieved the expected standard in mathematics compared with 74.4% Brent, 69.5% National
6% of children achieved the higher standard in mathematics (National 16.6%)
Average scaled score in mathematics = 103 (National = 103)
Mathematics progress score +1.0