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School Performance

End of EYFS Results

% Achieving Good Level Of DevelopmentQueen EmmaNational
201867%71%*
201782%71%
201672%69%

*  Provisional National Data

End of Key Stage 1 Results

2018 % of children working at expected levelQueen EmmaNational
Reading77%76%*
Writing70%70%*
Maths75%76%*

*  Provisional National Data

2018 % of children working at greater depthQueen EmmaNational
Reading33%26%*
Writing18%16%*
Maths20%22%*

*  Provisional National Data

2017 % of children working at the expected levelQueen EmmaNational
Reading73%76%
Writing62%68%
Maths75%76%
2017 % of children working at greater depthQueen EmmaNational
Reading42%25%
Writing8%16%
Maths27%22%
2016 % of children working at the expected levelQueen EmmaNational
Reading76%74%
Writing64%65%
Maths76%73%
2016 % of children working at greater depthQueen EmmaNational
Reading32%24%
Writing7%13%
Maths27%18%

Note: In 2016, a new system of Y2 assessment was introduced, replacing the old National Curriculum levels.

Reading

2015 % achievingQueen EmmaNational
L2+93%90%
2B+91%82%
L336%32%

Writing

2015 % achievingQueen EmmaNational
L2+86%88%
2B+72%72%
L310%18%

Maths

2015 % achievingQueen EmmaNational
L2+93%93%
2B+86%82%
L319%26%

Note: Level 2+ is the minimum expected level of achievement; 2B is a good average level of achievement; Level 3 is above expected.

Year 1 Phonics Check Results

% PassingQueen EmmaNational
201893%83%*
201788%81%
201690%81%
201586%77%

*  Provisional National Data

In 2017, 77% of the Y2 children who needed to retake the check successfully passed.

KS2 Results

2018 % of children working at the expected levelQueen EmmaNational
Reading84%75%
Writing78%78%
Maths81%76%
Grammar, punctuation & spelling79%78%
2018 % of children working at greater depthQueen EmmaNational
Reading45%28%
Writing12%20%
Maths34%24%
Grammar, punctuation & spelling50%34%
Combined Scores67%64%
Average Scaled ScoresQueen EmmaNational
Reading107105
Maths106106
Grammar, punctuation & spelling108104
Progress MeasuresQueen EmmaNational
Reading 1.50.0
Writing-1.40.0
Maths 0.50.0

A new system of measuring pupil progress was introduced in 2016. A statistical score is calculated for each school against the national average, which is 0. A score above 0 indicates rates of progress above the national average, while a score below 0 indicates progress below national.

School Performance Tables

You may also wish to look at the Performance Tables on the Department for Education website.