This data shows the results of the test at the end of Year 6. All children in the country take these tests which assesses if the children are at the ‘Expected Standard’ in Reading, Writing, GPS and Maths.
In 2016, we were once again above the national average. In each subject, and the children who achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths were above the national average.
Reading, Writing & Maths
In 2016, we were pleased with the percentage of children who achieved the higher standard above that which is expected. Once again we were inline or above the national average.
Each school has ‘Average Scaled Scores’ to compare schools. Progress scores which look at how much progress the children have made since Year 2. Progress scores above 0 are positive as they are above the national average of progress made.
Average Scaled Scores
Each school also looks at the Progress Scores as an average for the group. The National Average is 0 and so anything positive is stronger progress.