Schools have a duty to report on how well children have achieved at key milestones.
- Early Years: At the end of the Reception Year (Red Class) children are assessed against the Early Learning Goals. These inform whether a child is considered to have reached a ‘Good Level of Development’. The assessments are combined to create a profile of each child. The results of the each profile are shared with parents and the local authority.
- Year 1 Phonics: At the end of Year 1 (Orange Class) children take part in a phonics check to see how well they know their sounds and letters.
- Key Stage 1: At the end of Year 2 (Yellow Class) children are assessed by their teacher. This assessment includes sensitively delivered Reading and Mathematics tests. The children’s writing is also assessed by the class teacher.
- Year 4: Children in Year 4 (Blue Class) take an online Multiplication Tables Check during the summer term.
- Key Stage 2: At the end of Year 6 (Violet Class) children sit timed exams (SATs) in Reading, Mathematics and GPS (Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling – sometimes known as SPAG). They are also assessed by their teacher on their Writing.
The school’s most recently published academic performance data can be found on the following pages and on the DfE site at Compare School Performance Service.
Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are no statutory outcomes data for 2019 – 2020. In addition, data for 2021 – 2022 will not be published on the DfE site, but it is available on our website.