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Ofsted and Results

EYFS & KS1
 

  School 2023 National 2023
EYFS Good Level of Development 79% 68%
Year 1 Phonics 75% 80%
Year 2 Reading achieving the expected standard 73% 69%
Year 2 Reading achieving the higher standard 10%  
Year 2 Writing achieving the expected standard 70% 72%
Year 2 Writing achieving the higher standard 7%  
Year 2 Maths achieving the expected standard 70% 72%
Year 2 Maths achieving the higher standard 17%  
Year 2 RWM combined achieving the expected standard 67% 56%
Year 2 RWM combined achieving the higher standard 7% 6%

KS2
 

  School 2023 National 2023
Year 6 Reading, Writing and Maths achieving the expected standard 61% 59%
Year 6 Reading, Writing and Maths achieving a high standard 4%  
Year 6 Reading achieving the expected standard 79% 73%
Year 6 Reading achieving a high standard 25%  
Year 6 Writing achieving the expected standard 75% 71%
Year 6 Writing achieving a high standard 7%  
Year 6 Maths achieving the expected standard 68% 73%
Year 6 Maths achieving a high standard 14%  
Year 6 GPS achieving the expected standard 75% 72%
Year 6 GPS achieving a high standard 36%  

Progress

Schools are obliged to publish progress measures between Year 2 and Year 6 and this data is compared to the national standard.

Calculating Progress

A school’s Key Stage 1 to 2 progress scores for reading, writing and maths are calculated as its pupils' average progress scores which means that school level progress scores will be presented as positive and negative numbers either side of zero. 

(Confidence interval in brackets)

Reading: -0.2 (-2.5 to 2.1)
Writing: -0.5 (-2.8 to 1.7)
Maths: -1.8 (-3.9 to 0.4)

The average scaled score is calculated as the mean scaled score of all pupils awarded a scaled score.

 

School

National

Reading

105

105

Maths

103

104

GPAS

105

105

DFE Performance 

Ofsted

Our most recent Ofsted Results are from 2018, and can be found below.