Key Stage 2 results documents are available to view here:
End Of Key Stage 2 Performance Analysis 2019
Below are the results for our end of Key Stage results in 2019. These are the latest results available. Due to COVID-19, no SATs have taken place in 202 or 2021.
|School 2019 ARE||81%||86%||86%||92%||74%|
|School 2019 GDS||24%||26%||28%||47%||14%|
|School 2018 ARE||79%||82%||75%||95%||66%|
|School 2018 GDS||29%||37%||18%||58%||10%|
|National GDS 2018||28%||34%||24%||20%||10%|
81% of our children reached expected standard in reading which was significantly above national levels (73%) for the third year running. It is also an increase on our results last year. We are aiming to exceed our figure for the higher standard (GDS) next year with the help of parents who can play a significant role in this area. Please see our booklet on the website to help you with strategies to help your child. This can be found at:
Grammar Punctuation and Spelling (GPS)
86% of our children achieved expected standard for SPAG which has also exceeded national and county levels for the last three years. Parents can also play an important role in this area, ensuring children learn their spellings in context and encouraging their child to use ‘Spelling Shed’, our on-line learning site.
This has consistently been the strongest subject for our children with results exceeding National and Hampshire schools at 92%. This is teacher assessed rather than test assessed although we were formally moderated in 2017 and regularly moderate our writing with Hampshire Local Authority.
Our latest Ofsted report stated that “assessment in the school is accurate and carefully carried out.”
We are very pleased that our Maths results this year exceed National and County standards both at the expected standard and the higher standard (GDS). We have many initiatives in school to address this area of learning and parents can support by ensuring children have instant recall of their multiplication tables. Crucially children need to see positive attitudes towards Maths from everyone around them. We see a clear correlation between parents’ confidence in Maths and their children’s confidence in Maths.
|There are no progress scores for this subject||-0.7
(-3.7 to -0.9)
(-3.9 to -1.3)
(1.6 to 4.2)
National standard = 0
The school has made significant increases in the progress scores in 2019. The progress scores seek to measure the difference between the teacher assessments of the children when they joined the school from KS1 and their test outcomes at KS2.
We are confident that children make good progress in the four years they are with us and Ofsted’s external validation confirmed this. Ofsted inspectors in November 2018 were keen to look at how well pupils progress through the school. They established that: “Assessment information and pupils’ workbooks show that current pupils are making secure progress from the point at which they enter the key stage.”
They concluded, “As a result of good teaching, pupils are making good progress and are well prepared for the next stage in their education
* We know that nationally, children in junior schools do not progress as well as those at primary school. It is also useful to note that the performance criteria that the children are assessed under at KS1 does not perfectly map onto the criteria required for KS2 so progress is difficult to track in that way.
The school has performed significantly better than both the National average and the Local Authority Average this year in Maths and English combined scores.
Priorities for 2019-20
- This year the school’s focus is to increase the school’s percentage of GDS, particularly in Reading
National school performance tables can be found at the link below