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Key Stage 2 Results

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Key Stage 2 Results

Verified 2017 Key Stage 2 (end of primary school) results for 2016-17 (June 2017)

These results are part of the school performance tables, published by Department for Education in December 2017.

Percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard or above:

  School % National %
Reading 86 72
Writing 90 76
Maths 88 75
Reading, Writing and Maths 84 61
Grammar, punctuation and spelling 90 77

Percentage of pupils who achieved above the expected standard:

  School % National %
Reading 20 25
Writing 28 18
Maths 16 23
Reading, Writing and Maths 10 9
Grammar, punctuation and spelling 32 31

Average Scaled Scores:

  School National
Reading 104 104
Maths 104 104
Grammar, punctuation and spelling 106 106

Scaled Scores are a way of comparing the raw marks in tests from year to year, with 100 as the ‘expected standard’. A score of 110 or more results in a pupil achieving a high level of attainment.

Average Progress Scores:

Progress Scores are used to measure the average progress of pupils from Key Stage 1 (End of Year 2) to Key Stage 2 (End of Year 6). The national average progress scores are zero for each subject.

  School Progress measure banding
Reading 4.6 Well above national average

(about 10% of schools in England)

Writing 5.8 Well above national average

(about 10% of schools in England)

Maths 3.1 Above national average

(about 12% of schools in England)

School Performance Tables

You can view the latest verified data on the school by visiting the school and college performance tables service


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