Key Stage 2 Results
Due to the small number of children in each year at our school our results are difficult to report in percentages.For example one year may have 9 children in. This means that every child is worth 11%. If one of these children has a special need in a particular area it most likely means that 88% will achieve at least the expected level at the end of year 6. But if a year has only 2 pupils and one has a special need, results may show that only 50% achieved.
In July 2016 seven pupils took end of key stage 2 national tests.
Expected Progress is between -3 and +3 from end of Year 2 to end of Year 6.
Grammar and spelling
|Child 1||Greater Depth||Expected||Expected|
|Child 2||Greater Depth||Expected||Expected|
|Child 3||Greater Depth||Expected||Expected|
|Child 4||Expected||Working towards||Working Towards|
|Child 5||Expected||Greater Depth||Greater Depth|
|Child 7||Working Towards||Expected||Working towards|
If all children progressed as was expected total progress would show 0.
All our progress is above that in all subjects.