In England school performance is mostly measured through quantitative data. The data focuses on individual pupil’s attainment and the progress they make from entry to the school in Reception to the end of Year 2 and then from Year 2 to the time the pupils leave the school in Year 6.
There are national tests at Year 6 (SATs) but a combination of teacher assessments and external assessments are also used by schools from Reception through to Year 6 to internally monitor pupil attainment and progress.
Due to Covid-19 and the global pandemic, SATs tests did not take place during the academic year 2019/2020. The data below is the most recent set of published performance measures.
|Key Stage 2 SATs Results
Academic Year 2018/2019
|Number of Pupils||32|
|Pupils achieving the Expected Standard in Reading||72%|
|Pupils achieving the Expected Standard in Writing||91%|
|Pupils achieving the Expected Standard in Maths||88%|
|Pupils achieving above the Expected Standard in Reading||19%|
|Pupils achieving above the Expected Standard in Writing||25%|
|Pupils achieving above the Expected Standard in Maths||13%|
|Average progress in Reading||+0.5|
|Average progress in Writing||+1.4|
|Average progress in Maths||-0.3|
|Average scaled score in Reading||105|
|Average scaled score in Maths||105|
|Expected level of attainment or above in Reading, Writing and Maths||66%|
|High level of attainment in Reading, Writing and Maths||3%|