This year there was a major change to the way that children in KS 1 and KS 2 were assessed. Instead of levels children were assigned a category of performance which represents whether they are working at the expected standard, below the expected standard or at greater depth in the expected standard. Expectations in the foundation stage remain the same.
89% of our children in the foundation stage achieved a good level of development (GLD) in all areas by the end of the key stage. This is a significant improvement on the previous year. 100% of children achieved a GLD in the prime areas of communication and language, Personal Social and Emotional Development and also physical development. 100% in Maths and 89% in Literacy.
75% of Y1 children passed the phonics screening test and 50% the Y2 children who were retested also passed. This is broadly in line with Nottinghamshire but below the national expectation..
End of Key stage 1 (Infants)
71% of children attained the expected standard in reading and 79% attained the expected standard in maths and writing. Whilst Reading is broadly in line with Nottinghamshire, it is slightly below the national level. However writing and maths are both above the national expectation. 50% of children are working at greater depth in reading and 36% in writing and maths.
End of Key stage 2 (Juniors)
79% of children attained the expected standard in reading and writing while 86% attained the standard in maths. National scores are not yet confirmed but these are above the Nottinghamshire scores. 93% of children attained the expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling.
More detailed comparisons will be available towards the latter half of the autumn term when national data is confirmed.