The National Expectations for Good Levels of Development (GLD) in Early Years is 69.3%
The National figure for the percentage of Year 1 pupils to pass the Phonics Screening Test is 80.8%
The National figure for the percentage of Year 2 re-take pupils to pass the Phonics Screening Test is 66.7%
The National Expectations for Expected Standard or Better in Key Stage 1 Reading is 74%
The National Expectations for Expected Standard or Better in Key Stage 1 Writing is 65.5%
The National Expectations for Expected Standard or Better in Key Stage 1 Maths is 72.6%
Key Stage 2 Results 2015-2016
The Government has introduced a "Progress measure" in recognition of those pupils who enter education with significantly lower academic starting points. As can be seen in the table above, our pupils made progress in line with expectations in Reading, Writing and Maths.
The Year 6 cohort consisted of 21 pupils in total: 1 pupil was dis-applied for Key Stage 2 testing and two pupils were absent from the Testing week due to unauthorised holidays. (see "% Eligible Pupils included in this progress measure" on the table above.)
The document "National curriculum assessments at key stage 2 in England, 2016 (interim)" states that, this year "53% of pupils reached the new expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics"
The new Primary testing introduced in 2016 is significantly more challenging that previous Key Stage tests.
Here is the most recent Pubished Data Report from OFSTED School Data Dashboard