We’re really proud of our 2022-23 Year 6 pupils. They’ve now left our school and are enjoying Year 7, but they leave us with great memories, not least their great attitudes to learning and how they supported each other.
In May each year, pupils in Year 6 do end-of-key stage assessments – the SATs. We get the results of these tests before the end of the school year, but it takes some time for the results to come through to help us evaluate their attainment and progress.
Check out our Outcomes page to see how well the children did compared to national assessment figures.
In a nutshell…
The proportions reaching national expectations are significantly above national figures:
- Reading: 94% meeting expected standards (national: 73%)
- Writing: 100% meeting expected standards (national: 71%)
- Maths: 94% meeting expected standards (national: 73%)
The proportions reaching greater depth are also consistently higher than national:
- Reading: 55% reaching greater depth (national: 29%)
- Writing: 36% reaching greater depth (national: 13%)
- Maths: 48% reaching greater depth (national: 24%)
The Department for Education measures progress from Key Stage 1 (KS1) to Key Stage 2 (KS2). Expected progress is zero, with anything above that being better than expected and negative numbers showing less than expected progress:
- +3.3 average progress in Reading
- +4.4 average progress in Writing
- +3.9 average progress in Maths
Well done to all the 2022-23 pupils, and thank you to their parents, carers and other adults for their fantastic support throughout the years.