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2019 KS2 SATs Results

At the end of year 6, pupils aged 11 will take SATs covering English and Mathematics, which are externally marked and published in the DfE's performance tables, which you can access via the link further down this page.

These tests will help your child's high school to understand his or her education needs and ensure that they continue to get the best out of their education beyond year 6.

Below is a table showing the results of our previous Year 6 children who completed the tests in May 2019.

  2019 School Results
% of pupils achieving Age Related Expectations in Reading, Writing and Maths 88%
% of pupils achieving Greater Depth in Reading, Writing and Maths 12%
Progress score in Reading 1.4
Progress score in Writing 3.4
Progress score in Maths 4.8
Average scaled score in Reading 105
Average scaled score in Maths 108


KS2 Performance Data

To access the Department for Education school performance tables, please click the link below:-



"This is an outstanding school. Pupils' personal welfare and development are at the heart of all the school does. Pupils are exceptionally happy, safe and well cared for. Pupils work and play harmoniously in a school that is highly active and respected in the community it serves." OFSTED - September 2009

To read the latest OFSTED reports for our school, click on the documents below:-

Parent View

We have also included a link to Ofsted Parent View, which gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about our school. By sharing your views, you’ll be helping us to improve. You will also be able to see what other parents have said about our school and to view the results for any school in England.

Click here to access Parent View.

Pupil Premium - Impact of spending

Click on the documents below to access information about our Pupil Premium Grant, how we spend it and the impact for the children receiving it. We are very proud of the attainment and progress for this group of children and this reflects our good use of the money.

Sports Premium - Impact of spending

In April 2013 the Government announced new funding of £150 million for physical education and sport. This funding is to help school to provide breadth in PE & Sport provision including increase in pupils involvement in sport, healthy lifestyles and performance levels.

We have chosen to use this funding to:

        1- Pay external coaches to run competitions to increase participation in local, regional              and national competitions.

        2- Quality assure sports coaches and sports clubs.

        3- Buy into existing local sports networks.

        4- Engage the least active pupils in school activities “Change for Life"

Educational outcomes:

  • The introduction of regular lunchtime sports has been a real success. The number of children participating shows how popular they have become. They have also sparked conversations around sports and physical activity with individuals.
  • Several children have emerged as strong ‘sports leaders’ and have been used very effectively to help deliver the lunchtime sports. They have helped the activities to run smoothly and enabled greater numbers to access them, as well as being great role models for other children. At the same time they have been developing their own leadership skills and are now looking to use these skills to greater effect in a wider variety of settings such as Sports Leadership camps.
  • We have launched a Competitive Sports after school club which has been linked to events in the Schools Competition Calendar. The numbers for this club have increased regularly from its introduction and its success was particularly evident within the uptake of children playing netball and competition wins this year.
  • The feedback from the sporting events has been excellent and it has sparked an interest in the children to take part in more of these types of event. The actual sporting performances from the children has improved across the school and we have had our biggest uptake of children taking part in sporting after school clubs.

A full breakdown of spending of the Sports Premium Grant is shown in the documents below:-

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