Parents, children, staff and governors are all very proud of the high standards of education provided by our school. The results achieved by the children have been consistently above the national and the county average. This table shows the percentage of Year 2 children achieving the expected standard in July 2017. Our last full OFSTED inspection was in September 2006. We were very pleased that the inspection confirmed the quality of education and social development at the school to be outstanding.
We had an interim OFSTED inspection in July 2010 and have once again been graded as outstanding. We are very proud of our achievement and pleased that the hard work of the governors, parents, staff and children has been recognised. Assessment of children at the end of Key stage One (end of Year 2) changed in the summer of 2016. Rather than levels there is now an expected standard which all children are expected to reach.
The new expected standard is at a higher level than the previous expectations for children at the end of Key stage One. Children working at greater depth have exceeded the expected standard.
Children who are working towards the expected standard have not yet met every criteria stated in the interim framework assessment document. In order to achieve the expected standard children must demonstrate that they have met every one of the criteria across a range of different contexts.
In science, the interim framework document only provided criteria for the expected standard rather than for working towards or greater depth as in reading, writing and maths.
TEACHER ASSESSMENT JULY 2017
|Pre Key Stage 1|
Children who are learning from the Year 1 objectives
|Working towards the expected standard||Working at the expected standard||Working at greater depth within the expected standard|
|Percentage of children who did not meet the expected standard||Percentage of children who met the expected standard|
Figures may not total 100 per cent because of rounding
Please click here for the results for the Early Years Foundation Stage