We are delighted with our results for the end of Key Stage One assessments. We do not currently have comparative national or regional data and will update this when the information is available.
The percentages of children achieving expected standards or above were -
In Year One children complete a phonic screening check. This tests their ability to use the phonetic knowledge they have been taught by reading a range of words, both real and made up. This year 85% passed the check, an increase on our last year's results and more than last year's national average.
At the end of the Foundation Stage 79% of our children achieved what is called a "Good Level of Development". This is a government measure designed to measure attainment at the end of Reception. We are again, delighted with the amount of children who achieved this standard, and our results are improving year on year.