OFSTED Reports - School Data
School Performance Summary 2017
In the summer of 2016, the government introduced a new range of end of key stage tests for the end of Key stage 1 and 2. At the end of Key stage 2 ( year 6) children were tested in Reading, Maths, Grammar, punctuation and Spelling. They were also assessed by their teacher in writing and science. Children in May 2017 took were assessed using this revised system.
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Parents guide to Key Stage 2 Testing.
In 2016 there were significant changes to the nature of Key Stage 2 testing arrangements and the way children's attainment is reported. The tests have not only been made harder but they also cover the whole of the key stage two curriculum. In July 2016 the Secretary for Education, Nicky Morgan stated that the end of key stage 2 tests had higher expectations and could not be compared to the previous standards in previous years.
EYFS, Reception class 2017
In the Reception class, EYFS, children are assessed against 17 different criteria. The data below shows that overall 80% of children achieved a are 80% a ‘Good Level of Development’ which is above both National and LA (local authority) levels, and the school is pleased that this was an increase from 2015.