The school converted to academy status on 1st January 2017, so all earlier results relate to the predecessor school.  They are included here for the sake of completeness.

In the 2016 KS2 assessments, the proportions of children meeting the expected standards were as follows (national results in brackets):

  • Reading                                                                                        80% (60%)
  • Writing                                                                                          80% (74%)
  • Mathematics                                                                               90% (70%)
  • Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling                                        90% (72%)
  • Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined                       70% (53%)

The proportion meetings the higher standard in all of reading, writing and mathematics was 10% (5%)

The progress scores for children in KS2 were as follows (0 = average):

  • Reading                                                                                        2.7
  • Writing                                                                                          1.4
  • Maths                                                                                           1.8

The average score for the tests were as follows (100 being the expected mark):

  • Reading                                                                                        104
  • Maths                                                                                           103

Further information about these results can be found at the Government website.


In the 2015 KS2 assessments, the results for Level 4 (the ‘expected’ standard) were as follows:

Reading 88%
Writing 75%
Mathematics 100%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 75%
Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined 75%


The results for Level 5 were:

Reading 75%
Writing 50%
Mathematics 75%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 75%

Some children also achieved at Level 6:

Mathematics 13%
Writing 13%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 13%


One child also obtained a GCSE A* for mathematics.

The cohort was 8 children, so each child counted for 13%.


The results for children making at least two levels of progress since Year 2 were:

Reading 100%
Writing 86%
Mathematics 100%


The cohort for progress was 7 children, so each child counted for 14%.


With small cohorts, percentage figures can be misleading, so please contact the school office if you have any questions.

Below are the official websites; again, if you have any questions once you have read them, please get in touch.

The most recent Ofsted report for the school (October 2013) examined all the figures in detail and graded pupil achievement as good.