KS2 Results

 Summary of End of Key Stage 2 Results – 2016/17 (provisional data)

2016/17 Percentage of pupils achieving EXS+ Percentage of pupils achieving GDS+
Reading 57% 18%
Writing 69% 17%
Maths 76% 21%
Grammar, Punctuation
and Spelling
69% 23%
Reading, Writing and
Maths combined
54% 8%

EXS = Expected Standard          GDS = Greater Depth of Standard

Summary of End of Key Stage 2 Results – 2015/16

2015/16 Percentage of pupils achieving EXS+ Percentage of pupils achieving GDS+
Reading 51% 5%
Writing 67% 6%
Maths 68% 16%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 67% 11%
Reading, Writing and Maths combined 40% 5%

EXS = Expected Standard          GDS = Greater Depth of Standard                                    *Following changes to the Key Stage 2 National Curriculum and the removal of level judgements, results between 2014/15 and 2015/16 are not directly comparable  - DfE advice

Summary of End of Key Stage 2 Results – 2014/15

2014/15 Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4+ Percentage of pupils achieving Level 5+ Percentage of pupils making 2 levels progress between KS1 & KS2
Reading 83% 42% 95%
Writing 83% 32% 96%
Maths 86% 41% 91%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 73% 48%  
Reading, Writing and Maths combined 77% 24%  

 Please note – there is no result for progress in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling as this test is not taken in Key Stage 1.

Summary of End of Key Stage 2 Results – 2013/14 

 2013/14  Percentage of pupils achieving Level 4+ Percentage of pupils achieving Level 5+  Percentage of pupils making 2 levels progress between KS1 & KS2 
 Reading 89% 38% 88%
Writing 81% 17% 84%
Maths 89% 47% 88%
 Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling  66%  47%  
 Reading, Writing and Maths combined  77%  15%  

Please note – there is no result for progress in English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling as this test is not taken in Key Stage 1.

For further information click here to view the primary school performance tables.

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Online Safety Update 20th May 2019

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