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As a Church of England Primary School, our ethos is firmly grounded in Christian Values. We are committed to celebrating each child in our school. We seek to provide opportunities, recognising the gifts and talents of each individual. Our close knit community allows us to help our children to grow and flourish, both personally and academically.

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School Results

Performance Data 2017

End of Key Stage 2 Results - 2017


Children achieving scaled score of 100 or more (Are Related Expectations):

Reading:85% (National average 71%)
Writing: 85% (National average 76%)

Grammar, punctuation and spelling: 77% (National average 77%)
Mathematics: 69% (National average 75%)

Reading, writing and maths combined: 61% (National average 61%)


Children achieving working at greater depth/ high standard:

Reading 25 % (2016 National average 19%)

Writing 38 % (2016 National average 14%)

Grammar, punctuation and spelling:  18% (2016 National average 22%)

Maths 25 % (2016 National average 17%)

Reading, writing and maths combined: 13% (2016 National average 5%)


Average Scaled Score Per Pupil:

Reading- 107

Grammar, punctuation and spelling- 105

Maths- 104


Average Progress: -1.02





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Key Stage 1 Results 2017

The table shows the results at Key Stage 1 in both 2017 and 2016. These continue to be above national average and demonstrate the strength in reading at the school.



Average progress scores between KS1 and KS2:

Reading: -3.93 (Confidence interval: -8.00 to +0.14)

Writing: -1.89 (Confidence interval: -5.84 to +2.07)

Maths: -5.88 (Confidence interval: -9.55 to -2.21)

What do ‘confidence intervals’ mean? It is difficult to be certain how much of the progress score is down to the school and how much is down to the pupils. For example, the school may have scored higher with a different group of pupils or the pupils may have performed well at any school. The confidence interval reflects this uncertainty. If the confidence intervals for two schools overlap, then we can't say for certain that the two progress scores for these schools are significantly different.(DfE)


Please click here to see the school performance tables.