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Data and Performance

How do we ensure your child is receiving the very best education possible? 

We have a robust self-evaluation system in place and constantly strive for excellence.

Our staff are highly motivated in making our school a hub for learning where all children are able to achieve. 

 

How do we self evaluate?

 

  • Child Centred Plans

  • Data Analysis

  • Observation of Teaching & Learning

  • Peer to Peer Coaching

  • Work Scrutiny

  • Pupil Progress Meetings

  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

 

Our School Improvement Goals

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  • To develop outstanding behaviour for learning

  • To refine our curriculum design

  • To fully embed English Mastery

  • To fully embed Maths Mastery

 

What this looks like in the classroom

 

  • A minimum of "Good" teaching throughout the school

  • Quality resources

  • Consistency in all areas

  • Outward thinking learning themes

  • Good attainment

  • Good progress

  • Parent/Carer and school collaboration 

  • Examples of both our learning values and Christian values in action

  • Children being Ready, Respectful, Safe

"Both our children have settled brilliantly in their new classes, which we are so pleased about. Communication and updates via Dojo have been excellent since the start of term. They have helped to put our mind at ease with having a child who is new to school, as well as providing a stimulus for conversation about the school day too. Thank you!" Parent, September 2022

"School is doing an amazing job. All the staff are fabulous and so supportive." Parent, September 2022

"We think the communication since the children have started back at the beginning of term has been very helpful." Parent, September 2022

DFE Performance Data

Data Summary 2016-2019

2018-2019 Data Headlines

End of Key Stage 2

 

Writing: 90.1% of children reached Age-Related Expectation, 18.2% of whom achieved Greater Depth

 

Reading: 100% of children reached Age-Related Expectation, 63.6% of whom achieved Greater Depth

Maths: 90.1% of children reached Age-Related Expectation, 18.2% of whom achieved Greater Depth

SPaG: 90.1% of children reached Age-Related Expectation, 45.5% of whom achieved Greater Depth

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End of Key Stage 1

 

Writing: 78.5% of children reached Age-Related Expectation, 7.1% of whom achieved Greater Depth

 

Reading: 85.7% of children reached Age-Related Expectation, 14.2% of whom achieved Greater Depth

Maths: 85.7% of children reached Age-Related Expectation, 14.2% of whom achieved Greater Depth

Year 1 Phonics Screening

 

100% of children passed the phonics screening

 

End of Foundation Stage

 

100% of children achieved a Good level of development 

Note: Schools are not required to publish their exam and assessment results from 2019 to 2020 and 2020- 2021 academic years as these have not been published as performance measures by the Secretary of State, therefore please note that these performance measures are not current.

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