Parent Survey Results 2020
It’s encouraging to see such a positive response to our annual parent survey. We had the highest response rate yet and 99% of parents/carers would recommend the school to other parents.
It is great to see the positive comments about the level and quality of communication with parents and staff, especially as this was one of the areas highlighted for improvement last year. We are pleased the measures we put in place to improve our communications are having a positive impact. Feedback has highlighted the need for more details of learning expectations and outcomes so these have now been put under the curriculum section on our website.
We are proud of the sense of community that parents feel across the school as this is at the heart of what we do and one of our rainbow values.
It has been a challenging year and as a result we have been unable to offer the range of clubs and activities we would normally, although we have found creative ways to keep some things running, such as our Civic Award in year 6. We are hopeful we can build on this in 2021, as and when restrictions ease.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to respond and we welcome feedback from parents and carers at any time.
We put all the comments from our parent survey into a word cloud and here is the result. It's great to have so many lovely words that sum up our school.
The government have released the league tables to show school performance in 2019. Please click on the link to see the results.
Headline Data- this is the latest data due to SATS being cancelled in 2020 and 2021.
Pupils are 'meeting the expected standard' if they achieve a 'scaled score' of 100 or more in their reading and maths tests, and their teacher assesses them as 'working at the expected standard' or better in writing.
Pupils are 'achieving at a higher standard' if they achieve a 'scaled score' of 110 or more in their reading and maths tests, and their teacher assesses them as 'working at a greater depth within the expected standard' in writing. The government set this standard for the first time in 2016 to provide information about pupils across England achieving in the top 5%.
Reading, writing and maths combined means that the pupil has achieved 100 or more in reading and maths as well as the expected standard or more in writing.
Reception (Early Years Foundation Stage- EYFS)
The EYFS Profile summarises and describes children’s attainment at the end of the EYFS. It is based on ongoing observation and assessment in the three prime and four specific areas of learning, set out below:
The prime areas of learning:
Communication and language
Personal, social and emotional development
The specific areas of learning:
Understanding the world
Expressive arts and design
Children are defined as having reached a good level of development at the end of the EYFS if they have achieved at least the expected level in:
The early learning goals in the prime areas of learning (personal, social and emotional development; physical development; and communication and language) and
The early learning goals in the specific areas of mathematics and literacy.
Areas of Learning
% Achieving Expected Level
|Personal, Social and Emotional Development||87%|
|Communication and Language||85%|
|All Prime Early Learning Goals|
|Understanding the World||94%|
|Expressive Arts and Design||98%|
|Good Level of Development||72%||71%|
This table shows the percentage of children that passed the 2019 Year 1 phonics test.
|Percentage of children which passed|
KS1 2019 Results
This table shows the percentage of children that met or exceeded the end of Key Stage 1 expectations.
This table shows the percentage of children that exceeded the end of Key Stage 1 expectations (Greater Depth).
KS2 2019 Results
This table shows the percentage of children that met or exceeded the end of Key Stage 2 expectations.
(RWM - Reading, Writing and Maths)
This table shows the percentage of children that exceeded the end of Key Stage 2 expectations (Greater Depth).
This table shows the average scaled score achieved by children at the end of Key Stage 2 tests. The expected standard is a scaled score of 100.
Progress (updated once data is released in the Autumn 2019)
This table shows the average progress from the end of Key Stage 1 to the end of Key Stage 2. The national average progress is a score of 0. Any number above 0 shows more progress than the national average and any number below 0 shows less progress than the national average.