In judging how well we are doing as a school we must consider STANDARDS and PROGRESS.
Standards (or Attainment) are a measure of what level a child is at and progress is how they have improved since entering the school or a key stage or a class.
The Government publish School Performance Tables every year in December. This allows you to see how well we are doing compared to other schools nationally or in Bradford, for any subject. There is a link below which gives greater detail but we have also put the key figures in a table for you. There is some information on the Performance Tables website explaining what the different scores mean but if you need any further explanation please don't hesitate to contact Mrs Fox the Deputy Headteacher or Mr Campbell the Headteacher who can explain it further.
The figures below are for 2018 children leaving KS2 (Y6):
|Progress Score in Reading||Average -1.5||-|
|Progress Score in Maths||Average -1.1||-|
|Progress Score in Writing||Average 0.1||-|
|Percentage of Pupils meeting the Expected Standard in Reading, Writing AND Maths||50%||64%|
|Percentage of Pupils meeting the Higher Standard in Reading, Writing AND Maths||0%||10%|
|Average Scaled Score in Reading||102||105|
|Average Scaled Score in Maths||101||104|