In September 2012, it became statutory for all schools to provide information about progress and attainment at the end of key stage 2.
As is often the case with small schools some information is suppressed from publication. This is because with very small numbers the information may allow individuals to be identified or be statistically invalid. It should also be noted that in small groups of children 1 child equates to a significant percentage which impacts on outcomes.
In 2016 the school was above floor targets in all progress measures.
There were 12 pupils in year 6.
- 50% (53% nationally) achieved the expected standard in English and Maths combined
- 67% (66% nationally) achieved the expected level or above in Reading; 17% achieved the higher level
- 50% (74% nationally) achieved the expected level or above in in Writing; 25% achieved the higher level
- 67% (70% nationally) achieved the expected level or above in Maths; 17% achieved the higher level
- Average scaled score in Reading was 104 (103 nationally)
- Average scaled score in Maths was 104 (103 nationally)
- Average progress in Reading was -1.1
- Average progress in Writing was -3.4
- Average progress in Maths was -1.8
More detailed information about achievement at key stage 2 can be found on the DfE website.