Underpinned by our school values and rooted in the EEF research, we believe in the following principles for assessment and feedback.
The following codes are used to demonstrate children’s attainment. Formative assessments are undertaken throughout a unit of work, informing next step teaching and learning. Summative assessments are completed at the end of each term, across the subjects.
The following assessment judgements are made in relation to age-related standards.
Greater Depth Standard
Close to the Expected Standard
Working Towards the Expected Standard
Below the Expected Standard
To read our Assessment and Feedback Policy, please follow this link.
National curriculum assessments did not take place due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. As a result of this, we are not able to provide end of year attainment assessments for 2021.
The Secretary of State for Education announced on 18 March 2020, that the 2019/2020 national curriculum assessments would not take place due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This means that all Key Stage 2 assessments and moderation were cancelled.
As a result of this, we are not able to provide end of year attainment assessments for 2020.
Below is a table of results which reflects the end of Key Stage 2 data in 2019, showing outcomes for our school in comparison to national figures.
Attainment Data in 2019:
ARE represents Age Related Expectations
GDS represents Greater Depth Standard
Average Scale Scores in 2019:
A score of 100 represents a good level of attainment (age related expectations)
A score of 110 and over represents high level attainment
Progress since KS1 in 2019:
School Progress Score