At the end of the EYFS the children are assessed within 7 prime areas. Those children who achieve expected or above in all 7 areas achieve GLD (Good Level of Development).
In year 1 children are assessed in June using a phonic screening assessment, produced nationally, testing children’s understanding and use of phonics to aid reading.
In year 2 children are assessed within 3 key areas. This is a teacher assessment, informed by a national test within each area. The reported performance is outlined below.
In year 6 children are assessed within 4 key areas. This takes the form of a national test within each subject area during May. A progress score is also formed demonstrating either a negative (-) value or positive (+) value. A negative value reflects less than expected progress in that subject area, based on key stage 1 attainment. A positive value reflects better than expected progress in that subject area, based on key stage 1 attainment. The combined result is formed from the % of children who achieved expected or better in Reading, Writing & Maths. An average scaled score is also produced reflecting the overall standard within each subject area
GPS* - Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling
Our Performance Tables and Parent View information is available along with our last two OFSTED Inspection Reports.