2016/17 Data
Percentage of pupils who have achieved the expected standard in reading: 68{5d5b936d612af9a4fa6f9b24bc24fa9f1916ea8a345ceb8a59eeefb84f419883}
Percentage of pupils who have achieved the expected standard in writing: 82{5d5b936d612af9a4fa6f9b24bc24fa9f1916ea8a345ceb8a59eeefb84f419883}
Percentage of pupils who have achieved the expected standard in maths: 82{5d5b936d612af9a4fa6f9b24bc24fa9f1916ea8a345ceb8a59eeefb84f419883}

Percentage of pupils who have achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined: 58{5d5b936d612af9a4fa6f9b24bc24fa9f1916ea8a345ceb8a59eeefb84f419883}
Average progress from KS1 to KS2 in reading: -0.37
Average progress from KS1 to KS2 in writing: 2.43
Average progress from KS1 to KS2 in maths: 3.95
Percentage of pupils who achieved higher standard in reading: 25
Percentage of pupils who achieved higher standard in writing: 20
Percentage of pupils who achieved higher standard in maths: 28

Percentage of pupils who have achieved the higher standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined: 10
Pupils average score in reading test: 100
Pupils average score in maths test: 102