Early Years Foundation Stage
Pupils achieve a good level of development if they achieve the early learning goal in the following areas: Listening and Attention, Understanding, Speaking, Health and self-care, Moving and Handling, Self-confidence and Self Awareness, Managing feelings and Behaviour, Making Relationships, Reading, Writing, Numbers and Shapes, Space, and Measures.

In 2016 76% of cohort achieved the good level of development indicator, in line with the percentage for Kent and above the 2015 national percentage.

Year 1 Phonics Test
At the end of Year 1 pupils take a phonic test to assess if they have achieved an expected level of phonic understanding. The expected standard is to score 32 or greater out of 40.

In 2016 94% of pupils reached the expected standard, which was above the national percentage.

Five Year 2 pupils who did not meet the expected standard in Year 1 were retested and they all achieved the expected standard.

Key Stage 1 Teacher Assessments
At the end of Key Stage 1 pupils are teacher assessed against National curriculum criteria.

In 2016 95% met the expected standard in reading and 50% were working at greater depth; 95% met the expected standard in writing and 45% were working at greater depth; 90% met the expected standard in mathematics and 45% were working at greater depth.

Attainment in Key Stage 1 in reading, writing and mathematics was above the national percentages.

Key Stage 2 SATs
At the end of Key Stage 2 pupils are tested and teacher assessed against National Curriculum criteria. This year our writing teacher assessments were externally moderated.

There were 17 pupils in Year 6 in 2016, some with additional educational needs.

In 2016 35% met the expected standard in reading and none were working at greater depth; 82% met the expected standard in writing and 12% were working at greater depth; 41% met the expected standard in mathematics and 18% were working at greater depth. 19% of pupils met the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics and none were working at greater depth.

The average scaled scores were both 98 in reading and mathematics.

The school’s progress scores were -1.7 in reading, +4.6 in writing and -1.8 in mathematics. Progress in writing was in the top 10% of schools in the country.

The school met both the floor and coasting standards.

Further information about the schools attainment can be found using the following link: https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/118449