Did you know, the progress which our mainstream children make between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 is well above average in Reading, Writing and Maths for the 2nd year?
'From starting points which are considerably lower than those expected for their age on entry to the Early Years Foundation Stage, pupils make good progress and reach national standards in reading, writing and mathematics by the end of Year 6.' Ofsted, 2014
Please click on the document below to view the percentages of children reaching age related expectations in Reading, Writing, Maths in Key Stages 1 and 2.
The table also give you information on the % of children passing the Year 1 Phonics Screening Test and the % of children who reached a 'Good Level of Development' at the end of Reception.
Only a handful of schools in Warrington have Designated Provisions, these are smaller classes which provide very specialist provision for children from across the authority who can often have very complex needs.
You will notice that we present the data as 'mainstream only, this refers to all of the children in our school who do not access the Designated Provisions. We do this because those children don't sit the tests and it allows us to be compared to other primary schools more fairly. Our DP children make huge amounts for progress and reach their full potential however we measure and celebrate this in other ways.
The whole school data (which includes mainstream and children who access the Designated Provision) is published by the DfE. You can find this data by clicking the link to performance tables.