School Performance Tables

Under the old curriculum and assessment regime 100% of our children made expected, or better than expected progress in all Reading, Writing and Maths (2015, 2014, 2013 and 2012)

Measures changed in 2016 and whilst our KS2 results demonstrated some excellent individual progress, the collective attainment fell short of our historical pattern of achievement. Our Y6 children showed fantastic attitude in the face of real challenge and we were proud of them all.

In 2017 and 2018 we were equally proud of the individual progress and attainment of our children. One of the great things about our school is its genuine inclusivity and we are delighted with the life lessons all children benefit from when working within classrooms with peers of wide ranging strengths and needs.

Whilst we continue to celebrate the diverse nature of some cohorts in school it is important to add context to the generic figures available below. For example when looking at the most recent national results (2018 SATs) it can be shown that of those children without and EHCP/SEND impacting on learning, over 90% of children met or exceeded the National Age Related Expectation.

For a detailed breakdown of how well our results compare with those Nationally, please open the comparative reports below or access our School Performance on the DfE Compare Schools website.

DfE School Performance Tables – High Spen

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