Pupil Information

National Curriculum Assessment Results

What the Levels Mean

The results show achievement against the levels on the National Curriculum scale. The scale is designed so that a typical pupil will move up approximately one level every two years.

Key Stage 1

A typical seven year old is expected to achieve Level 2.

Percentage of Pupils who achieved Level 2 and above
Subject Assessed School Results 2008 School Results 2009 School Results 2010 School Results 2011 School Results 2012
Reading 95% 86% 100% 96% 100%
Writing 95% 100% 100% 96% 100%
Mathematics 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
Key Stage 2

A typical eleven year old is expected to achieve Level 4.

Percentage of Pupils who achieved Level 4 and above
Subject Assessed School Results 2008 School Results 2009 School Results 2010 School Results 2011 School Results 2012
English 100% 97% 94% 91% 100%
Mathematics 100% 97% 94% 69% 100%
Science 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
(teacher assessed)
Absences

During the academic year 2010/11 thirty unauthorised half day absence sessions were recorded.
Attendance was 96%.
Parents are very good at notifying the school by phone when and why their child is absent and following it up with a written note when the child returns to school.

School Leavers

In September 2011 twenty-two pupils transferred to these Secondary Schools –

Burton Borough School, Newport16
Newport Girls' High School1
Adams' Grammar School, Newport1
The Grove School, Market Drayton2
Thomas Telford School, Telford1
Wrekin College, Wellington1

In September 2012 twenty-five pupils transferred to these Secondary Schools –

Burton Borough School, Newport13
Newport Girls' High School3
Adams' Grammar School, Newport2
Charlton School, Wellington2
The Grove School, Market Drayton1
Thomas Adams School, Wem2
Out of area educational establishments2