In the summer term of 2023, pupils in Y6, Y2, Y1 and EYFS were assessed in accordance with government guidelines. Below we have included some information on how our pupils performed – including national and local data for 2023 – so you can see how we compare to national statistics.
The percentage of children achieving the expected standard in their KS2 SATs is above both Hackney and National averages in every subject.
Our excellent outcomes have been recognised by Paul Senior, Interim Director of Education and Inclusion at Hackney Education which you can read below.
We are very proud of all our pupils and congratulate them on their hard work and achievements.
KS2 SATS Results
In May 2023 Year 6 pupils were assessed in reading, writing, maths and SPaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar). Pupils sit a formal test for these subjects, except for writing, which is assessed by our teachers. Pupils are considered to have met the ‘expected’ standard or to be working at ‘greater depth’ within the subject.
KS1 SATS Results
Pupils in Year 2 were assessed in reading, writing and maths. Pupils sit a maths and a reading test to reinforce teacher assessments/judgments.
Y1 Phonics Screening Check Results
Pupils in Year 1, were asked to read 40 words which were made of 20 ‘real’ words and 20 ‘nonsense’ words. Pupils are judged to have met the required standard if they are able to read 32 or more of the 40 words correctly.
Good Level of Development (End of Reception)
Children are defined as having reached a Good Level of Development (GLD) at the end of the EYFS if they have achieved at least the expected level for the ELGs in the prime areas of learning and the specific areas of mathematics and literacy.