School Performance Data
School Performance Data Tables
These charts are taken from the GOV.UK website. They show performance data for the last academic year (2018-19).
Progress is measured between the end of Key Stage 1 (Year 2) and the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6). This shows that our children's progress was above the average progress for all the Year 6 children in England in both reading and writing and in line with the average for Maths.
The percentage of our children reaching the expected standard in reading, writing and maths together was greater than the percentage for Wolverhampton and for England and the percentage of our children reaching the higher standard for Reading, Writing and Maths together was in line with the percentage for Wolverhampton and England.
When our children take their SAT Tests in Reading and Maths their score for the test is converted to a standardised score. A standard score of 100 means they have achieved the expected standard for Year 6. The average score for our pupils in Reading and Maths is in line with the average score for pupils in Wolverhampton and England.
You can view the tables on the .gov website, or see our results over time by clicking the links below.