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Achievement and Progress Summary for the Academic Year 2022-2023 

KS2 Attainment by Subject (% at the Expected Standard):  

Cohort ( )% National
Reading Writing Maths
All pupils 5888% (73%) 90% (71%)91% (73%) 
Average Score58108.4 (105.1)N/A105.4 (104.2)

KS2 Attainment by Subject (% at Greater Depth):  

Cohort ( )% National
Reading Writing Maths
All pupils 5845% (29%) 12% (13%) 19% (24%)

KS2 Combined Achievement in Reading, Writing and Maths Combined 

School National 
% at Expected RWM84% 59% 
% Greater Depth RWM 3% 8% 

Attainment at Key Stage 1:  

School National
At the Expected Standard -Reading 72.5% 66.9% 
At Greater Depth- Reading 25.5% 18% 
At the Expected Standard – Writing 72.5% 57.6% 
At Greater Depth – Writing 3.9% 8% 
At the Expected Standard – Maths 72.5% 67.7% 
At Greater Depth – Maths 25.5% 15.1% 

End of Year 1 Phonics Screening Check:  

No. pupils: School National 
% achieving Y1 79.1% 75% 


No. pupils: School National 
% GLD 70% 65.2%
Music Mark

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