A variety of assessment methods are used to measure progress and celebrate children's achievements in their learning. These include Assessment for Learning (AfL) techniques which are used daily by class teachers to ensure that teaching meets the needs of each child, and that children themselves know how to improve and extend their learning. Questions, marking, feedback, discussion and observations are an invaluable part of this process, as is discussion amongst staff themselves.

In addition children take part in series of more formal tests which provide an opportunity to demonstrate knowledge and skills mastered. Some of these are statutory.*
*Please note all formal testing was suspended for 2020 and again for 2021, due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, therefore our results below are from 2018-2019, the government will not publish KS2 school level data for the 2021-2022 academic year. They have archived data from the 2018-2019 academic year because they recognise that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance.

Key Stage 1

Children at the end of Year 1 take a phonic reading check to show their understanding and skills.
Children in Year 2 have assessments in reading, writing and maths. They will also be tested for grammar, punctuation and spelling (GAPS)

Key Stage 2

Children in Year 6 have statutory assessents in reading, maths and GAPS. In addition a teacher assessment is made for writing, speaking & listening and science.

Details of school results can be viewed through the links below.