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Ofsted Reports and End of Key Stage Performance Data

In 2017, the Year 6 cohort achieved Key Stage 2 test results which exceeded the national average in all subjects.
  National All Saints'
% achieving the expected standard in writing 76 90
% achieving the expected standard in spelling, punctuation and grammar 77 93
% achieving the expected standard in reading 72 80
% achieving the expected standard in mathematics 75 83
% achieving above the expected standard in writing 18 17
% achieving above the expected standard in spelling, punctuation and grammar 31 53
% achieving above the expected standard in reading 25 43
% achieving above the expected in mathematics 23 47
% achieving the expected standard in all subjects 61 67
% achieving above the expected standard in all subjects 9 17

 

The progress scores, which demonstrate the improvement of pupils between the end of KS1 and the end of KS2, show that children from All Saints' make roughly expected progress.  A progress score of 0 is average.

 

  National All Saints'
Progress score in writing 0 -1.2
Progress score in maths 0 +0.7
Progress score in reading 0 -0.2

 

In 2016, the children in Year 6 were tested using new tests to reflect the higher challenge of the new National Curriculum.  Children At Saints' performed significantly higher than the national average in all subjects.

 

 

Subject National All Saints'

% Reaching Age Related Expectation in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

72% 92%
% Reaching Age Related Expectation in Writing 76% 89%
% Reaching Age Related Expectation in Reading 67% 79%
% Reaching Age Related Expectation in Maths 71% 82%

 

Subject School National
% Reaching Above Age Related Expectation in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar 21 5
% Reaching Above Age Related Expectation in Reading 36 19
% Reaching Above Age Related Expectation in Writing 32 17
% Reaching Above Age Related Expectation in Mathematics 21 5

 

In 2015, children at All Saints' achieved end of Key Stage results which were above average in all subjects, showed an improvement on 2014 and demonstrated that most children made excellent progress from their individual starting points.

 

% Level 4+ in reading 97
% Level 4+ in writing 97
% Level 4+ in mathematics 93
% Level 4+ in English and mathematics 90
% Level 5+ in reading 45
% Level 5+ in writing 38
% Level 5+ in mathematics 45
% making expected progress in reading between Key Stage 1 and 2 93
% making expected progress in writing between Key Stage 1 and 2 100
% making expected progress in maths between Key Stage 1 and 2 93                 

 

Please find below our most recent "good" Ofsted report, and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables based on 2016 End of Key Stage results. 
In October 2015 we were inspected by the Church of England's National Society to judge our effectiveness as a Church School.  Below is the report.  The report judges the school as being good and highlights the outstanding impact worship has on the children.  The National Society inspects church schools every 5 years.

National Society Report on the effectiveness of All Saints' as a Church of England School

Inspired by Christ - Reaching Out to All - Being the Best We Can Be

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