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Attainment

Attainment
The Early Years Foundation Stage (Reception) do not level the children in the same way as Key Stage 1 and 2. Instead the children are judged to be 'emerging', 'expected' or 'exceeding' in the different aspects of their curriculum. For a child to achieve a 'Good Level of Development', then they need to be assessed at the 'expected' level or above in the following 'prime' areas: Communication and Language, Physical Development, Personal Social and Emotional Development, Literacy and Mathematics. The percentage of children who were at a 'Good Level of Development' is detailed below:


END OF KS1 DATA

In 2016 the first of the new National Curriculum End of Key Stage Assessments were used. The assessment and standards are very different and data cannot be compared with previous years.

In 2017 the schools attained the following results:

END OF KS2 DATA

In 2016 the first of the new National Curriculum End of Key Stage Assessments were used. The assessment and standards are very different and data cannot be compared with previous years.

In 2017 the schools attained the following results:


For further information on the schools data please click on the links below for the Department of Education website.


Bramford dfe site                Somersham dfe site