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As a small school our results are rarely published due to small numbers, but we can say that our pupils make excellent progress from whatever their starting points. This year (2019) our pupils were in the top 5% of schools for reading, top 25% of schools for maths and top 40% of schools for writing in the country.  Pupils made excellent progress and we are currently the  3rd best school in Suffolk for progress scores.   We are very proud of our pupils hard work and attitude to learning.  Well done, we have heard good things about you as year 7's in Hadleigh High School!

 

From our last previously published results in 2015 I can say that we were top in the Telegraph Performance Tables for Suffolk, and 7th in the Times!  These results put us among the top 150 Primary Schools in the country!

 

 

Data 2019

End of KS2 

We are celebrating our Year 6 achievements in 2018 - 2019. The cohort was made up of 10 children who achieved excellent results in all subjects.

 

70% of the children  achieved expected and above in Reading, Writing and Maths compared to 65% nationally.

90% of the children achieved expected and above in Reading compared to 73% nationally.

70% of the children achieved expected and above in Writing compared to 78% nationally.

90% of the children achieved expected and above in Maths compared to 79% nationally.

70% of the children achieved expected and above in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling compared to 78% nationally.

 

The children's progress from starting with us in Reception to finishing in Year 6 is excellent. Our average progress scores are 5.7 reading, 1.0 writing and 2.6 maths.  This indicates brilliant progress by pupils.

 

End of KS1

We had 8 children in our cohort for 2018 - 2019. 

25% of the children achieved expected and above in Reading, Writing and Maths compared to 65% nationally.

62% of the children achieved expected and above in Reading compared to 75% nationally.

25% of the children achieved expected and above in Writing compared to 69% nationally. 

38% of the children achieved expected and above in Maths compared to 76% nationally.

 

Our year 1 children achieved 89% pass in the phonics screening compared to 82% nationally.

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