Assessment and Data
Assessment Results and Summary Data
70% Combined Reading, Writing and Maths (2016)
77% Combined Reading, Writing and Maths (2017)
90% Combined Reading, Writing and Maths (2018)
73% Combined Reading, Writing and Maths (2019)
Shirestone Academy KS2 Results for Attainment and Progress continue to be significantly above the National Average for 2016, 2017 and 2018.
CLICK HERE TO SEE ATTAINMENT AND PROGRESS IN 2016
CLICK HERE TO SEE ATTAINMENT AND PROGRESS IN 2017
CLICK HERE TO SEE ATTAINMENT AND PROGRESS IN 2018
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CLICK TO SEE A FULL ATTAINMENT AND PROGRESS FOR 2019 INCLUDING THE 3 YEAR AVERAGE
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If you would like to discuss any of this data further please contact the school office.
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We are incredibly proud of our children in Year 6 for achieving such Outstanding Results. We wish them the best in their new Secondary Schools.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How will I know how my child has performed in their assessment?
Teachers will share information regarding your child's learning and development regularly throughout the year. NB: The results from the Reception Baseline Assessment are not shared with schools.
What is a scaled score?
A Scaled Score converts the number of marks a student has got into a consistent and standardised score.
What does ARE mean?
ARE (Age Related Expectation) means that your child is working at their current age expectations.
What does GLD mean?
GLD stands for Good Level of Development and has replaced Exceeding in Early Years