Please be aware that the most recent published results available to schools are those from 2018 - 2019 due to no Statutory Assessments taking place during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Please note that there is no published data for 2020 or 2021 as Statutory Assessment in EYFS, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 6 did not take place.
Early Years Foundation Stage
Pupils achieve a good level of development if they achieve the early learning goal in the following areas: Listening and Attention, Understanding, Speaking, Health and self-care, Moving and Handling, Self-confidence and Self Awareness, Managing feelings and Behaviour, Making Relationships, Reading, Writing, Numbers and Shapes, Space, and Measures.
Good Level of Development (GLD)
For the 2021 - 2022 Academic Year: Pupils achieve a good level of development if they achieve the early learning goal in the following areas: Listening, Attention and Understanding, Speaking, Self-Regulation, Managing Self, Building Relationships, Gross Motor Skills, Fine Motor Skills, Comprehension, Word Reading, Writing, Number, Numerical Patterns, Past and Present, People, Culture and Communities, The Natural World, Creating with Materials, Being Imaginative and Expressive.
Year 1 Phonics Screening Check
At the end of Year 1 pupils take a phonic test to assess if they have achieved an expected level of phonic understanding. The expected standard is to score 32 or greater out of 40.
Year 1 Screening scoring 32+
Year 2 Retakes scoring 32+
Key Stage 1 Teacher Assessments
Children are assessed at the end of Key Stage 1. Children sit Statutory Assessment Tests (SATs) in Reading and Maths and their writing is assessed using teacher assessment. Every school’s teacher assessments are moderated by the Local Authority to ensure they are at the correct standard.
At Expected Standard or Above
Key Stage 2 Assessments
Children are assessed at the end of Key Stage 2 when they sit Statutory Assessment Tests (SATs) in Reading, Maths and Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar. Their writing throughout the year is assessed using teacher assessment. The school’s teacher assessments are moderated by the Local Authority as well to ensure they are at the correct standard.
|National||John Wesley||National||John Wesley|
|At Age Related Expected Standard or Above||At Age Related Expected Standard or Above|
Average Scaled Score
Average Scaled Score
KS2 Progress Measure
Children’s progress is measured from the end of Key Stage 1 to the end of Key Stage 2 and presented as a figure either positive or negative. A positive score indicates that children have made better than expected progress, a negative score show indicates that children have made less than expected progress.
Red = well below national average, Orange = below national average, Yellow = in line with national average, Green = above national average.