Data below refers to children reaching at least expected standard in reading, writing, maths and GPS (grammar, punctuation and spelling). As this is the first year of the new tests, the results will look different from those of previous years and cannot be directly compared with them. This is because the new curriculum is significantly more challenging than before, with higher expectations of achievement for pupils.
At the end of KS2, our mainstream children achieved above local and national averages in reading, GPS and maths. They matched or exceeded the national average at a higher level in both GPS and maths.
Our KS1 mainstream children exceeded national and averages in reading, writing and maths. They matched or exceeded local average in reading and maths.
However if you look in the national press and on comparative websites you will notice that some of our results look comparatively low to other schools and that we don’t appear to meet national benchmarks.
This is due to the impact of our Special Educational Needs Unit results being published alongside our mainstream results.
Queen’s Manor is in a unique position within Hammersmith and Fulham as the only school with an additional resource base (unit) where the achievement of children with learning difficulties is published alongside mainstream results.
However, after we pointed out the anomaly, Hammersmith and Fulham Council have recently agreed to “disaggregate” our results so we can present a clearer picture of actual achievement in the mainstream.
This enables stakeholders and parents/carers of potential pupils to compare our results to other schools locally and nationally. You will notice that the tables below are entitled ‘with’ or ‘without’ unit.
Please bear this in mind when comparing results and, if you would like further explanation, please contact the School Office.