Results and School Improvement Priorities 2017 – 18
Summer 2017 Results
Data below refers to children reaching at least expected standard (EXS) in reading, writing, maths and GPS (grammar, punctuation and spelling).
At the end of KS2 children in the mainstream cohort achieved above local and national averages in reading, writing, GPS and maths. They exceeded the national average at a higher level (GDS) in all areas and they exceeded the local average at a higher level (GDS) in writing, maths and GPS.
At the end of KS1 children in the mainstream cohort exceeded the local and national averages in writing. After all the efforts QM put into writing last year we are really pleased with this. The children narrowly missed the local and national averages in reading. They exceeded the national average in maths, although were slightly below the local average:
Priorities for the coming Year
Based on these published results and the in-year performance of all children across the school we have set the following priorities for school improvement this year:
- Improve outcomes for children in Early Years
- Raise attainment in reading comprehension skills across the school
- Continue to improve writing across the school, including spelling and handwriting
We will be working in close partnership with families to secure these improvements across the school.