QUEEN’S Manor pupils had a clean sweep in their SATs – beating local and national averages in all their Key Stage 2 tests.
“We are so proud of the children,” said Headteacher Sonja Harrison. “No one involved with the school can recall better results. They are testament to the dedication of our students and the excellence of our teaching.”
At the end of KS2, an amazing 95 per cent of children in the mainstream reached at least the expected standard (EXS) in reading, compared to the Hammersmith and Fulham average of 82 per cent and the national of 71 per cent.
In writing, QM scored 84 per cent compared to the LBHF average of 81 per cent and the national of 76 per cent. Maths saw QM hit 89 per cent, three points better than the borough and 14 points better than the national.
In grammar, punctuation and spelling (GPS), QM’s brilliant 95 per cent compared favourably to the borough average of 87 per cent and the national of 77 per cent.
To top it all, the children exceeded the national average at “Greater Depth Standard” (GDS) in all subjects and locally in writing, maths and GPS.
At the end of KS1, pupils beat the national averages in writing and maths and narrowly missed out in reading. Full details can be viewed here.