QUEEN’S Manor pupils have recorded another great result in their SATs – coming off the back of best-ever figures last year.
“We are so proud of the children,” said Acting Headteacher Phoebe du Parcq. “They are testament to the dedication of our students and the excellence of our teaching.”
Our KS1 mainstream children exceeded local and national averages in writing. They matched local and national averages in reading and matched the national average in maths.
At the end of KS2, our mainstream children exceeded local and national averages in reading, writing, and GPS (grammar, punctuation and spelling), and they exceeded the national average in maths. They exceeded local and national averages at a higher level in reading, writing and maths and the national average at a higher level in maths.
During the year 2017-18 there were 28 mainstream children included in the SATs and 4 children within the “Pavilion” SEN unit. Therefore, the total number of children for whom we have KS2 data is 32 and each child represents approximately 3% of the overall figures.
Queen’s Manor is in a unique position within Hammersmith and Fulham as the only school with an additionally resourced provision (SEN unit) where the achievement of children with learning difficulties is published alongside mainstream results.
You will see that we provide 2 sets of data: one ‘disaggregated’ (28 mainstream children) and on ‘with unit’ (all 32 children). Any data published in the public realm, i.e. on comparative websites, will be our ‘with unit’ data, so therefore not a true representation of how the school has performed.
Please bear this in mind when comparing results and, if you would like further explanation, please contact the School Office. You can see the full data here.