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Our school performance is compared with that of others schools through our Statutory Assessment Tests (SATs) results and how our pupils improve during their time at St Thomas'.

“The government will not publish KS2 school level data for the 2021 to 2022 academic year. The last available public data is from the 2018 to 2019 academic year. It is important to note that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance.”

2023

KS2 Comparative Information

?% of pupils meeting expected standard:

School

% of pupils meeting expected standard:

Nationally

% of pupils achieving a higher standard:

School

% of pupils achieving a higher standard:

Nationally

Average scaled score:


School

Average scaled score:


Nationally


Progress
scores

Reading83%73%36%29%107.4105.1-0.19

Writing

84%71%17%-N/AN/A0.04
Maths71%73%25%24%104.4104-2.27
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling81%72%17%-105.2105-

Combined score at expected  (reading writing and maths):

School – 64%    Nationally – 59%

Combined score at expected  (reading writing and maths):

School – 10%    Nationally – 8%

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KS1

Phonics


The multiplication check is statutory for schools.  This takes place in June when pupils are in Year 4.  Parents receive a copy of their child's results with their annual school report and national statistics can be found on the DFE Website.

 
For further information about our school's performance can be found on the DFE Website