We understand that pupil success is not just about brilliant SATs results. Success can also be found in completing a painting, learning a new song on the violin, getting better at spelling or swimming a whole length. Whilst our 2015 academic results are good and rightly show the excellent progress the school is making, we believe that success isn’t always big and showy but that it happens everyday in every classroom.
Our children work incredibly hard and we are proud of them, everyday.
Key Stage 2 Results
last updated: (17 July 2015)
% achieving Level 4+ in mathematics, reading and writing
2015 KS2 SATs Results
Level 4 is the nationally expected standard for pupils at the end of Key Stage 2. Pupils are also expected to make at least 2 levels progress from the end of Key Stage 1 (Year 2) to the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6). At Highweek, a significant number of pupils make above nationally expected progress.
Percentage achieving Level 5+
Percentage achieving Level 4+
Grammar, punctuation and spelling (test)
Children Making Expected Progress (2 Levels) by the end of Key Stage 2
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