Achievement and School Improvement
Academic 'achievement' is measured by a combination of 'attainment' (the areas of the age-related national curriculum band in which a child is secure) and 'progress' (the measure of improvement a child has made, relative to his/her starting point).
At King's Oak Primary School, levels of attainment and progress have increased, year on year, over time. Our school improvement priorities are focused on raising standards still further.
The 2016 KS2 validated (final) SATs results were published in December. We are so proud of all of our pupils and their achievements!
After changes to the way in which children are assessed and the much higher end-of-Key-Stage expectations of the new National Curriculum, we (together with schools across the country) have been waiting to see the impact of these changes on our end of KS2 results.
Within our Local Authority, our children (including those who did not sit the tests due to special educational needs but who are included in our data as not having met the standard) achieved well and made good progress - please click in the link below for more information.
2016 Achievement Data
Please follow the link below for our latest achievement data for EYFS, Year 1, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
Ofsted Reports and Performance Tables
Please follow the links below for additional achievement and school improvement information.