The outstanding results achieved by pupils at the end of KS2 in 2014 prompted two awards from the SSAT and also an award from Southwark Council for outstanding pupil progress. The award from Southwark Council was to celebrate that the school was in the top 2% of England’s schools for pupil progress.
In addition, our children also achieved the highest average point score of all schools in Southwark.
Here is a summary of results by Key Stage:
Phonics (Year 1)
In 2014 the percentage of Year 1 pupils achieving the required standard in the phonics screening test was significantly above the national average of 74%.
The school is very proud of these outcomes and they are the result of systematic, engaging early literacy teaching across the EYFS and Key Stage 1, combined with high quality staff training, support for parents and targeted intervention.
The percentage of pupils attaining or surpassing each level in all subjects is higher than national average at all levels (L1+ – L3+).
In 2014, the percentage of pupils achieving Level 6 in mathematics was 35% – almost 4 times the national average. While in the English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (EGPS) test our pupils achieved significantly higher than national averages at every level, and, at the higher Level 5 threshold, the proportion of pupils who achieved this level of attainment was 92% – which can be very favourably compared to the national average of 52%.
KS2 Progress (Progress from Y2 to Y6)