For us, our outcomes are split, with the traditional SATs and softer outcomes about children’s readiness for the next stage of their educational journey and preparation for the role they have in society.

We report our SAT results, at both Key Stages 1 and 2 and our phonics check outcomes. During the pandemic, SATs were not held and official collection of data was suspended. We are working hard to ensure all gaps are closed and children are able to reach their potential. The Government intention is that SATs will be held in 2021-2022 starting with a phonics check for Year 2 in November 2021 and through all other standard assessments held at the standard time. These are:

Key Stage 2 (Year 6) SATs, in Reading, Maths, Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling in May 2022

Key Stage 1 (Year 2) SATs in Reading and Maths in May 2022

Year 4 Times Tables Check in June 2022

Year 1 Phonics Check in June 2022

Year 2 and Year 6 writing teacher assessment in June 2022

Within school, we also assess Reading, Writing and Maths levels for all year groups through teacher assessment.

The data linked here is historic data from the last statutory tests taken in 2019.



In 2019 we were rated Good by Church of England's SIAMS inspector. You can read the report here: SIAMS 2019.


In July 2023 we were rated Requires Improvement by Ofsted. View the report here

You can share your views with Ofsted on their Parent View website.


Our 2021 Year 6 class have achieved the following standards in swimming

29/30 96.67% can swim 25m in at least one stroke
21/29 72.41% can swim 25m in a range of strokes
29/30 96.67% have completed basic life saving skills

Financial Benchmarking

It is important that we improve outcomes for pupils by getting the best value from school resources. This link allows you to compare how we spend our income against similar schools.