SAT Results

We are really proud of our children's high achievements and positive attitudes to their learning. At Herstmonceux School children leave Year 6 having achieved good standards in reading, writing and maths. They make good progress that is higher than national average, over their time at our school. We place a high value on building a learning community and we are delighted to see that vision reflected in the data below:

End of KS2 (Year 6) SAT results for 2019 (unvalidated data)

Our pupils achieve high standards in reading, writing, grammar, punctuation and spelling and mathematics. The school's average point score for attainment in Reading is 105 and Mathematics is 106.

The percentage of pupils who achieved level the expected level in:

Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined = 81% (national 65%)

Reading = 84% (national 73%)

Writing = 84% (national 79%)

Mathematics = 90% (national 79%)

Grammar, punctuation and spelling = 84% (national 78%)

The percentage of pupil achieving a high level of attainment in:

Reading, writing and mathematics combined = 7% (national 11%)

Reading = 19% (national 27%)

Writing = 20% (national 19%)

Maths = 27% (national 16%)

Grammar, punctuation and spelling = 13% (national 36%)

Progress from KS1 to KS2

Pupils make good progress during their time at our school. In 2019, the average point progress for the school in Reading is 0.0, Writing is 0.3 and Mathematics is 0.5. The national average is 0.0.

End of KS1 (Year 2) SAT results for 2018

Percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard

Reading 80% (national 75%)

Writing 77% (national 69%)

Maths 87% (national 76%)

Percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment:

Reading 30% (national 25%)

Writing 20% (national 15%)

Maths 27% (national 22%)

Year 1 & Early Years

Year 1 Phonics Screen

90% of pupils achieved at score of 32+ points (currently national standard) at the end of Year 1 compared to 82% nationally.

Early Years Foundation Stage Profile

85% of pupils achieved a good level of development in comparison to 72% of pupils nationally (2019).

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