St Martin's

St Martin's CE VA Primary School
Fangfoss

Assessment, results and performance measures

National statutory assessments took place in the summer of 2022 for the first time since 2019.  Where a year group has enough pupils to take it over the threshold for publication, we publish our results below.

The results show the percentage of our pupils who achieved within the expected standard.  Where applicable, the results also show the percentage of pupils who achieved at greater depth within the expected standard.  The results are subject to final validation in the autumn term 2022.

Where a national average percentage is already available, this is also shown.  We will publish additional information regarding national average percentages when this is received in autumn 2022.  The results show pupils at St Martin’s have consistently achieved significantly above national averages. These results also show significant improvements on 2019, pre-pandemic, attainment in all subjects.

 

KS2 pupils achieving the expected standard
Subject School National
Reading 100% 74%
Writing 82% 69%
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar 100% 72%
Maths 82% 71%
Reading Writing Maths combined 82% 59%
KS2 pupils achieving at greater depth within the expected standard
Reading 42% 28%
Writing 9% 13%
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar 54% 28%
Maths 27% 23%
Reading Writing Maths Combined 9% 7%

 

Early Years Good Level of Development

School

National

87%

65.2% 

 

Year 1 Phonics screening results.

School

National

83%

 75%

 

 Click the link below to view our nationally published school's performance data from 2018/2019.  Please note that although this is the last publicly available data, it is no longer current.  It is important to note that data from that year  may no longer reflect current performance (see above data from 2021-2022).

Performance data

Nationally published statutory assessment results are shown in the attached document: Statutory assessment results 2018/2019.

Results from statutory assessments 2018/2019

 

Performance Measures Website

Click on the attached links for access to the Performance Measures Website.  Please note that the data used on this website is not current because the government will not publish school level data for the 2021 to 2022. This site uses the last available public data from the 2018-2109 academic year and it is important to note that this data no longer reflects current performance (see above data from 2021-2022).

Performance Measures Website

 School Performance Measures Page