School Performance

Ofsted Reports

Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. Ofsted regulate and inspect schools and colleges to seek improvement in the service. They carry out large number of inspections and regulatory visits in England and publish their finding on their website.

View all Applegarth Primary School Ofsted Reports online

Exam & Assessment Data

The performance measure for the 2018 to 2019 academic year are not current. We are, however, required to publish them. This gives us the opportunity to showcase just how much pupil outcomes have improved over the last three years.  Please make sure you read the exam and assessment data further down the page as well as the data directly below.

Our school has made rapid and sustained improvements in all areas since the new leadership team have been in place (2019-2020 academic year), and we are pleased to be able to present our much-improved headline data from Early Years to Year 6 for the 2021-2022 academic year.

The progress and attainment is testament to the strength in teaching and leadership at all levels and our relentlessly high expectations for our learners. The drive for continual improvement has been the same with regards to attendance. Our attendance data is available on the new, dedicated attendance page.

The positive impact of our work around reducing the disadvantaged gap can be found on the document below and on our pupil premium page. Progress for pupils with SEND has improved rapidly and significantly too.

Reception GLD

2017/20182018/2019
New Leadership
Sept 19
2019/20202020/20212021/202
Applegarth67.5%65.8%No data71.1%81%
National Average71.5%71.8%No data*71.8%
(2018/2019 National Average)
TBC
Gap-4%-6%Broadly in lineTBC

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check (PSC)

2017/20182018/2019
New Leadership
Sept 19
2020/2021
Check taken in
autumn term (Y2)
2021/2022
Check taken in
autumn term (Y2)
2021/2022
All Pupils
(Applegarth)
78%81%90%93%85%
Ever 6 FSM
(Applegarth)
75%78%78%86%82%
National Average83%82%TBCTBC

Year 2 Phonics Screening Recheck

2017/20182018/2019
New Leadership
Sept 19
2020/2021
Check taken in
autumn term (Y3)
2021/2022
Check taken in
autumn term (Y3)
2021/2022
Cumulative total of
Year 1 and 2 checks
83.3%81.1%92%95%
(91% if Ever 6 FSM met the standard)
93%
(82% of Ever 6 FMS met the standard)

Year 4 Multiplication Tables Check (MTC)

2017/20182018/2019
New Leadership
Sept 19
2020/20212021/2022
All Pupils
(Applegarth)
9%27%65%
Average Mark1624.4
National AverageTBC

2021

27% of our Year 4 pupils achieved full marks. This puts our school in the top 10% of schools nationally.

The average number of correct marks per pupils was 16 which puts Applegarth in the top 5% of schools nationally.

2022

65% of our Year pupils achieved full marks. Early indicators show that the national average is 30% at full marks (we achieved double this).

The average number of correct marks per pupils was 24.4. The mean score nationally is 20/25. We achieved over four marks higher than this. 

National data will be released by the DfE in November.

Check School Performance Tables

You can use performance tables (sometimes known as league tables) to compare schools and colleges in your area. You can check:

  • exam and test results
  • financial information
  • Ofsted reports

You can only see statistics for schools and colleges in England.

Start your search here

Department for Education

Many Parents are keen to see how we are performing in relation to other schools.

The Department for Education (Dfe) Performance Tables provide a reliable and accessible source of comparative information on pupil attainment and progress, absence, workforce and finance.

Information for Parents

School Performance Policies & DocumentsDownload
National Curriculum Assessment Results at the End of KS1Download
2023 Multiplication Tables CheckDownload
National Curriculum Assessment Results at the end of KS2Download
Primary School Progress MeasuresDownload

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