Congratulations to our primary pupils and staff for achieving the Academy’s best set of results.
Progress levels at the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6) were in the top 10% nationally in both reading and maths and in the top 20% for writing. In Northumberland, the Academy was placed third in maths and fifth in reading.
In reading, 77% of pupils reached the benchmark standard set by the Government compared to a national average of 71%.
In Maths, 79% achieved the expected standard, higher than the national average of 75%. At greater depth, reading and maths were above the national average and 66% of pupils achieved expected standard in all areas compared to a national average of 61%.
Across the primary phases, all results were above the national average, including Good Levels of Development (GLD) in Reception and phonics test results in Key Stage 1.
Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)
- 73% of children in Reception achieved at a Good Level of Development benchmark, for the second year in a row above the national average of 70%.
At Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2)
- In Year 1, 83% achieved the phonics test and over 90% achieved it in Year 2. In both cases this exceeded the national average.
- In Year 2, in the annual assessments, 76% (National Average 76%) achieved expected standard in Reading, 68% (68%) in Writing, and 74% (75%) in mathematics. At greater depth reading and mathematics were above the national average.
Primary Director, Mrs Hinson, said: “These fantastic results have not happened overnight, but are the result of long-term hard work and dedication from pupils and staff, alongside vital parental support.
“It really has been a whole team effort that involves instilling the children with a tenacity and desire to learn and not to give up when the going gets tough.
“Introducing higher level reading areas with additional quality books, specialist speech and language therapy, Easter Schools and the support of the Learner Welfare team are just a few of the many initiatives we have at the Academy that are contributing to the success of our pupils.”
More information about our results can be found HERE.