At primary level every school is measured by its results at the end of EYFS (Good Level of Development), Year 1 (Phonics test scores), Year 2 (end of Key Stage One) and at Year 6 (end of Key Stage Two). At secondary level, every school is measured by its results at GCSE.  The link here will take you to the Government Compare Schools for Performance website.

Early Years Foundation Stage

In the Early Years Foundation Stage, school performance is judged on how many children achieve a Good Level of Development (GLD) at the end of their Reception year. In order to achieve a Good Level of Development, children need to have met at least expected in all 12 of the Early Learning Goals.

Comparison of school, West Sussex and National figures

% of children meeting Age Related Expectations

YR 2018 Good Level of Development
School 75%
LA 71%
National 71%

 

Key Stage 1 SATS

Comparison of school, West Sussex and National figures

Year 1 Phonics

Comparison of school, West Sussex and National figures

% of children meeting Age Related Expectations

Year 1 2018 Phonics
School 85%
LA 82%
National 83%

 

Phonics average score

Year 1 2018 Phonics Average Score
School 34.9
LA 33.6
National 33.9

 

% of children meeting Age Related Expectations

KS1 2017 Reading Writing Mathematics RWM Combined
School 63% 58% 64% n/a
LA 73% 61% 70% n/a
National 76% 68% 75% n/a

 

KS1 2018 Reading Writing Mathematics RWM Combines
School 71% 67% 79% n/a
LA 75% 66% 74% n/a
National 75% 70% 76% n/a

 

KS1 2018 Exceeding Reading Exceeding Writing Exceeding Mathematics
School 29% 12% 12%
LA 21% 16% 17%
National 26% 11% 22%

 

Key Stage 2 SATS

Comparison of school, West Sussex and National figures

2018 KS2 Attainment

% of children meeting Age Related Expectations

Percentage of pupils who've achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and maths.
67% of CFS pupils, 61% LA, 64% Nationally.  (53% of CFS pupils in 2017).

Average progress that pupils have made in reading between KS1 and KS2 is -2.64 (0.34 in 2017).

Average progress that pupils have made in writing between KS1 and KS2 ia -0.61 (-6.06 in 2017).

Average progress that pupils have made in maths between KS1 and KS2 ia -1.35 (-2.14 in 2017).

Percentage of pupils who've achieved a higher standard in reading, writing and maths.. 13% of CFS pupils, 7% LA, 10% Nationally.

CFS pupils average scaled score in the reading test is 102.5. 105.1 LA, 105 Nationally.

CFS pupils average scaled score in the maths test is 103.2. 103.7 LA, 104.4 Nationally.

 

GCSE Examination Results 2018

Provisional Headline Figures

 


CFS 2018
(All pupils)        

CFS 2018
(Disadvantaged)

CFS 2017 (All pupils) National 2017 (all pupils)
Progress 8

-0.04
average

0.03
average
+0.29
average
-0.03
(state schools)
Attainment 8 44.63   45.7 46.8 44.6
4+ in English and Mathematics 63.46% 80% 86% 64%
5+ in English and Mathematics 36.54% 30% 52% 39.9%
5 A*-C/9-4 (incl. English
and Mathematics)
61.54% 70% 76% 54%
Achieved Ebacc
(Good Pass 4+)
26.9% 10% 28% 23.8%
Achieved EBacc 
(Strong Pass 5+)
15.4% 0% 28% 19.7%
EBacc APS 4.06 4.02 - 3.83
4+ English 86.54% 100% 97% 69%
5+ English 65.38% 80% 72% 52%
English Progress 8 Element 0.34 0.48 0.42 0.00
4+ Mathematics 67.31% 80% 86% 71%
5+ Mathematics 40.38% 40% 66% 48.1%
Mathematics Progress 8 Element 0.37 -0.09 1.13 0.00

 

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/139668?tab=secondary

Other Information

Pupils entered for EBacc in 2018 = 52%
Pupils staying in education or employment after Key Stage 4 in 2018 = 100%

 

Other Subject Results

SUBJECTS % 9-4 2018 No. of pupils
9-4 2018
% 9-4 2017
Science 78% 32/41 70%
Triple Science 90% 9/10 100%
History 68% 17/25 85%
Geography 42% 11/26 25%
French 39% 5/13 86%
Spanish 56% 10/17 67%
Art 67% 6/9 89%
Food and Nutrition 80% 8/10 33%
Product Design 74% 17/23 88%
Business Studies 28% 3/11 25%
Computer Science 38% 3/8 0%
Drama 67% 2/3 57%
Media Studies 92% 11/12 100%
Physical Education 44% 7/16 60%
Statistics 93% 13/14 100%

 

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