Year 6 Outcomes – Pupil Progress on the Up
The performance of Year 6 pupils in reading, writing and mathematics at the trust’s three primary schools remained broadly similar to those in the previous year but all three saw an increase in the percentage of pupils achieving the higher levels.
Impressive gains have been made in the rates of pupil progress (based on provisional national data).
- All three primary academies exceeded the government’s floor standard for the proportion of pupils making at least two levels of progress in writing
- Two primary academies exceeded the floor standard for the proportion of pupils making at least two levels of progress in reading
- All three academies saw significant increases in the proportion of pupils achieving three or more levels of progress in all three subjects.
Frank Norris, Director of Trust, said,
“These results show that our children, many of whom have had relatively little time in the education system before undertaking SATS, make good and sometimes outstanding progress in our academies.”
“Our own analysis shows that the majority of children who are with us from an early age achieve or exceed national averages and often make outstanding progress from the time they enter our academies.”