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16 July, 2019

After lots of hard work, focus and determination, our Year 6 children finally received their Key Skills Test results. We are so proud of them for who they have become in their own rights and their results put the cherry on the cake.

In Reading [75%], they achieved higher than the national average [73%]. In Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling [82%], they achieved higher than the national average [78%]. In Maths [78%], they achieved in line with the national average [79%]. In Writing [73%], they were just under the national average [78%]. Overall. 60% achieved the Combined National Standard compared to the national average of 65%.

Whilst we are extremely proud of them and their results, we know that they are so much more than just a score. They are warm, caring, talented young people of great character, enthusiasm and drive.



September 2019

We start the year with two INSET Days on 2nd and 3rd September. Children return to school on Wednesday 4th September.

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