School Performance

The Department for Education publish Performance Tables which provide information on the achievements of pupils in primary, secondary and 16-18 provision in schools and colleges.  

The Primary School Performance Tables provide information on school performance for pupils at the end of Key Stage 2 (KS2) of the national curriculum, showing how KS2 results compare with other schools in a local authority area and in England as a whole. They also provide information on pupil absence, school finance, school workforce and Ofsted inspection results.

Click here to view St Elizabeth’s Catholic Primary School Performance Tables 2017.

In November 2017, it was published in the Sunday Times that St Elizabeth’s has been ranked as number 19 in the Top 250 State Primary Schools in England.  St Elizabeth’s is very proud of this achievement, and it is a true testament of the dedication of our pupils.

National Curriculum Tests

National Curriculum testing takes place in Year 6 in English and Mathematics. St Elizabeth’s pupils perform very highly in the Year 6 National Curriculum tests, with attainment consistently above National and borough averages.  In 2017 once again we are very proud of our Year 6 pupils’ achievements.

We are delighted to receive a letter of congratulations from Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP for our very high standard of achievement in Mathematics in the 2017 Key Stage 2 Assessments, which places St Elizabeth’s in the top 1% of primary schools in England for attainment in Mathematics.

In 2017 in Mathematics, the school progress score was +5.1, well above the national average.

In 2017 in Reading, the school progress score was +4.8, well above the national average.

In 2017 in Writing, based on Teacher Assessment, the school progress score was -0.1, in line with the national average.

Click here to view Year 6 National Curriculum Test Results 2017.