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School Performance

The Department for Education publishes 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 results for pupils in Year 6 compare with other schools, locally and nationally.  They also provide information on pupil absence, school finance, school workforce and Ofsted inspection results.

Schools are not required to publish their exam and assessment results from 2019/20 and 2020/21 academic years as these have not been published as performance measures by the Secretary of State.  

Click here to view St Elizabeth’s Catholic Primary School Performance Tables 2019.

National Curriculum Tests

National Curriculum tests take 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 Local Authority averages.  

Year 6 National Curriculum Results 2019 National % of pupils achieving St Elizabeth’s % of pupils achieving
Reading, Writing, Maths Expected Standard 65% 87%
Reading Expected Standard 73% 92%
Reading Higher Standard 27% 50%
Reading Average Scaled Score 104 110
Writing Expected Standard                (Teacher Assessment) 78% 90%
Writing Higher Standard
(Teacher Assessment)
20% 35%
Grammar Punctuation and Spelling Expected Standard 78% 98%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Higher Standard 36% 72%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Average Scaled Score 106 113
Maths Expected Standard 79% 97%
Maths Higher Standard 27% 55%
Maths Average Scaled Score 105 110
Science Expected Standard              (Teacher Assessment) 83% 95%

Pupil Progress at St Elizabeth's in KS2

In 2019 in Mathematics, the school progress score was 3.2, which is well above the national average.

In 2019 in Reading, the school progress score was 3.8, which is well above the national average.

In 2019 in Writing, based on Teacher Assessment the school progress score was 1.2, which is above the national average.