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Achievements and Results

Our values are We Care, We Learn and We Shine; this is our aim for all of the children that throughout their journey at Ash Grange they will develop skills, knowledge, passions and character.  From Nursery to Year 6 we monitor children's achievements in all areas of learning and the national curriculum.   Staff will assess children's prior knowledge and skills at the start of years and units.  There are assessment points throughout each week as children complete units of learning and at half term or termly points to see how well the children are achieving compared to peers and national expectations.


Parents/carers receive 2 reports per year, half way through the year in February and at the end of the year in July.  There are parent/teacher meetings to discuss the reports and staff are available to discuss progress and learning through the year.  


Each half term there are Class Exhibitions when families are welcome to come and see all of the children's wonderful achievements, these are also celebrating in each the class termly whole school assembly.


The children also undertake statutory tests at key points during their time at school and this data is reported to parents/carers and the DfE. 

Year 1 have a Phonics Screening in June each year

Year 4 have a multiplication assessment in June each year

Year 6 have SATs assessments in May each year


The Key Stage 2 National Curriculum tests are designed to test children's knowledge and understanding of specific elements of the Key Stage 2 programmes of study. They provide a snapshot of a child’s attainment at the end of the key stage, assessed against age-related expectations.


Reading, Mathematics, Grammar Punctuation and Spelling tests are taken at the end of Year 6, usually when children are 11-years-old. 


At the end of Key Stage 2, teachers assess children's attainment in Writing and Science. These teacher assessment judgements are reported to the Standards and Testing Agency (STA) as well as to parents/carers.


Please follow the link to the DfE schools' performance tables for more information on achievements and progress for 2023.


The government did not publish KS2 school level data for the 2021 to 2022 academic year. They have archived data from the 2018 to 2019 academic year because they recognise that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance.




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