School Results KS1 2015


Performance Data 2015

Our performance


Ofsted rated us “good” (2012) and our excellent Key Stage 1 results are amongst the highest in the country.




When Ofsted inspectors visited our school in February 2012, they concluded: “Children make good progress, and this is confirmed by inspection evidence. Parents’ views were encapsulated by one who wrote, ‘Our child is making fantastic progress. We are very pleased with what our child can do at such a young age.’ Attainment is above average by the end of Year 2 in all subjects and disabled pupils and those with special educational needs also make good progress.’


High expectations and great enthusiasm for learning is reflected in our extremely high results. This is partially a result of our creative, flexible, cross-curricular thematic approach to the Curriculum.


Achievement of pupils


Nationally the average expected level for a pupil at the end of Year2 is 2b. Pupils who achieve Level 2a or Level 3 are exceeding the expectations. Historically children have been assessed using these Levels. The 2014-2015 are the last cohort of children to be assessed using these levels.


2014-2015 Key Stage 1 school and national level data


This table shows the percentage of eligible children at Perryfields Infant School achieving each level, compared to national end of Key Stage 1 teacher assessment levels. The shaded sections of the table represent 2014 national teacher assessment data for core subjects.

Figures may not total 100 per cent because of rounding.

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Our 2015 performance



  • Level 2b+ = 85%
  • Level 3 = 43%


  • Level 2b+ = 85%
  • Level 3 = 35%


  • Level 2b+ = 87%
  • Level 3 = 50%


  • Level 2+ = 98%
  • Level 3 = 43%


Our current Year1 children have been learning the new National Curriculum and we facilitate this through the Chris Quigley Essentials Curriculum in a creative thematic approach. Schools have been able to choose their own assessment arrangements. On-going assessment continues to be at the heart of teaching and learning at Perryfields Infant School.


The new assessment system (Target Tracker) tracks how each pupil is performing against the new skills of the national curriculum. Each child is assessed against the skills associated with their age.