School’s Performance

Information about our school’s performance is available through the links below.

We recommend that you contact our school should you have any queries, or make an appointment to visit our school to get a full picture of work and play at Hatton Hill Primary School.

School’s Performance Tables

Education.gov school performance

Data Dashboard

Ofsted Data dashboard

Ofsted Reports

Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. Ofsted reports to Parliament and remains independent and impartial. Ofsted inspects schools as they provide a child’s education and other important skills. Ofsted works with schools to promote improvement. See: www.ofsted.gov.uk for further details on the inspection process.

2017 Ofsted Report
2011 Ofsted Report
2009 Ofsted Report

2017 Key Stage 2 SAT Results

2017 saw the second year of the new key stage 2 tests in mathematics; reading; and grammar, punctuation and spelling. The tests assess children against a national standard taught through the new primary curriculum, which was introduced in 2014. With a brand new curriculum and assessment standards, results cannot be compared with the old levels.


If parents would like to know more about the tests and how the results will be used, please click on the following link for an information leaflet provided by the Standards and Testing Agency.

Parent Information Leaflet:

PARENT INFORMATION LEAFLET: KEY STAGE 2 RESULTS

2017 ATTAINMENT

 

 

Percentage of pupils who achieved:

 

Average Score

Expected Standard

Greater Depth

Reading

102.2

64%

12%

Grammar, punctuation and spelling

105.9

81%

27%

Maths

105.1

86%

14%

Writing

 

86%

14%

 

 

 

 

Reading, writing and maths

 

62%

5%


Disaggregated 2017 Key Stage 2 SAT Results

We pride ourselves on being an inclusive school. Sometimes a small minority of our children have very specific cognitive or physical needs which mean they cannot access the Key Stage 2 assessments alongside their peers. We are driven to achieve the very best for our children; occasionally this cannot be measured through data.  Below is our disaggregated data which reflects the achievement of the pupils who were able to access the Key Stage 2 tests:

 

 

Percentage of pupils who achieved:

 

Average Score

Expected Standard

Greater Depth

Reading

102.2

66%

12%


2016 Key Stage 2 SAT Results

2016 was the first year of the new key stage 2 tests in mathematics reading; and grammar, punctuation and spelling. The tests assess children against a national standard. This year’s tests are the first tests to reflect the new primary curriculum, which was only introduced in 2014. As this is the first year of the new tests the results will look different from those of previous years and cannot be compared with them directly.

Congratulations to our Year 6 leavers in 2016 who were the first to sit the new, more challenging, Key Stage 2 SATs.

If parents would like to know more about the tests and how the results will be used, please click on the following link for an information leaflet provided by the Standards and Testing Agency.

Parent Information Leaflet:

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ATTAINMENT

 

 

Percentage of pupils who achieved:

 

Average Score

Expected Standard

Greater Depth

Reading

99

58%

2%

Grammar, punctuation and spelling

102

72%

12%

Maths

103

72%

14%

Writing

 

98%

14%

 

 

 

 

Reading, writing and maths

 

49%

2%


Disaggregated 2016 Key Stage 2 SAT Results

We pride ourselves on being an inclusive school. Sometimes a small minority of our children have very specific cognitive or physical needs which mean they cannot access the Key Stage 2 assessments alongside their peers. We are driven to achieve the very best for our children; occasionally this cannot be measured through data.  Below is our disaggregated data which reflects the achievement of the pupils who were able to access the Key Stage 2 tests:

 

 

Percentage of pupils who achieved:

 

Average Score

Expected Standard

Greater Depth

Reading

99.7

61%

2%

Grammar, punctuation and spelling

102.7

76%

12%

Maths

103

76%

14%

Writing

 

98%

14%

 

 

 

 

Reading, writing and maths

 

49%

2%


2015 Key Stage 2 Results


ATTAINMENT

Percentage of Pupils who achieved:
Level 4 or above Level 5 or above
Reading 90% 44%
Writing 94% 32%
Mathematics 95% 49%
Grammar, Puntuation and Spelling 93% 80%
Reading, writing and maths 90% 24%

PROGRESS

Percentage of Pupils who have improved by 2 levels between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2
Reading 95%
Writing 95%
Maths 95%