Exam and assessment results

Follow this link the Department for Education Performance Tables.

2022-2023 Key Stage 2 SATS Results

Combined Data

  • 88% of pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics
  • 20% of pupils reached the higher standard in reading, writing and mathematics

Subject Data

  • 88% of pupils achieved the standard in mathematics (38% at higher standard)
  • 88% of pupils achieved the standard in reading (46% at higher standard)
  • 92% of pupils achieved the standard in spelling, grammar & punctuation (62% at higher standard)
  • 92% of pupils achieved the standard in writing (27%  at higher standard)

NB: Teacher assessments for writing were moderated by the local authority this year, so our judgements are secured.

Average Scaled Scores

  • 108 = Average scaled score in reading
  • 107 = Average scaled score in mathematics
  • 110 = Spelling, grammar & Punctuation

Progress Scores

  • Reading 3.4
  • Writing 5.0
  • Mathematics 4.0

2021-2022 Key Stage 2 SATS Results

Please see our fantastic progress scores at KS2, which are all above national and in the top 20%, which is a fantastic achievement, bearing in mind the challenges our pupils face.

Progress Scores

  • Mathematics = 6.0 

This is significantly above national figures and in the highest 20%. 

We were ranked 1st for progress in mathematics in Camden.

  • Reading = 4.1 

This is significantly above national figures and in the highest 20% 

We were ranked 10th for progress in reading in Camden.          

  • Writing = 4.5       

This is significantly above national figures and in the highest 20%        

We were ranked 3rd for progress in writing in Camden.

   Combined Data

  • 81% of pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics
  • 15% of pupils reached the higher standard in reading, writing and mathematics

These are above the average percentage for Camden, London and the nation.

Subject Data

  • 96% of pupils achieved the standard in mathematics (38% at higher standard)
  • 88% of pupils achieved the standard in reading (42% at higher standard)
  • 85% of pupils achieved the standard in spelling, grammar & punctuation (46% at higher standard)
  • 81% of pupils achieved the standard in writing (19%  at higher standard)

Average Scaled Scores

  • 106 = Average scaled score in reading
  • 108 = Average scaled score in mathematics

 

Equalities Data Analysis

2020-2021 Key Stage 2 Results (Teacher assessments): 

  • 83% of children achieved the standard in Writing (14% working at Greater Depth)
  • 86% of children achieved the standard in Maths  (17% working at Greater Depth)
  • 97% of children achieved the standard in Reading (31% working at Greater Depth)

 

2018-2019 Key Stage 2 Results: 

85% of our children reached the expected standard in all 3 subjects compared with 65% nationally.

  • 93% of children achieved the standard in Writing (compared with 78% nationally)
  • 89% of children achieved the standard in Maths  (compared with 79% nationally)
  • 89% of children achieved the standard in Reading (compared with 73% nationally)

 

2018 Key Stage 2 Results: 

  • In the top 2% of schools nationally for progress in Writing
  • In the top 12% of schools nationally for progress across all subjects
  • 92% of children achieved the standard in Writing 
  • 72% of children achieved the standard in Maths 
  • 76% of children achieved the standard in Reading

 

2017 Key Stage 2 results: 

  • 96% of children achieved the standard in Maths (compared with 75% nationally)
  • 89% of children achieved the standard in Writing (compared with 76% nationally)
  • 81% of children achieved the standard in Reading (compared with 71% nationally)

81% of our children reached the expected standard in all 3 subjects compared with 61% nationally.

For more detailed analysis for Foundation stage, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 outcomes, click here .

 

Go to our Our School Priorities page to find out what we are doing to move our school on.

 

2016 Key Stage 2 results:

  • In the top 5% of schools in the country for progress in reading and well above the national average for progress in mathematics (in the top 25% of schools)
  • Well above the local authority and national averages in the scaled scores for the reading and writing (Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling) tests 
  • With many more children at the higher level of attainment (Reading 33%, Mathematics 26% and Writing 22%) than in other schools nationally or in the borough 

HOLY TRINITY NW3 2016 KS2 RESULTS