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The Early Years Foundation Stage

The Foundation Stage children are assessed using the Development Matters in the Early Years Foundation Stage document.  They are assessed on entry against age related bands and then again at the end of term 2 and term 4.  At the end of the Foundation Stage the children are assessed against the Early Learning Goals which are the end of Foundation Stage statements.  Evidence to inform are assessments are collected throughout the year and are carried out through a combination of observations, group and individual work.

Key Stage 1 National Curriculum Assessment

At the end of year 1 children undertake a statutory phonics and reading check.

Following the 2017 consultation on primary assessment, the Department for Education (DfE) announced that the end of KS1 assessments would no longer be statutory from the academic year 2023 to 2024 onwards. This took effect from 1st September 2023/. The children will be assessment  by teacher judgements in English reading, English writing, mathematics and science. There is no legal requirements for schools to report KS1 teacher assessments back to the DfE. 

The staff and governors use the Assessments as part of their monitoring and evaluating programme.

Our previous KS1 results can be found here Assessment Data 2022-2023

The link to the school performance tables’ service can also be found here.

School Unique Reference Number (URN): 126235

Keeping you informed

Parent meetings are held twice a year. These meetings give you the opportunity to meet with your child’s teacher and discuss your child’s progress. We welcome your interest and hope that you will not feel it necessary to wait until an open evening to see a member of staff if you are at all concerned about your child.

We also provide annually, a written report on each pupil to give parents an overall view of their child’s progress.

At times, special meetings and workshops are held on specific subjects or educational matters.