How well do children progress and achieve at South Petherwin?
Our children's attainment is well above national benchmarks throughout the school. Please click on the PDF file below which shows the whole school attainment in national assessments at the end of Summer 2022.
Further details of the exceptional achievements our children make at the end of their time with us (at the end of KS2) can be seen in the following images.
The standard of progress and attainment at our school is high. Our pupils consistently perform above the national average in all areas and we strive to continuously improve our results over time.
All across England, pupil achievement is judged on age-related expectations linked to the knowledge and skills outlined in the National Curriculum. If pupils meet age-related expectations they are said to be working at the 'expected standard'. If they achieve highly (above a scaled score of 110), they are said to be working at 'greater depth'.
The table above is a summary of children's attainment at the end of their time at South Petherwin School over the last three years for which we have national data. Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, no standardised assessment results were published as performance measures by the Department for Education for either 2020 or 2021.
When looking at these figures, it is useful to compare them with how schools did nationally to get an idea about how well children do at our school. We are confident that our cohorts for 2020 and 2021 would have also achieved exceptionally well thanks to the good teaching and learning strategies in place throughout the school.