Longtown Primary School assesses the academic progress of children in school.

The information that we collect on progress is used to plan the next steps in the children’s learning, to assess the effectiveness of the curriculum and the way that it is taught, to report to parents and carers on the progress of their children and to report to the relevant authorities so that they can monitor the effectiveness of the school.

The most significant assessments that we report to the authorities are listed below, and these are the main data sets used by Ofsted when they inspect schools (see Ofsted link on the home menu to see our latest report).

End of Reception Year – Foundation Stage Profile
End of Year 1 – Phonics Progress Check
End of Year 2 – End of Key Stage One assessments
End of Year 6 – End of Key Stage Two assessments

2018/2019 KS2 Assessment Results

Number of students 18
Average Progress in Reading -0.41
Average Progress in Writing -0.80
Average Progress in Maths -1.05
Percentage of students who achieved expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths 78%
Percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment in reading, writing and maths 0%

Information on the outcomes for children in some of these key assessments can be found in our Ofsted report and on the Department for Education website:

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/143116/longtown-primary-school/primary