Hornbeam Primary School

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School Performance

How well is the school doing?

Hornbeam's results are above national averages in almost every area

Outcomes for children at the end of Key Stage 2 in 2016

Progress made by children between Year 2 and Year 6

 

A score of zero means children have, on average, made the expected progress. Scores close to zero also represent expected progress. Scores further away from zero represent significantly faster or slower progress

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

+0.75
(expected progress)

-0.29
(expected progress)

+2.28
(significantly greater progress)

Attainment of children at the end of Key Stage 2

 

In Key Stage 2 assessments a scaled score of 100 represents the expected standard This table shows the average scaled score of children at Hornbeam compared to the national average

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

Hornbeam 103.9
National 102.6

Hornbeam 103.8 National 103.8

Hornbeam 103.9
National 103.8

 

This table shows the proportion of children who reached at least the expected standard at Hornbeam compared to the national average

Reading

Writing

Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar

Maths

Hornbeam 72%
National 66%

Hornbeam 83% National 74%

Hornbeam 90% National 72%

Hornbeam 90%
National 70%

 

This table shows the proportion of children who reached a higher level of attainment at Hornbeam compared to the national average

 

Reading

Writing

Spelling Punctuation & Grammar

Maths

Hornbeam 21%
National 19%

Hornbeam 17% National 15%

Hornbeam 31% National 22%

Hornbeam 21%
National 17%

More details of our school performance can be found on the DfE School Performance Website

What does our latest inspection report say?

Ofsted inspected our school in March 2014. They judged the school to be good in every area:

Overall effectiveness:

Good

 

 

Achievement of pupils

Good

Quality of teaching

Good

Behaviour and safety of pupils

Good

Leadership and management

Good

The full inspection report can be found on the Ofsted website