My Child's progress

For reporting purposes each child’s attainment is measured against the National Curriculum Levels.  At Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2) children are usually working between Level 1 and 3 and are expected by the age of 7 to achieve Level 2. At Key Stage 2 (Years 3 to 6) children are usually working between Level 2 and 5 and are expected by the age of 11 to achieve Level 4. Each Level is broken down into three sublevels, e.g. 2c (lowest), 2b and 2a (highest). In school we monitor progress against these levels. Children are set targets and are expected to make one or two sublevels' progress in each year.

Informal Discussion can be had with the class teacher about your child’s progress throughout the year.

Parents Evenings, twice a year in the Autumn and Spring, provide an opportunity to formally review your child’s work and discuss their progress with the class teacher.

Formal Progress Reports are written annually. These provide a written record of your child’s attitude, effort and attainment.  Progress is assessed by teachers, teaching assistants and children as part of their daily lessons.  Targets for the future are set in reports. 

Standard Attainment Tests (SATs) are completed and reported nationally at the end of Years 2 and 6.  Optional SATs tests are completed in other year groups and used to assess each child’s progress internally.

Your Child's Progress