Key Stage Assessment Results

Key Stage Assessment Results at St Julian's Church School

Every year our school's assessment results for Early Years, Phonics, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 are published by the DFE.

Statutory assessments returned in 2021/22 following the disruption of covid in the previous two years.

Below is the most up-to-date published data available.

Assessment Results 2023 (% at expected level)

Key Stage 2 (Year 6)

 School 2023 test resultsSchool 2023 teacher AssessmentNational average 2023 
Writingn/a85% at expected level

23% greater depth

71% at expected
Grammar, punctuation and spelling85% expected level

46% greater depth

average score 108

n/a72% at expected
Reading92% expected level

62% greater depth

average score 109

85% at expected level73% at expected
Mathematics100% expected level

46% greater depth

average score 109

92% at expected level


73% at expected
Reading, writing and maths combined85% expected level

23% greater depth

n/a59% at expected



Key Stage 1 (Year 2)

 School 2023 teacher assessmentsNational Average 2023
Writing58% expected level58% at expected
Reading67% expected level67% at expected
Mathematics83% expected level68% at expected



School 2023 teacher assessmentsNational Average 2022
Year 189%82%
Year 2100%87%


Early Years (Reception)

School 2023 teacher assessmentsNational Average 2022
% achieving Good Level of Development (GLD)81%65%


DfE Performance Tables

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