School Performance

Everyone in school is extremely pleased with assessment results from 2019. Following the publication this month of provisional national performance information, it is clear how well pupils at Stanley Crook perform, compared with pupils nationally.

I have included below two reports which provide detail on school performance against comparative national information. Additionally, I have also included publication texts from the Department for Education which gives detailed information on national performance of pupils within Phonics Screening, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 assessments.

Results from the Year 1 phonics screening assessment are also significantly above national comparisons with 92% of pupils meeting the expected standard (compared to 82% nationally).

May I take this opportunity to thank everyone associated with our school – pupils, staff, parents, governors and our wider local community – for their efforts in supporting our aims and objectives.

Be proud, T.E.A.M. (Together Everyone Achieves More) Stanley Crook!

School Key Stage 2 (Year 6) SATs results 2019 – including 3 year average

School Key Stage 1 (Year 2) SATs results 2019

KS2 Provisional Results 2019

KS1 Provisional Results 2019 

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