At Chancel we take great pride in our outstanding results.
Please follow either of the links below to see how results at Chancel compare to other schools in the county and nationwide:
KS2 End of Year SATs Results – as at July 2016
Expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths
End of Key Stage results for July 2016 showed that children at Chancel Primary School attaining significantly higher than children nationally in reading, writing, maths and grammar, punctuation and spelling. The Key Indicator of reading, writing and maths combined resulted in 93% of children reaching the expected standard whereas only 53% of children did the same nationally.
All Schools Nationally
|Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling||94%||72%||72%|
|Reading, Writing and Maths Combined||93%||53%||53%|
Average progress in maths, reading and writing
Chancel Primary School is in the top 1% of schools nationally for pupil progress. These results confirm the pupils at Chancel make what Ofsted would describe as substantial (outstanding) progress.
|Standardised Progress Measure||Chancel Primary School|
Average ‘scaled score’ in reading, writing and maths
Average ‘scaled scores’ show the average attainment of the whole group of children. The higher the score, the better the cohort has performed. The scale runs for individual children between 90 and 120 (most able children). In all area measured, pupils at Chancel Primary School perform better than pupils nationally.
|Subject||Chancel Primary School||All Schools Nationally|
|Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling||107||104|
High level of attainment in reading, writing and maths
More able children at Chancel Primary School have a better chance of attaining high levels of attainment than they do nationally. This is true in all subject areas however it is especially notable in maths where 41% of the cohort ended Key Stage Two at a high level of attainment.
|Standardised Progress Measure||Chancel Primary School||All Schools Nationally|
|Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling||25%||23%|
|Reading, Writing and Maths combined||16%||5%|