Attainment and Progress - July 22 update
At St. Luke's, we work incredibly hard to support all of our pupils in their learning journey.
Our progress results continue to be positive and evidence very good value added over the children's seven year journey at St. Luke's. Historically children can arrive working below expected age-related expectations but they, in turn, make better than expected progress during their time with us; the vast majority leaving at or above expected standards by the end of year 6 - which is outstanding progress overtime.
As a result of extended school closures due to Covid-19 and the negative impact this has had on pupils' ability to access normal schooling, all National data was suspended in 2019/2020 and 2020/2021.
SATS assessments returned in May 2022 for KS1 and KS2 but this data will not be published by the Department of Education as they do not wish to place any negative judgements on schools, staff and/or children who may have missed vast amounts of their education and who have as a result not achieved predicted outcomes.
Please see below for detailed information on 2018/2019 national data - this is the last DfE published data .
** Reminder : 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 data is unavailable due to COVID-19.
Progress of pupils over 2021-2022
- coming soon
What do our results say?
Our results illustrate the fantastic work our teachers and pupils are achieving, through partnership and challenge.
Our pupils love learning and relish the enrichment activities born from an exciting creative curriculum "jam packed" with challenge and opportunity.
We are immensely proud of our pupils and the progress they have made, please take a look for yourselves:
National School Data for 2021/22 will not be published due to the challenges of the last two years but we will share progress with you in September.