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Our Results

SATS REsults - KS2 - 2019

We are very proud of the results achieved this year in the statutory government tests for Year Six. This is the third time we have been tested on the new, much more challenging curriculum and the hard work undertaken by the children, staff and families enabled the children to rise to the challenge putting the children in an excellent position for starting at Secondary Schooll.  The results include those for children eligible for Pupil Premium, as well as those with Special Educational Needs.  Well done everyone!

You can on the picture links below to see our academy data on the DfE's School Performance Tables National Comparison website. Please be aware that since we became an academy mid-way through the 2013-14 academic year, data up to and including 2013 is held separately as a previous school.

DfE comparison site(1)

Number of pupils: 28

Number of SEND: 4

Number of EAL: 2

 

% at 100+ (met the standard or above)

% at 110 (Greater Depth)

Reading

79%

39%

Writing

82%

18%

SPAG

82%

39%

Maths

93%

36%

 

 

 

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths

75%

11%

Science

93%

 

Extract From Gazette and Herald:

 

Burbage Primary School’s bumper SATs results

Burbage Primary School has this week received confirmation of another bumper set of Key Stage 2 SATs results for their Year 6 children - for the third successive year.  

All year six children are required to sit the Standard Assessment Tests (SATs) in reading, writing, mathematics and spelling, punctuation and grammar. Burbage Primary has achieved results well above the national average across all subjects and has produced outstanding results for the third year running.

Beck Stubbs, Executive Principal, said “This is another set of outstanding results for Burbage Primary School and together with the incredible sporting successes the school has had this year, shows how hard the children and staff have worked.”


“Of particular note is the school’s fabulous results in Maths, with 93 per cent of children achieving the national standard and 39 per cent achieving well above this.”

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