Performance Tables & Results
At Seething and Mundham Primary we celebrate the successes of the ‘whole child’, not just their academic performance. It is important to us that every child develops as an individual and we want them to foster a love of learning alongside strong social, moral, spiritual and cultural skills and awareness. The ability to learn together in cooperation and mutual respect is emphasised in all our work and we want our children to become confident, independent learners, able to enjoy and achieve across a full range of subjects and activities.
There are no school results or Primary League tables to measure many of the milestones that our children will achieve during their time at our school but as a school community we will celebrate and ensure that each step is highlighted and individuals grow in confidence and self esteem. We also place real emphasis on enjoying each other’s successes and valuing everyone’s part to play in our happy learning environment.
- Playing an instrument in our evening Musical Showcase Concert up on a stage.
- Making it across the high monkey bars for the first time.
- Reading your poem out in Parent’s Assembly.
- Sleeping away from home at the KS2 two night residential trip.
- Toasting your first marshmallow around the campfire.
- Winning the 3 legged race at Sports Day with your best friend.
(The list is endless!)
The government will not publish KS2 school level data for the 2021 to 2022 academic year. They have archived data from the 2018 to 2019 academic year because they recognise that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance. The link below will take you to the 2019 data.
On-going assessments in school
At Seething and Mundham Primary school assessment is a key part in all our work, it forms the basis of our lesson planning and delivery. Our staff use “Assessment for Learning” in lessons to ensure that they are monitoring pupil’s performance against the learning objectives. These lesson objectives are shared with the children and they judge their work, or sometimes their peer’s work, in order to see how well they have achieved.
Feedback is crucial, it may be verbal or recorded but always helps the children know how to improve their understanding and subsequent work. Tests are used during the year to support teacher assessment and progress is reported termly to parents.
Our 2019 Assessment Results were very impressive and we are all delighted that our children achieved so well.
In the last year of SATS prior to COVID, the school attained a combined score of 80%. This means 80% of our cohort achieved the required standard in reading, writing and maths. By way of comparison the national average was 65%. Further to this, 10% of our children went on to achieve the higher standard in reading, writing and maths, this is equal to the national average.
In the assessed subjects separately the children of Seething did incredibly well:
|Reading 100%||(National average 73%)|
|Writing 80%||(National average 79%)|
|Maths 90%||(National average 79%)|