Performance Data

Letter of Congratulations from Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP

Letter of Achievement from KCC


A summary of our school assessment and progress data

(All data is from July 2017 for the academic year 2016-2017)


How well do our children do in the Foundation Stage?

The EYFS Profile is broken down into seven specific areas of learning:

On leaving the Foundation Stage at the end of Reception, a child is considered to have a ‘Good Level of Development’ if they have achieved at least the expected level in the Early Learning Goals in all aspects of PSE, Physical development, Communication and language, Literacy and  Mathematics.

The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Profile is a report of your child’s development and achievement at the end of the Reception year. There are three main objectives: to inform parents about their children’s development, to ease the transition to Key Stage 1  and the expectations of the New Curriculum, and to help Year 1 teachers plan for the year ahead to meet the needs of the entire class.





National figure

Percentage at ‘Good Level of Development




How well do our children in Year 1 do in the Phonics Assessment?

The phonics screening check is a short, light-touch assessment to confirm whether individual children have learnt phonic decoding to an appropriate standard. All Year 1 children are required to be assessed in this area in Year 1.

It will identify the children who need extra help so they are given support by their school to improve their reading skills.

This year we had a letter from Nick Gibb commending us on our phonics in school and letting us know that we are in the top 8% of schools in the country.  This focus on phonics impacts positively on our reading throughout the school. For the letter from Nick Gibb, please click here.





Percentage achieving the National Phonics Standard




This academic year there was a change in end of Key Stage Assessments in line with the new Primary Curriculum. In previous years children were assessed at the end of the Key Stage (Year 2 and Year 6) and given a level. This year children were given a scaled score and this was then used to say whether each child was working at the expected standard or in greater depth/ at a higher standard.


KS1 and KS2 Summary

2017 Data Outcomes - Bridge School


Government Performance Tables

The government also has its own performance data website which you can look at. It gives you a brief overview of our school and its performance, attendance and finances. Please follow the link below


To compare us with other schools where children have similar staring points nationally, please follow the link below which shows you that when comparing us with other schools which are similar there are no schools within a 75 mile radius which performs better in terms of how well the children do.