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Prospectus and Results

Here is our welcome leaflet and prospectus to support you finding out more about Fairfield!

Summer 2023  

                                                                     

Overview of Fairfield Results 2023

 

Green - above national average

Yellow - at national average

 

Headline: Our Year 6 children (SATs 2023) performed 6% higher than the national average in Reading, Writing and Maths (combined) 

 

Year 1 Phonics Screening

 

2023 - 93% (Nat Av 79.1%)

2022 – 90%(Nat Av 75.5%) 

2021 – 90%  (Nat Av 82%)

 

 

 

KS1 Attainment Percentages

Writing

Reading

Maths

Expected or above - Fairfield 2023

73.3%

76.7%

76.7%

Expected or above - National 

60.3%

68.4%

70.5%

Greater Depth - Fairfield

6.7%

16.7%

23.3%

Greater Depth - National  

8.2%

18.8%

16.4%

 

Combined reading, writing and maths at expected standard or above

 

70% Fairfield 2023

56.2% National 2023

 

Combined reading, writing and maths at greater depth

 

6.7% Fairfield 2023

6.2% National 2023

 

KS2 Attainment Percentages

Writing

Reading

Maths

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Expected or above - Fairfield

78.1%

81.3%

75%

78.1%

Expected or above - National 

71.5%

73%

73%

72%

Greater Depth - Fairfield

15.6%

31.25%

18.75%

15.6%

Greater Depth - National  

13.3%

29%

23.8%

30.1%

Average Scaled Score - Fairfield

N/A

105.4

103.4

104.4

Average Scaled Score - National

N/A

105

104

105

Progress from KS1 to KS2 - Fairfield 

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Year 6 Combined reading, writing and maths expected or above

 

65.6% Fairfield 2023

59% National 2022

 

Combined reading, writing and maths greater depth

 

6.3% Fairfield 2023

8% National 2023

Despite our Year 2 and 6 children doing exceptionally well in the 2022 SATs tests, 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 (please see above) because they recognise that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance.

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