Exam and Assessment Results

 

You can view our school performance by visiting the School League Tables Website.

Below you can see our attainment and achievement over the last four years.

We are very proud of the progress our children make while they attend Vine Tree and we are also proud of our broad and balanced curriculum which gives the children the best possible start to their education.

 

Vine Tree Primary School Performance

Headline data for 2015

 

  • 100% of children achieved at least level 4 in Reading
  • 93% of children achieved at least level 4 in Writing
  • 93% of children at least level 4 in Maths
  • 97% of children achieved at least level 4 in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar
  • 86% of children achieved level 5 for Reading
  • 31% of children achieved level 5 in Writing
  • 7% of children achieved level 6 in Writing
  • 31% of children achieved level 5 in Maths
  • 14% of children achieved level 6 in Maths
  • 52% of children achieved a level 5 in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar
  • 10% of children achieved a level 6 in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

Progress Statistics for 2015

 Progress is measured from end of KS1 results to end of KS2 results.   

  • 100% of children made 2 levels of progress in Reading
  • 76% of children made 3 levels of progress in Reading
  • 100% of children made 2 levels of progress in Writing
  • 34% of children made 3 levels of progress in Writing
  • 93% of children made 2 levels of progress in Maths
  • 52% of children made 3 levels of progress in Maths

 

Headline data for 2014

  • 93% of children achieved Level 4+ in reading

  • 76% of children achieved Level 4+ in writing

  • 86% of children achieved Level 4+ in mathematics

  • 79% of children achieved Level 4+ in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

  • 96% of children made expected progress in reading

  • 86% of children made expected progress in writing

  • 89% of children made expected progress in mathematics

  • 38% of children achieved level 5+ in reading

  • 38% of children achieved level 5+ in writing

  • 48% of children achieved level 5+ in mathematics

  • 55% of children achieved Level 5+ in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

Headline data for 2013

  • 100% of children achieved Level 4+ in reading

  • 96% of children achieved Level 4+ in writing

  • 100% of children achieved Level 4+ in mathematics

  • 89% of children achieved Level 4+ in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

  • 100% of children made expected progress in reading

  • 100% of children made expected progress in writing

  • 100% of children made expected progress in mathematics

  • 75% of children achieved level 5+ in reading

  • 44% of children achieved level 5+ in writing

  • 60% of children achieved level 5+ in mathematics

  • 70% of children achieved Level 5+ in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

Headline data for 2012

  • 100% of children achieved Level 4+ in reading

  • 86% of children achieved Level 4+ in writing

  • 100% of children achieved Level 4+ in mathematics

  • 100% of children made expected progress in reading

  • 100% of children made expected progress in writing

  • 100% of children made expected progress in mathematics

  • 75% of children achieved level 5+ in reading

  • 50% of children achieved level 5+ in writing

  • 68% of children achieved level 5+ in mathematics