Kedington Primary Academy

School Performance

We are proud of our children’s performance in the 2023 SATs at the end of Key Stage 2, achieving some of our best ever results and performing well above national figures in every subject. The percentage of children achieving at least the expected standard in each subject was:

  • Reading – 76%
  • Writing – 83%
  • Maths – 93%
  • Reading, writing and maths combined – 69%

Other results are as follows:

Attainment at end of Key Stage 2 – 2023

Expected StandardGreater Depth
ReadingSchool: 76%
National: 73%
School: 35%
National: 29%
WritingSchool: 83%
National: 71%
School: 38%
National: 13%
MathsSchool: 93%
National: 73%
School: 31%
National: 24%
Reading, writing and maths combinedSchool: 69%
National: 59%
School: 24%
National: 8%

Progress Scores

20222023
Reading0.91.8
Writing2.54.4
Maths2.64.9

Average Scaled Scores

20222023
Reading107.0106.4
Maths107.3108.6

KS2 Performance Data

Indicator2023
The % of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics
Average progress in reading
Average progress in writing
Average progress in mathematics
% of pupils achieving a higher standard in reading, writing and mathematics
Average scaled score in reading
Average scaled score in mathematics

Compare Our Performance

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