Test Results

Here are our assessment results for 2016 (Academic Year 2015/16).

Please note: caution should be taken when analysing figures of very small cohorts like we have here at Waltham. When publishing results and providing information about our small cohorts, we have to be very careful that the information doesn't highlight information which identifies individual pupils which is why some information may be withheld.

Overall, we are thrilled with the outcomes our children have achieved. Our figures are mostly above national and/or local averages which is a significant achievement in light of all the changes last year.


Progress Result
Achieving good level of development 64%

Phonics Screening Checks

Year Pass Rate
Year 1 Withheld*
Year 2 (Re-sits) 100%

*Note: Where data might identify specific individual pupils (due to the nature of small cohorts) some figures may not be published.

Key Stage 1 (End of Year 2)

Subject Reaching Expected Standard*
Reading 76%
Writing 76%
Mathematics 82%
Science 100%
Reading, Writing and Maths Combined 71%

*Note: The figure for ‘Reaching Expected Standard’ includes those working ‘At’ and ‘Above’ Expected Standard (ie. at Greater Depth).

Key Stage 2 (End of Year 6)

Subject Reaching Expected Standard* Above Expected Standard Average Scaled Score
Reading 73% (66%) 18% (19%) 102 (103)
Writing 82% (74%) 0% (15%) n/a
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 82% (72%) n/a n/a
Mathematics 73% (70%) 27% (17%) 103 (103)
Science 90% (n/a) n/a n/a
Reading, Writing and Mathematics Combined 73% (53%) n/a n/a

*Note: The figure for ‘Reaching Expected Standard’ includes those working ‘At’ and ‘Above’ Expected Standard (ie. at Greater Depth).

National figures are in brackets.


Subject Average Progress
Reading -3.87 (-5)
Writing -3.93 (-7)
Mathematics -3.10 (-5)

Our results in Key Stage 2 were generally around the government floor standards; with very small cohorts like ours, percentages are very misleading. All our children made progress and attained as well as they could in the tests. We are exceptionally proud of all of them.

School Performance Tables

For further information on our school results see our page on the Government's School and College Performance comparison website:

Link to School Performance Tables