Our expectations and great enthusiasm for learning are reflected in our high results which have been sustained over time. Cohort numbers are small and each child's score can be a high percentage of the total. For example in 2016, each child was worth 6% of the total score and in 2017 over 7%. Any variations in performance are acknowledged and plans for improvement rigorously followed and the difference made evaluated, as part of the school's School Development Planning. Performance information over time is included below. Department for Education Performance Tables provide detailed analysis of Twyning School's and other schools' performance against a variety of measures. Primary school progress measures: information for schools and parents ( March 2017) The leaflet sets out how the results from the KS1 and KS2 national curriculum assessments are used to calculate primary school progress measures.
Department for Education Performance Tables