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Brize Norton Primary School is Outstanding! Read the Ofsted report from February 2013 here

Brize Norton Primary School prides itself on its excellent academic results but strongly recognises and acknowledges that these results are only a part of what children achieve at school.

We offer, and aim for, high academic standards but we know and understand that every child learns at a different rate. Where necessary, extra help is provided through our intervention programmes and children who are identified as more able are challenged and their learning extended. Above all, our aim is to enthuse children with a love of learning and the desire to make the very most of their abilities and opportunities, preparing them for their next school and, indeed, life beyond that.

You can read our entry in the Department for Education's Compare Schools Site here. 

Key Stage Two Results 2017

Percentage of pupils reaching the expected standard:

Reading 94%

Writing 76%

Mathematics 100%

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 94%

Reading, Writing and Mathematics 76%

Percentage of pupils reaching the higher standard:

Reading 59%

Writing 24%

Mathematics 53%

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 53%

Pupils' average score in the Reading test 109.5

Pupils' average score in the Mathematics test 108.4

Key Stage One Results 2017

Percentage of pupils reaching the expected standard:

Reading 88%

Writing 59%

Mathematics 82%

Percentage of pupils meeting the higher standard:

Reading 35%

Writing 24%

Mathematics 29%

Phonics Screening Check 2017

This is a check to identify how well children in Year 1 are progressing in their phonic decoding. In 2017, 82% of our Year 1 children met the expected standard.

Early Years Foundation Stage 2017

In 2017, 76% of our children had a Good Level of Development across the core areas of Personal, Social and Emotional Development; Physical Development; Communication, Language and Literacy; English; and Mathematics. This is well above the national average of 69.3%.

Key Stage Two Results 2016

Percentage of pupils reaching the expected standard:

Reading 94%

Writing 81%

Mathematics 100%

Reading, Writing and Mathematics 81%

Percentage of pupils reaching the higher standard:

Reading 19%

Writing 0%

Mathematics 6%

Average progress from Year 2 to Year 6:

Reading 1.3

Writing -4.2

Mathematics -1.4

Pupils' average score in the Reading test 108.1

Pupils' average score in the Mathematics test 105.3

Key Stage One results 2016

Percentage of pupils reaching the expected standard:

Reading 85%

Writing 43%

Mathematics 71%

Phonics Screening Check 2016

This is a check to identify how well children in Year 1 are progressing in their phonic decoding. In 2016, 71% of our Year 1 children met the expected standard.

Early Years Foundation Stage 2016

In 2016, 87% of our children had a Good Level of Development across the core areas of Personal, Social and Emotional Development; Physical Development; Communication, Language and Literacy; English; and Mathematics. This is well above the national average of 69%. 

Key Stage One results 2015

Reading - 94% Level 2; 41% Level 3

Writing - 88% Level 2; 29% Level 3

Mathematics - 94% Level 2; 29% Level 3

Key Stage Two results 2015

Reading - 100% Level 4; 71% Level 5

Writing - 94% Level 4; 53% Level 5 (47% Level 5 in Reading and Writing)

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar - 94% Level 4; 71% Level 5

Mathematics - 88% Level 4; 35% Level 5

Reading, Writing and Mathematics combined Level 4 - 88%

94% improved by two or more levels in Reading across Key Stage 2, 100% did so in Writing, and 88% in Mathematics (83% in all three subjects)

Phonics Screening Check 2015

This is a check to identify how well children in Year 1 are progressing in their phonic decoding. In 2014, 92% of our Year 1 children met the expected standard. 

Early Years Foundation Stage 2015

In 2015, 73% of our children had a Good Level of Development across the core areas of Personal, Social and Emotional Development; Physical Development; Communication, Language and Literacy; English; and Mathematics. This is well above the national average. 87% of our children made good progress in all core areas from their starting points, with 27% (four children) making outstanding progress.