Posted on: 19/12/2017

What a performance! Aspire celebrates 2017 SATS success...

"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success." Words spoken by famous industrialist Henry Ford but redolent of the Aspire spirit as the 2017 primary school performance tables are published. 

There are currently 287 primary schools in Cornwall and the Aspire Academy Trust now dominates positions for both the top 5 primary schools in Cornwall (top 2%) and the top 10% in Cornwall.  Such success is the result of everyone’s relentless hard work, drive and determination to raise standards of educational achievement to the very highest levels across every Aspire academy.  There is much to celebrate and still much to do, as the Trust aims to provide every one of its children with a truly outstanding, world-class education.

Outlined below are edited highlights from the 2017 Primary School Performance Tables:

Aspire Schools in top 5 schools in Cornwall (top 2%)

St Mawes Primary School

Mawgan-in-Pydar
  • Equal 1st for RWM (Expected level)
  • Equal 1st for Reading (Expected level)
  • Equal 1st for Maths (Expected level)
  • Equal 2nd for RWM (Expected level)
  • Equal 2nd for RWM (Higher level)
  • Equal 1st for Writing (Expected level)
  • Equal 1st for Maths (Expected level)
  • Equal 1st for Girls RWM (Expected level)
  • 1st for Girls Maths Progress
  • 1st for Outstanding Schools RWM (Exp)
Mount Hawke Academy

Sandy Hill Academy

  • 5th for RWM (Higher level)
  • 2nd in Reading (Expected level)
  • 3rd in Reading (Higher level)
  • 4th in Reading Progress
  • 3rd for Girls Reading Progress
  • Equal 2nd for Outstanding Schools Reading (Higher level)

*Now in Top 100 of primary schools nationally*

  • Equal 1st for RWM (Higher level)
  • 2nd for Writing (Higher level)
  • 2nd for Maths (Expected level)
  • 1st for Disadvantaged RWM (Expected & Higher)
  • Equal 1st for Girls RWM (Expected level)
  • 2nd for Girls RWM (Higher level)
  • 1st for Outstanding Schools RWM (Higher level)

Probus

Tintagel

  • 5th for Writing (Higher level)
  • Equal 1st for Girls RWM (Expected level)
  • 3rd for Girls RWM (Higher level)
  • 2nd for Maths (Higher level)
  • 3rd for Maths Progress
  • 2nd for Boys Maths Progress

Connor Downs

 
  • 4th for Disadvantaged RWM (Higher level)
  • Equal 1st for Girls RWM (Higher level)
 

 

Other notable successes:

Probus Connor Downs
  • Top 10% in Cornwall for RWM (Expected level)
  • Top 10% in Cornwall for RWM (Higher level)
  • Top 10% in Cornwall for Maths (Expected)
  • Top 10% in Cornwall for Boys RWM (Expected)
  • Top 10% in Cornwall for RWM (Higher level)
  • 6th in Top 10 schools (top 5%) for Maths (Higher)
  • 13th in Top 10% for Disadvantaged RWM (Expected)
  • Top 10 schools for Girls RWM (Expected level)
Whitemoor Academy Biscovey Academy
  • Top 10% in Cornwall for Writing Progress
  • Top 20 schools for Girls RWM (Expected level)
  • Top 20 schools for Writing & Maths Progress
  • Top 10% in Cornwall for Disadvantaged RWM (Higher)
  • 7th for Top performers Lower Attaining Pupils Reading
St Stephens Churchtown Academy Summercourt Academy
  • Top 10% in Cornwall for Maths Progress
  • Top 10% in Cornwall for Disadvantaged Writing
  • 7th in Top 10 schools for Disadvantaged Maths Progress
  • Top 20 schools for Girls Writing Progress
  • Top 20 schools for Boys Maths Progress
  • Top 20 schools for Boys RWM (Higher level)
  • Top 20 schools for Boys Maths Progress
  • Top 12 Outstanding Schools for RWM Higher level
Penryn Primary Academy Shortlanesend School
  • 17th place in Cornwall for Top Performers for Lower Attaining pupils maths score
  • 9th in Top Ten schools for Maths (Expected level)
Warbstow Community Primary School St Uny CofE Academy
  • 8th in Top 10 schools for Writing Progress
  • Top 20 schools for Girls RWM (Higher level)

 

Thank you one and all for your supreme efforts this last academic year and your continuing commitment to ensuring next year’s results are even better!

For the full 2017 Aspire SATS results please click here.

For more information on the DfE Performance Tables 2017 please click on the following link: https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/primary-school-performance-tables-2017

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