Data and Ofsted

Here is how we compared with other schools nationally in 2019.

Click here to view our detailed data analysis and historic data

Year 1 Phonics (National 81%)
93%
93%
KS2 Combined (National 65%)
61%
61%
KS2 Reading (National 73%)
63%
63%
KS2 Writing (National 78%)
82%
82%
KS2 Maths (National 79%)
86%
86%
 

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The school has been a designated National Support School from March 2017 following our success in Ofsted. Our executive head is a National Lead in Education.

The Mill Primary Academy was rated ‘Good’ in all areas by Ofsted following a visit in May 2016.

‘Leaders (at all levels) are ambitious and determined that every pupil will succeed.’

‘The whole staff team strive together to provide the BEST care and education for ALL the school’ pupils.’ We added our own emphasis from that quote but it is one we are particularly proud of!

Download the report by clicking the link below:

The Mill Primary Academy – May 2016 Ofsted Report

 

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2018-19 Data

Our end of year results for 2018-2019 demonstrate that the children are making good progress and we are beginning to attain results above national.

Our children get a good start to their education at the Mill Primary Academy. Reception results are consistently in line with or above national.

 

Year 1 Phonics Screening:

The Mill 2019 National 2019 The Mill 2018 The Mill 2017
88% 82% 90% 90%

 

End of KS1 results:

Reading  expected Reading above Writing expected Writing above Maths expected Maths above
The Mill 2019

77%

13% 72% 6% 80%

16%

National 2019

75% 25% 69% 15% 76%

22%

 

End of KS2 results:

The Mill 2018 Progress National 2019
Combined  17/18/19 (Reading, Writing, Maths)

58/76/61%

65%
Reading

77/78/63%

 -1.89 73%
Writing 62/92/82% -1.5

78%

Maths

68/90/86% 0.07

79%

Previous data can be viewed on the Gov.uk website, which can be accessed by clicking here

Curriculum
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