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 Bishop John Robinson C of E Primary School

Bishop John Robinson C of E Primary School

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Exam and Assessments


  • A summary of assessments for the last three years produced by the Royal Borough of Greenwich can be downloaded at the bottom of this page
  • Children achieve well, as evidenced both in the OFSTED report of 2014 and the SIAMS report of 2015
  • 2016 outcomes: Attainment in Reading, Writing and Maths (RWM) in KS2 was 64% (children achieving the expected standard) well above National of 53%  and RBG 63%. Attainment has been at or above the National Average for the past 3 years. In 2015, BJR was the 10th highest in Greenwich (Greenwich being in the top 5 high achieving local authorities for Primary schools)
  • KS2 Reading - 79% children met the expected standard (above National 66% and RBG 72%) Reading has been consistently above National (L4+ and L5+) for the last 3 years
  • KS2 Writing - 82% children met the expected standard ( above National 74% and just below RBG 73%) Writing has been at or above National (L5) for the last 3 years
  • KS2 Maths - 79% children met the expected standard (above National 70% and just above RBG 78%) maths have been above National (L5) for last 3 years)
  • Attainment in RWM in KS1 was 61% (children achieving the expected standard) - just above the National average 60%. The proportion of children working ‘At greater depth’ in RWM was 11% higher than the National average of 9%
  • KS1 reading - 75% children met the expected standard  (just above National 74% below RBG 81%)
  • KS1 writing - 68% children met the expected standard (above National 66% below RBG 76%)
  • KS1 maths 76% met the expected standard  (above National 73% below RBG 81%)
  • Phonics - % children Working At (WA) required standard has been above National for the last 3 years. In 2016 89% children WA (
  • Progress between KS1 and KS2 was significantly above national for 2013-14 and 2014-15. Value Added has been above National in this time (2014 100.8 - National 100, 2015 101.2 - National 100)
  • Monitoring of in-year progress shows that the majority of children 84% made ‘expected’ progress in 2015-16 and that a further 48%  made more than expected progress
  • Analysis below shows that children eligible for Pupil premium made better progress (92% making expected progress and 57% making more than expected progress compared with 81% and 45% for non pupil premium

Parents can access the School Performance Tables published on the DFE website through clicking on the link below:

http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/