Assessment Reports Consultation

Parents receive one written report and two assessments reports on the progress of their children each year and there are two Parents’ Consultation Evenings during the year in autumn and spring when parents may see the work of their children and discuss their progress with teachers.

Children are assessed at regular intervals throughout their time at Elliott Park School. Some assessments may be taken as part of normal class lessons; some, such as reading, maybe on a one-to-one basis. These internal assessments help us to monitor each child’s individual progress and ensure every child achieves their potential.


2018/2019 Results

In the new SATS tests the children are given scaled scores. These are used to show whether the child has achieved the national standard for each subject. 

What the results mean:

A scaled score of 99 or less means they haven’t reached the government expected standard.

A scaled score of 100 means that the child has met the expected standard in each test.

A scaled score of above 110 suggests the child is working at a higher level than expected for their age.

The maximum possible score is 120 and the minimum is 80.

Subject Below the Level Assessed Expected Standard Above the Expected Standard
Reading 3 5  
Grammar  3 5  
Maths 3 4 1


​2018/2019 Progression to Secondary School

From a cohort of 8 children, 4 children achieved Grammar School status, 1 of which also won a scholarship to an Independent Secondary School.  The remaining 4 children obtained the High School of their choice.  

2018/2019 Results

Academic Results for 2018/2019


It is our belief that education is a route to the well-being of the individual. We believe in equal opportunities for all the children in our school, irrespective of social background, culture, race, gender or ability. In order to ensure future progress and success, we aim to provide a curriculum that is broad and balanced. It is our belief that we should provide a learning environment that is motivating, exciting and caring, in order for a child to develop a sense of high self-esteem and academic achievement.