School Performance Data
Key Stage 2
For the second year in a row, in 2023, children in year 6 at Stepney Park did better than the national average in all subjects in their end of key stage 2 tests (SATs).
In addition, 6% of children at Stepney Park achieved a higher standard in all three of reading, writing and maths in 2023.
We are proud that over half of our children (57%) achieved full marks in the Multiplication Tables Check in 2023. This is significantly above the national average of 29%.
Key Stage 1
Our results at key stage 1 in 2023 are as follows:
Phonics is an essential building block of learning to read. As such, we are proud that just under 86% of our year 1 cohort passed the Phonics Screening Check in 2023. This is the second year in a row where children in year 1 at Stepney Park have significantly outperformed the national average. Some children in year 2 also took the Phonics Screening Check: 94% of this cohort have now passed the check.
We are pleased that 61% of our reception cohort reached a Good Level of Development (GLD) by the end of reception.
More detailed information regarding the school's performance data can be found on the Department for Education's school performance measures website here.