School Performance Data and Ofsted


Currently, children's achievement in reading, writing, maths and science is measured nationally at the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage (reception), at the end of Key stage one (year 2) and at the end of Key stage two (year 6). Children's achievement in phonics is also measured nationally at the end of year 1, repeated at the end of year 2 for children failing to meet the standard. In school, all children's achievement and progress is measured and shared with parents on a termly basis. 


In summary, children achieve well at Minworth and standards are usually at least as good as the national average and usually compare favourably to schools in a similar context. 



Click here to view the school's presentation of outcomes for children for the 2016-17 academic year.

Note, final national outcomes for schools are not published until the following February.




Use this link to the right to view the school's most recent nationally published outcomes. Note, the 2017-18 outcomes are due to be published early during the Spring term of 2019.  

Click here to access the school's most recent Ofsted report, conducted in June 2017, shortly before 2016-17 outcomes were published.