01223 712200    office@queenedith.cambs.sch.uk

Lockdown 2021

We want to thank all our families at this difficult time.  Those working on frontline jobs and protecting the health and well-being of our community, thank you for your service for us all.  We are pleased to be able to support your children in school.  For those at home thank you so much for the enormous efforts you are putting into the home learning and the support you are giving your children.  We can see that they are engaging so well and producing some super work.  I want also to thank all the staff who are working tirelessly to keep all the plates spinning in school.
If you need any additional support or advice, please do not hesitate to contact the school.
Please take care and keep safe.
Caroline Peet
Executive Headteacher

School Performance

End of EYFS

Percent achieving a Good Level of Achievement (GLD)Queen EdithNational
201878%71%
201779%71%
201663%69%

Year 1 Phonics Results

YearQueen EdithNational
201873%83%
201781%81%
201681%81%

KS1 Results

2018 % of children working at the expected levelQueen EdithNational
Reading67%76%
Writing63%70%
Maths70%76%

2018 % of children working at greater depthQueen EdithNational
Reading22%26%
Writing15%16%
Maths22%22%

2017 % of children working at the expected levelQueen EdithNational
Reading77%76%
Writing65%68%
Maths78%75%

2017 % of children working at greater depthQueen EdithNational
Reading25%25%
Writing20%16%
Maths22%21%

KS2 Results

2018 % of children working at the expected levelQueen EdithNational
Reading, writing & maths combined65%64%
Reading77%75%
Writing82%78%
Maths77%76%
Grammar, punctuation & spelling84%78%

2018 % of children working at greater depthQueen EdithNational
Reading, writing & maths combined18%10%
Reading33%28%
Writing19%20%
Maths44%24%
Grammar, punctuation & spelling42%34%

2018ReadingWritingMaths
Progress measure from KS1 to KS21.7-0.12.2

Note: A new system of measuring pupil progress was introduced in 2016. A statistical score is calculated for each school against the national average which is 0. A score above 0 indicates rates of progress above the national average, while a score below 0 indicates progress below national.

2017 % of children working at the expected levelQueen EdithNational
Reading, writing & maths combined61%61%
Reading74%71%
Writing63%76%
Maths82%75%
Grammar, punctuation & spelling82%77%

2017 % of children working at greater depthQueen EdithNational
Reading, writing & maths combined8%9%
Reading38%25%
Writing9%18%
Maths29%23%
Grammar, punctuation & spelling37%31%

2017ReadingWritingMaths
Progress measure from KS1 to KS23.0-3.22.2

Note: A new system of measuring pupil progress was introduced in 2016. A statistical score is calculated for each school against the national average which is 0. A score above 0 indicates rates of progress above the national average, while a score below 0 indicates progress below national.

School Performance Tables

You might also want to look at the Performance Tables on the Department for Education website.

SATS Results 2016
Please click on the link below to see how our results compared with other local schools.http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/news/cambridge-news/how-cambridgeshire-schools-perform-years-12323444?gk53