March 2018 Performance
Quarter 3 - December 2017 Performance
Key Stage 1:
There are no publically released reading, writing and maths combined scores. However, from the national system for local authorities, the disadvantaged pupils reaching the expected standard was 36.7%, compared to the non-disadvantaged pupils figure of 58.9%. Nationally the figures were 49.3% and 67.6%, respectively. These totals do not include around 7.7% of pupils classed on the system nationally as "unknown".
Key Stage 2:
The 2017 Percentage of disadvantaged pupils in reading, writing and maths reaching the expected standard in West Sussex was 37%, compared with 44% in the South East and 48% nationally. There is a similar gap when comparing against non-disadvantaged pupils. The gap between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged is 23% in West Sussex (24% in 2016), compared to 20% for England (22% in 2016) and 24% for the South East (24% in 2016).
The statistical first release for KS4 pupil characteristics was released on 25th January, 2018. With regards to the gap between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils, for the average Attainment 8 score, this is 15.3 (14.2 in 2016), compared to the South East gap of 16.1 (15.9 in 2016) and for England the gap is 12.8 (12.7 in 2016).