How well do children achieve across the school?:

Children at Meridian perform exceptionally well

We are delighted to confirm that in 2017, achievement in the Foundation Stage, KS1 and KS2 was once again sustained at above national in all areas.

Meridian children make excellent progress during their time at the school. Indeed, the progress of our KS2 children has been in the top 20% of all schools nationally in reading, in writing and in maths for the last three years.

In 2017, Y6 children again achieved results which were much higher than national. The percentage of children achieving the 'Expected Standard’ in Reading, Writing and Maths combined was 83% compared to 61% nationally. High attaining children continue to be challenged to reach their potential with about twice as many Meridian children reaching the higher standard in individual subjects (Reading 52%, Writing 38%, Maths 41%, Grammar, spelling and punctuation 66%) than was the case nationally. 21% achieved this higher standard in all areas combined, compared to 9% nationally.

You can find out all our FS, KS1 and KS2 results by clicking on the link below:

We are also delighted to report that in 2017 disadvantaged KS2 Meridian children made more progress than ‘other non-disadvantaged’ children nationally and their overall attainment was higher. You can find out more about the achievement of our children eligible for the pupil premium funding by going to the pupil premium page of our website (About Us/Pupil Premium).