The government will not publish KS2 school level data for the 2021 to 2022 academic year. The last available public data is from the 2018 to 2019 academic year. It is important to note that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance.

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Data Overview 2021-2022

Analysis of Attainment & Progress for Bishop Ellis Primary School 2019.


  • The attainment of pupils at Bishop Ellis School is consistently above national and the local authority both at the expected standard and at the higher standard. This means children do much better than most schools. The table below compares the attainment of Year 6 Children in 2019.
  • The next two tables show comparative percentages between the school, Leicestershire Local Authority and all schools nationally for attaining at the standard and above the standard for all three core subjects (reading, writing and maths).

    Comparison of Year 6 Pupils Attaining the Standard from 2017-2019

Comparison of Pupils Attaining Above the Standard from 2017-2019

  • The next two tables show average “scaled scores” pupils scored in their KS2 SATS for Reading and Maths between the school, Leicestershire Local Authority and all schools nationally.


Local Authority104.7


Local Authority105.4

Progress at Bishop Ellis Primary School.

  • Whilst attainment is important, schools are primarily judged on their progress. This is how children have attained from their starting points.
  • Progress at Bishop Ellis Primary School is consistently strong with analysis showing that the school is usually above national in all subjects and sometimes well above national.
  • The tables below show the progress for Year 6 pupils for Summer 2019.