Thomas Jolyffe Primary School

Thomas Jolyffe Primary School

Academic Outcomes


The school leadership team (in place from September 2017) have developed a rigorous system of assessment, monitoring and evaluation as we strive to match the government’s aspiration for 85% or more children achieving the expected standard. We are extremely proud of our progress towards that target over the three years leading up to 2020 as shown below.

the government will not publish Key Stage 2 school level data for the 2021 to 2022 academic year. They have archived data from the 2018 to 2019 academic year because they recognise that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance. However, to allow those looking for academic performance data to base their judgements on, we will continue to display the information below for the time being.

Our continuing plan sets out clear expectations in order to reach the targets set for primary schools. Over these three years, the national average for children reaching the expected standard has been: Reading 71%, Maths 74% and GPS 76% 






Children who attend Thomas Jolyffe from Reception through to Year Six typically attain better results. In Reception last year we exceeded both the National and Warwickshire average for children achieving a Good Level of Development (GLD) for the third year in a row. Over 90% of children achieved the expected standard in each of the Prime Learning Goals, including Listening and Attention, Health and Self-Care and Self Confidence and Behaviour.

In Key Stage One 88% of children were working at the required level for Phonics compared to 83% nationally.


In Year 2, over a quarter of our children achieved the highest standard of 'Working at Greater Depth' in Reading and Maths. On average since 2016 78% of children reached the expected standard in Reading, 75% for Writing and 76% for Maths.


In 2019, 86% achieved the expected standard in Reading, 82% for Writing and 81% for Maths.

Further details of our latest outcomes are available here:
‘Children are captivated by their learning’, ‘The well-being of pupils is at the heart of the school’, ‘School is a calm place - pupils are polite, courteous and well-mannered’