St Mary's C of E Primary School & Nursery

Faith in Everyone to Shine Brightly

College Road, Purton, Wiltshire, SN5 4AR

01793 770239

Performance & RESULTS

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After safeguarding, the school's highest focus is on providing the highest quality education for all our children. We strive to enable every child to reach their full academic, social and creative potential, as explained in our Teaching, Learning & Curriculum Policy.

During the COVID 19 pandemic, now statutory data was gathered in the at the end of the 2018-19 and 2019-20 academic years. During this time, the school continued to use it's bespoke system of internal assessment and moderation.

Statutory assessments were fully completed again in the 2021-22 academic year. Whilst there is no requirement to publish these this year, we have chosen to share our outcomes below with our school and wider community. 

In addition to statutory tests, the school formally assesses pupils' progress every seasonal term (i.e. 3 times each year in Terms 2, 4 and 6) and we track group and individual attainment and progress using our bespoke Learning Tracker tool, which enables staff, leaders and governors to analyse performance and enhance provision.  


2022 Results SUMMARY

Our most recent Early Years Foundation Stage, Year 1 Phonics, Key Stage 1, Year 4 Times Tables Check, and Key Stage results are as follows:


Our school performance information can be seen on the Department for Education's website by clicking the image below. (Note: please check the dates on this information carefully as it is only updated for the previous academic year in late autumn/winter. The school's own provisional version of results for last year are shown further down this page.) 




Helping and supporting your child's education

St Mary's School values and supports parental contributions to their child's education. A range of homework is available to help reinforce children's learning and support parents get involved with their child’s education at home, especially through consolidating the recall of essential knowledge (such as multiplication and number facts) and practicing reading and phonics knowledge.

We base our approach to homework on the research base form the Education Endowment Forum, which can be seen here.

Please visit the appropriate Year Group's Learning Hub to see the current homework for your child:



Parents and carers are welcome to come into school and help with class reading or other activities.  Please let your child's teacher know of any assistance you would like to give. 


Parent View - Give Ofsted your view on your child's school

Parent View - Give Ofsted your view on your child's school