League topping performances by Frampton’s two primary schools
Published on: 23 Dec 2017
FRAMPTON Cotterell’s two primary schools are celebrating being at the top of the performance table in South Gloucestershire.
With 89 per cent of pupils meeting expected standards at the end of key stage two - before leaving for secondary school - Watermore Primary was the second best performer in the district. It was beaten only by Marshfield Primary with 91 per cent.
Frampton Cotterell Primary had 88 per cent of its children meeting the expected standards to put it into equal third place.
The schools’ progress scores were also good, with Watermore scoring well above average in reading, above average in maths and average in writing.
Frampton Cotterell was well above average in writing and average in the other two key subjects.
Of other schools in the area, St Michel’s Primary in Winterbourne had 79 per cent of pupils meeting expected standards, while Manor Primary in Coalpit Heath scored 68 per cent and Iron Acton Primary reached 67 per cent. Elm Park Primary in Winterbourne had a score of 51 per cent.
As a whole, South Gloucestershire had 60 per cent of pupils at the expected standard. Throughout England it was 61 per cent.