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School Performance Tables

Each year, we are required to publish our performance data.  This shows how well our children perform in statutory tests.  It typically shows a three-year trend and identifies:

  • the percentage of pupils who’ve achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and maths.
  • the average progress that pupils have made in reading between KS1 and KS2.
  • the average progress that pupils have made in writing between KS1 and KS2.
  • the average progress that pupils have made in maths between KS1 and KS2.
  • the percentage of pupils who’ve achieved a higher standard in reading, writing and maths.
  • our pupil’s average scaled score in the reading test
  • our pupil’s average scaled score in the maths test.

The government will not publish KS2 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 the year may no longer reflect current performance. Gossey Lane Academy Performance Tables



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@gossey_lane - 12 May
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@gossey_lane - 12 May
Year 3 have completed 2 of their 11 before 11 acts of kindness. This afternoon they went into each classroom, tidied their library areas and emptied all the water bottles 😀 pic.twitter.com/O05KxE43UO
@gossey_lane - 5 May
Year 1 have worked so hard on the mural for the Kings Coronation tomorrow 👑😁 pic.twitter.com/B2H37xDL0w
@gossey_lane - 25 Apr
Year 1 have turned their classroom into an art gallery! They have been practising their posh voices to show their parents around and evaluate their work. pic.twitter.com/wy1mjgFW9M
@gossey_lane - 25 Apr
Year 2 are showing their parents how to create flowers using texture, form and colour. A beautiful display will be made from the flowers they create in this workshop. pic.twitter.com/qoXq9kNzP7
@gossey_lane - 25 Apr
Today was the start of our Art sharing events. A chance for the children to show friends and family the wonderful art work they do at school. here are Year 3 in full Art Auction flow. pic.twitter.com/v2NzXlnhhg
@gossey_lane - 21 Apr
8 chicks are settling into their new home. 🐥🐣 pic.twitter.com/dwzFgCkfzD
@gossey_lane - 17 Apr
The chicks have arrived at Gossey Lane! pic.twitter.com/yI4AvqXk2C
@gossey_lane - 29 Mar
Thank you for our food boxes Our parents are very thankful. pic.twitter.com/BzWCbiOCX9
@gossey_lane - 29 Mar
Year 1 have been learning about motifs in art. We used materials to create weather symbols. Check out our creations! pic.twitter.com/ztph74EuEx
@gossey_lane - 17 Mar
Year 1 dressed in red for Red Nose Day 🔴 pic.twitter.com/iRMKLbwiXo
@gossey_lane - 16 Feb
A huge thank you to for your generous donations of food parcels for some of our families. pic.twitter.com/kv9PQUOnQl
@gossey_lane - 30 Jan
Great Oracy Exhibition at Gossey Lane - Reception using oracy skills in maths, Y2 performing in role and Y6 making and evaluating presentations pic.twitter.com/sKf3Vmm8Lg
@gossey_lane - 28 Nov
In May, Reception welcomed some new arrivals to our school pond. The fish clearly settled in very well as we have discovered a new addition. Welcome to the world baby fish! pic.twitter.com/9sTu89bro3
@gossey_lane - 13 Nov
Year 2 have had an exciting week - learning new songs for our nativity play 🎶, a trip to the cinema 🎥🍿 and an exciting bug hunt 🐜🐛🪱 Next week - Odd Socks day 🧦 for Anti- bullying week, our new history topic 🔥 and Children in Need day 🐻🟡🔵🟠🟢🔴🟣 pic.twitter.com/uitRo2Xz6R
@gossey_lane - 9 Nov
Today Year 1 and Year 2 enjoyed a trip to cinema to see Sing 2. We had a fabulous morning 😁 pic.twitter.com/aAaMq63SwU
@gossey_lane - 4 Nov
Today we planted trees in our new allotment area. Hopefully when they have grown a little, we can transplant them around the field. Thank you to our Gossey -Gardeners for helping. pic.twitter.com/1p1YGab7o7
@gossey_lane - 4 Nov
When the rain won't stop, Reception go on a wellie walk!! When the floods have happened, we jump in muddy puddles! Peppa Pig would be proud!#11before11 pic.twitter.com/cYVwEKCX3p
@gossey_lane - 22 Oct
To end our week, we all wore red to Show Racism the Red Card 🛑 Here’s Reception showing their support 🙂 pic.twitter.com/NMqySPaY87
@gossey_lane - 22 Oct
This week at Gossey we have been celebrating Black History! With the theme this year being ‘Time for Change: Action not Words’, we have been learning about different people who influenced or campaigned for change. For example Lenny Henry, Patrisse Cullors, and Marcus Rashford. pic.twitter.com/ms72Mzyk5V