School Performance & Attendance

Attendance & Punctuality

Pupils need to attend school regularly to benefit from their education and reach their potential. Missing out on lessons leaves children vulnerable to falling behind and children with poor attendance tend to achieve less.

At Devonshire we therefore promote good attendance and punctuality whenever we can; we employ the services of an Education Welfare Officer who monitors attendance and supports improvements.

During the year 2018-19 we achieved an attendance rate of 96.3% which was slightly above our target of 96%.

We would like to thank our parents for their continued support in this area, however, there is still more to do and we would encourage everyone to ensure their child attends school punctually, unless of course there are permitted circumstances for an absence.

May we remind you that it is against the law to take your children on holiday during term time, you can be fined and lose your school place, so please ensure visits and trips are taken in school holiday times.


KS2 Results 2018-19

The government will no longer publish KS2 School Level data for 2021-2022 academic year. They have archived data from 2018-2019 academic year because they recognise that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance.

Whole CohortNational
% Achieving Exp+ in Reading60%73%
% Achieving Exp+ in Writing77%78%
% Achieving Exp+ in Maths82%79%
% Achieving Higher Standard in Reading22%27%
% Achieving Higher Standard in Writing20%20%
% Achieving Higher Standard in Maths33%27%
Average Progress in Reading KS1-20.780.03
Average Progress in Writing KS1-22.470.03
Average Progress in Maths KS1-22.450.03
Average Scaled Score in Reading102.1104.4
Average Scaled Score in Maths104.9105