Performance Tables

School information

Key Stage 2 Achievement

Figures for 2015
Sir Donald Bailey Academy88%
Nottinghamshire Local Authority81%
England All Schools80%

Headline measures of Performance

For Key Stage 2 in 2015 for Reading, Writing and Maths

The table opposite shows the number of pupils at the Sir Donald Bailey Academy who have achieved level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths. It also shows the figure comparison with the average for schools in Nottinghamshire Local Authority and for the national average within England.

Key stage 2 results for pupils who, for the most part, finished year 6 in 2015. These are the most important measures used to monitor school performance.

Pupil Progress Since Key Stage 1

Figures for 2015 in Reading
Sir Donald Bailey Academy100%
Nottinghamshire Local Authority91%
England All Schools91%

Headline measures of Performance

Progress since Key Stage 1 in Reading

The table opposite shows the number of pupils at the Sir Donald Bailey Academy who have achieved 2 or more levels of progress between Key Stage 1 and 2 in Reading. It also shows the figure comparison with the average for schools in Nottinghamshire Local Authority and for the national average within England.

Pupil Progress Since Key Stage 1

Figures for 2015 in Writing
Sir Donald Bailey Academy100%
Nottinghamshire Local Authority94%
England All Schools94%

Headline measures of Performance

Progress since Key Stage 1 in Writing

The table opposite shows the number of pupils at the Sir Donald Bailey Academy who have achieved 2 or more levels of progress between Key Stage 1 and 2 in Writing. It also shows the figure comparison with the average for schools in Nottinghamshire Local Authority and for the national average within England.

Pupil Progress Since Key Stage 1

Figures for 2015 in Mathematics
Sir Donald Bailey Academy100%
Nottinghamshire Local Authority90%
England All Schools90%

Headline measures of Performance

Progress since Key Stage 1 in Mathematics

The table opposite shows the number of pupils at the Sir Donald Bailey Academy who have achieved 2 or more levels of progress between Key Stage 1 and 2 in Mathematics. It also shows the figure comparison with the average for schools in Nottinghamshire Local Authority and for the national average within England.