At Lyndhurst we know that whilst results are an important way to evidence a pupils attainment within a established curriculum they do not make a person. We use assessment to identify gaps in teaching or learning and to target interventions and professional development. We do not teach to the test or put undue pressure on pupils. We believe that assessments are a tool for all of us (including pupils) that we can use to help us improve and succeed.

Academic Results

The government will not publish KS2school level data for the 2021 to 2022 academic year. The last available public data is from the 2018 to 2019 academic year. It is important to note that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance.

The Department for Education's performance measures page also allows you to view Lyndhurst's performance measures.

You can find information about academic performance at Lyndhurst Primary School below.


When I know what I got wrong I can do something about it. That's much better than someone just congratulating me for trying!


Can I get my child's test papers?

We tend not to give out pupil's papers as firstly we use them to identify gaps in understanding but also we don't want to encourage families to drill their children on just one question type. If you want to find out how to help you child make accelerated progress, speak to their teacher who will be happy to help.

How often do pupils set assessments?

From year one onwards pupils sit an assessment in reading and maths and complete a free write which is assessed in the middle of each term. In year one this is done in a less formal manner and includes regular phonics assessments as well.