New Hall Pre-Prep & Preparatory prides itself on pupils’ achievements, including co-curricular outcomes and academic results, which are outstanding and significantly above the national average.
2017 Key Stage 2 – SATs Results
The demands of the new Primary National Curriculum and reformed assessment frames have proven to be no barrier to the high academic achievements of our Year 6 Pupils. In the table below, “NHS” represents New Hall School.
|NHS % achieved standard (100) 2017||98||93||93|
|NHS % 2016||93||100||88|
|NHS average scaled score 2017||109||110||110|
|National average scaled score 2017||104||106||104|
|NHS % higher standard (110) 2017||46||54||57|
|NHS % 2016||37||40||35|
|KS2 SATS RESULTS 2016||Reading||SPAG||Maths||All Subjects|
|New Hall Pupils who achieved at Expected standard||93%||100%||88%||84%|
|National Results (Expected Standard)||66%||74%||70%||53%|
|New Hall Average Scaled Score||108||109||107||–|
|National Average Scaled Score||103||104||103||–|
|New Hall Pupils who achieved at a Higher Standard||37%||40%||35%||–|
|National Results (Higher Standard)||19%||15%||17%||5%|
|New Hall 2014/15||National Average 2014/15|
Entrance Examinations and 11+ results
In 2015/2016, 21% of pupils from New Hall Preparatory Division secured Scholarships as a result of successful preparation for Senior Division Entrance Examinations. In addition, special talent scholarships were awarded for Skiing and Golf. 28% of pupils passed the Essex 11+ examinations with 20% of pupils accepting Grammar School places offered. This year (2016/17) provisional results show 32% have achieved entry to local Grammar schools (those disclosed by parents). This does not include those who have been successful for Chelmsford County High School for Girls. In 2014/15, 30% of pupils and in 2013/14, 23% of pupils gained entry to local Grammar schools.
GCSE Examination Success
Fifteen of our Year 6 pupils celebrate being the youngest children nationally to achieve GCSE Level 1 Politics qualification, with 6A*, 7 A and 2B grades. All these results are testimony to the hard work and dedication of New Hall pupils and teachers
Early Years (EYFSP) Results 2016
A Good Level of Development against Early Learning Goals are internally assessed with a combination of ongoing Teacher Assessment. These results are externally moderated and are exceptionally strong compared to national levels.
|Area||National average 2015||New Hall pupils 2016|
|Good level of development||66.3%||94%
92% (New Hall 2015)
|Average score||34 points||43 points|
|Top performers||2% nationally achieve the maximum 51 points||13% of New Hall pupils achieved the maximum 51 points in 2016|
New Hall Preparatory School has received exceptional LAMDA results, this academic year, throughout Year 1 to Year 6, as well as a multitude of distinctions awarded from the Royal School of Music and Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing.