Academic Achievements

New Hall Pre-Prep & Preparatory Divisions are proud of our pupils’ achievements, including co-curricular outcomes and academic results, which are outstanding and significantly above the national average.

View the most recent results from the Preparatory Divisions, Senior Divisions and Sixth Form

2019 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.

ReadingSPAGMathematics
NHS % achieved standard (100) 2019959593
National % 2019737879
NHS % 20189310088
NHS % 2017989393
NHS % 20169310088
NHS average scaled score 2019108109108
National 2019104106105
NHS 2018109110108
NHS 2017109110110
NHS 2016108109107
NHS % higher standard (110) 2019374337
National 2019273627
NHS % higher 2018455245
NHS % higher 2017465457
NHS % higher 2016374035

 

KS2 SATS RESULTS 2016ReadingSPAGMathsAll Subjects
New Hall Pupils who achieved at Expected standard93%100%88%84%
National Results (Expected Standard)66%74%70%53%
New Hall Average Scaled Score108109107
National Average Scaled Score103104103
New Hall Pupils who achieved at a Higher Standard37%40%35%
National Results (Higher Standard)19%15%17%5%

 

New Hall 2014/15National Average 2014/15
READINGREADING
PercentageLevelPercentageLevel
100%4+78%4+
90%5+50%5+
3%60%6
SPAGSPAG
98%4+68%4+
92%5+52%5+
13%64%6
MATHEMATICSMATHEMATICS
100%4+76%4+
82%5+42%5+
32%69%6
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 Foundation Stage

At the end of Reception, pupils are internally assessed against the Early Learning Goals in each of the Areas of Learning.  A ‘Good Level of Development’ identifies pupils who have met the Early Learning Goals in Communication & Language, Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Literacy and Mathematics.  Teacher assessments are externally moderated and are exceptionally strong compared to national levels.

Good Level of DevelopmentNew HallEssexNational
2015-1693%67.7%69.3%
2016-1786%71.9%70.7%
2017-1891%73.8%71.5%
2018-1988%Not yet knownNot yet known

 

Average Early Learning Goals Point ScoreNew HallEssexNational
2015-164435.334.5
2016-174035.234.5
2017-184035.234.6
2018-1940Not yet knownNot yet known

Co-Curriculum

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.

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