Studham Village CE Academy

Caring to Learn, Learning to Care - All Flourishing as Children of God

Ofsted, SIAMs and Performance Data

School Performance


Studham is a small school and that means data and percentages can be skewed due to very small numbers of pupils. This needs to be taken into consideration when viewing school data against national figures.


We are very proud of all our pupils’ achievements; however, we are asked to publish our data even though this does not tell you the whole story.  


Please note the government has not published school level data for the 2021 to 2022 academic year. The last available public data is from the 2018 to 2019 academic year, which you can view below.


 School PerformanceNational Average
Oak Class (Reception)  
Good Level of Development (GLD)94%78%
Sycamore Class (Year 1)  
Phonics Screening Check84.6%82%
Sycamore Class (Year 2)  


All Church of England and Methodist schools are required by law to have an independent inspection of the Christian aspects of their teaching and school community. These inspections take place at 5 yearly intervals.