Over the last four years we have been collating data to measure the progress children are making at the BVIS Primary school over time.
Positive Progress from Students Who Stay 4 Years at BVIS
The graph below compares UK expectations for children’s progress in their native language with that of BVIS children’s progress in both English and Vietnamese.
We measure the progress of the 124 children that have stayed in the school from the end of Year 2 to the end of Year 6 from 2011 to 2019. The results are extremely positive and clearly show that the children who stay at our school make significant progress; many are now reading and writing fluently in both English and Vietnamese.
High Percentage of Year 6 High Attainment Level
The progress results correlate with our most recent Year 6 attainment data (below) that shows a high percentage of children in Year 6 are now working at expected levels for BVIS in all core areas of the curriculum.
Expectations at BVIS are in-line with UK expectations*. It is extremely positive to see the impact that staying long-term at our school will have on these children and in preparing them for their education in the Secondary school.
Over 50% of this year’s graduating Year 6 cohort have been at BVIS since Year 2. The evidence is clear that if you want your child to make long-term progress, staying at BVIS for the long term is a strong choice for your child and their education.
*Assessment data is generated from a range of UK assessments including UK SAT Tests and GL Online Assessments