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In 2014 OAT primary academies received best ever SATs results with a rise of over 20 percentage points from 2012 results, as 75% of pupils achieved at least level 4 in reading, writing and maths. The achievement is also in line with last year's national average of 75%.
All three OAT primary academies have seen a significant increase on their results from last year, and are achieving well above the government’s floor standard of 65%.
Ormiston Herman Academy in Gorleston, Norfolk: 83% of students at gained a level 4 or above in their SATs, a rise of 6 percentage points from last year’s results.
Ormiston Meadows Academy in Peterborough: 70% of pupils gained level 4 grades in reading, writing and maths, a 2 percentage point increase from last year.
Ormiston South Parade Academy in Grimsby: saw a 10 point rise from last year’s results, with 72% of pupils achieving level 4 grades in reading, writing and maths this year.