Whitehall Independent School SATs Results 2019

The Sunday Times Guide to Schools, 2019 – Top 100


End of Key Stage 1 (Year 2) – children are nationally expected to achieve 100; maximum scaled score 115.

Expected Above (above average) Well above expected
 Reading  100%  100% 16%
 Grammar   100%  84% 84%
 Mathematics   100%  84% 32%

*Above = 101-107. Well Above = 108-115


End of Key Stage 2 (Year 6) – children are nationally expected to achieve 100; maximum scaled score 120.

Expected Above (above average) Well above expected
 Reading     100%  100% 66%
 Grammar  100%  100% 33%
 Mathematics   100%  100% 33%

*Above = 101-110. Well Above = 110-120

*excluding SEN students

Independent Secondary Schools

We encourage parents considering an Independent secondary school to consider their options early and work closely with families from the beginning of Year 5 to ensure that individual children are well prepared for the variety of entrance assessments required at different schools. Our success rate for places awarded is 100% with children also being awarded scholarship places.

Destination of Leavers

On leaving Whitehall, children move on to a wide variety of local Secondary Schools – both in the Independent and Maintained and sector. We know that with the excellent academic and social grounding our pupils receive, they will adapt well to these larger settings and thrive. Choice of school is often geographically motivated, with parents selecting settings which are in close proximity to home. In recent years, pupils from Whitehall have gone on to attend schools in Cambridge –The Perse, Perse Girls, The Leys and St. Mary’s –as well as other schools within the county –The King’s School – Ely, Kimbolton School, Wisbech Grammar, The Peterborough School and The Cambridge International School. St. Bede’s, the state, inter-faith church school in Cambridge has become increasingly popular in recent years.