The Theddlethorpe Academy Year 6 Award winners (front row) with their Year 6 classmates. All pupils received a certificate and a gift from Tollbar Multi Academy Trust.
Theddlethorpe Academy is celebrating a huge rise in its Maths results following the 2018 Year 6 SATs tests.
Progress made by the pupils since the Academy joined Tollbar Multi Academy Trust two years ago was set out for parents at Theddlethorpe Academy's Year 6 Awards Day. 92% of the cohort achieved the national standard in Maths in 2018, an increase of 14% on last year.
Achievement in Writing continued to rise also, with 67% of pupils achieving the national standard, an increase of 11% on last year.
Despite the pass mark rising for Reading this year from 21/50 to 28/50, 75% of the cohort achieved the national standard which is an excellent achievement.
Spelling and Grammar results (SPAG) were outstanding with 83% of children achieving the national standard.
Mandy White, Theddlethorpe Academy Principal, said: "Our results this year have been tremendous. However, what matters the most to us is not whether the children have met what the Government deems to be the expected standard, but that every child has done as well as they possibly could have done. Each and every child has worked incredibly hard and deserves every success."
Four trophies were awarded to Year 6 pupils for Achievement and Progress in the recent SATs tests and Overall Contribution to the Academy. All Year 6 pupils also received a gift from Tollbar Multi Academy Trust.
Mandy White added: "Even if you don't receive an individual award today, you have all achieved and made progress and you should all be recognised and commended for that. A recurring theme in our weekly assemblies is pride and I can honestly say that everyone associated with Theddlethorpe Academy is extremely proud of our Year 6 pupils."
Overall Contribution To The Academy trophy winner, Katie Rigley, with Academy Principal, Mandy White.
Vinnie Addison receives the award for Best Progress in Reading.
Best Progress in Mathematics winner, Rachael Alan.
Best Progress in Writing winner, McKenzie Henderson.