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Key stage 2 results

 

Please click here for a PDF copy of the Key Stage 2 results.

  

 

Reading

Writing

Mathematics

 

Read/Write/Math

combined

Percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard

36%

64%

33%

27%

Percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment (over 110)

11%

16%

2%

0

Average progress

-5.4

0.1

-4.8

 

Average scaled score

96

 

97

 

 

What does it mean?

 Since summer 2016 more challenging SATs tests reflected the new curriculum at the end of the Key Stages. Previous national curriculum levels have been replaced.

Explanation for web-site data

How is this calculated?

Percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard

In May, children in Year 6 take National tests in reading, maths, grammar spelling and punctuation. Each child receives a total number of marks for each test. This total is translated into a scaled score for each test. Writing is not assessed by a test but by your child’s teacher.

 

For KS2 SATs the range of scaled scores ranges from 80, the lowest possible scaled score, to 120, the highest possible scaled score.

 

A scaled score of 100 or more means that the child has met the expected standard in each KS2 SATs test; a scaled score of 99 or less means they haven't reached the government-expected standard.

 

The number of children who score 100 or above are used to calculate the percentage of children achieving the national standard.

 

Percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment (over 110)

The number of children who score 110 or above are used to calculate the percentage of children achieving above the national standard.

Average progress (based on progress nationally)

Average progress is measured between Year 2 and Year 6 for each child. If a child makes expected progress, their score would be zero.

If a child makes better than expected progress their score would be plus 1, 2 3 etc.

 

If a child makes less than expected progress their score would be less than zero (minus 1, 2 etc.)

 

To calculate the average progress for the school, each child’s score is added and the total is taken from zero. A negative number means that not all children have made the expected progress.

Average scaled score per pupil

This is calculated by adding up each child’s scaled score and dividing by the number of children who took tests at the end of Year 2.

 

For further information follow the LINK BELOW on this web page.

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/121317 

 

 

 

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