Key Stage 2 Results

Attainment and Progress

KS2 SATs papers are taken by children at the end of Year 6 (when they are 10-11 years old) as part of the National Curriculum assessment programme. KS2 SATs tests are in Reading, Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar and Mathematics.  Children's writing is assessed through Teacher Assessment based on a range of the work they complete during their final year at primary school. 

We are very proud of all our pupils who undertook the tests in May 2016 - they demonstrated huge amounts of commitment and maturity and tried their very best during test week. 2016 was the first year of the new Key Stage 2 tests and the tests were much harder than in previous years as a new National Curriculum was introduced in 2014 that raised standards and expectations for all year groups.

Whilst the SATs do provide helpful information on how your child is progressing in the core subjects, they not assess everything that a child is capable of and they are not a measure of what makes each child special and unique.  

Headline School Results at KS2 2015-2016:  Attainment

In the past, children were given levels to show their achievement, this no longer happens. 

Now a score of 100 or above means expected, 99 or below means they have not met expected.  

  % of pupils achieving the expected standard % of pupils exceeding the expected standard Average scaled point score
Reading 50% 7% 100
Writing 66% 9% Not applicable
Maths 50% 11% 101
Combined (standard in all three - read/write/maths) 30% 2% Not applicable
Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling 61% 14% 102

 

Headline School Results at KS2 2015-2016:  Progress

Progress scores reflect how much progress children have made from their KS1 SATs to their KS2 SATs.  The School's progress scores for 2016 is calculated by finding the progress made by each pupil in each subject, then averaged to find the overall progress of the class. These scores give an indication of whether, as a group, pupils in the school made above or below average progress in a subject compared with pupils with similar starting points in other schools.

Schools across the country Reading Writing Mathematics
Top 5%      
Next 20%      
Next 15%   -0.2  
Middle 20% -1.7 -1.3
Next 15%
Next 20%
Bottom 5%      

 

To view the DfE performance tables please click on this text.

Key Stage 2 Results

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Attainment and Progress

KS2 SATs papers are taken by children at the end of Year 6 (when they are 10-11 years old) as part of the National Curriculum assessment programme. KS2 SATs tests are in Reading, Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar and Mathematics.  Children's writing is assessed through Teacher Assessment based on a range of the work they complete during their final year at primary school. 

We are very proud of all our pupils who undertook the tests in May 2016 - they demonstrated huge amounts of commitment and maturity and tried their very best during test week. 2016 was the first year of the new Key Stage 2 tests and the tests were much harder than in previous years as a new National Curriculum was introduced in 2014 that raised standards and expectations for all year groups.

Whilst the SATs do provide helpful information on how your child is progressing in the core subjects, they not assess everything that a child is capable of and they are not a measure of what makes each child special and unique.  

Headline School Results at KS2 2015-2016:  Attainment

In the past, children were given levels to show their achievement, this no longer happens. 

Now a score of 100 or above means expected, 99 or below means they have not met expected.  

  % of pupils achieving the expected standard % of pupils exceeding the expected standard Average scaled point score
Reading 50% 7% 100
Writing 66% 9% Not applicable
Maths 50% 11% 101
Combined (standard in all three - read/write/maths) 30% 2% Not applicable
Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling 61% 14% 102

 

Headline School Results at KS2 2015-2016:  Progress

Progress scores reflect how much progress children have made from their KS1 SATs to their KS2 SATs.  The School's progress scores for 2016 is calculated by finding the progress made by each pupil in each subject, then averaged to find the overall progress of the class. These scores give an indication of whether, as a group, pupils in the school made above or below average progress in a subject compared with pupils with similar starting points in other schools.

Schools across the country Reading Writing Mathematics
Top 5%      
Next 20%      
Next 15%   -0.2  
Middle 20% -1.7 -1.3
Next 15%
Next 20%
Bottom 5%      

 

To view the DfE performance tables please click on this text.

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