School Performance

 

 

Key Stage 2 (Year 6) SATs Results 2019

Key points to note:

  • Children sit their key stage 2 SATs towards the end of year 6 (reading & maths: test, writing: teacher assessed)
  • Children receive a scaled score for the reading and maths tests – and these scores are between 80 and 120
  • Most children are anticipated to achieve the national expected standard which is a scaled score of 100 or above
  • The most able children are expected to achieve the higher standard which is a scaled score of 110 or more
  • Progress scores compare what the children got in old levels when they were in year 2 with the new scores they got this year, compared with other similar children nationally
    • (-) Negative scores indicate that children did not do as well as other similar children nationally
    • 0 means that the children performed about as well as other similar children nationally
    • Positive scores indicate that children did better than other similar children nationally

Percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard or above in:

  • Reading: 75%
  • Writing: 70%
  • Maths: 77%
  • Grammar Punctuation and Spelling (GPS): 77%
  • Combined: 63%

The average progress made by pupils in reading, writing and maths:

  • R:   +3.0
  • W:  +1.0
  • M:  +2.9

 

The average scaled score achieved per pupil in reading and maths (scores were between 80 and 120, with the national expected standard being 100)

  • R: 104
  • M: 105
  • GPS: 106

Percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment in reading, writing and maths:

  • R: 29%
  • W: 11%
  • M: 29%
  • GPS: 32%

Further information on the school and results can be found here:

https://www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables