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2017 KS2 Results

2017 is the second year of the new key stage 2 tests in maths, reading and grammar, punctuation and spelling. The tests assess children against a national standard. These tests reflect the new primary curriculum which was introduced in 2014.

As this is the second year of the new tests the results will look different from those prior to 2016 and cannot be compared with them directly. The Government has introduced a new curriculum to be on a par with the best education systems in the world and expect children to achieve higher standards than before.

A child’s results in each test will be reported using a scaled score. A scaled score of 100 represents the expected standard for each test. If a child gets a scaled score of 100 or more, it means they are working at or above the expected standard in the subject. If a child gets a scaled score of less than 100 it means that they may need more support to reach the expected standard. The highest scaled score possible is 120, and the lowest is 80.

You can find more information on scaled scores at www.gov.uk/guidance/scaled-scores-at-key-stage-2.

As the new standard is higher than the old one, fewer children have met the new expected standard than the previous standard.

If you want to see how your child’s test scores compare with the national average for each subject, you can do this online at www.gov.uk/government/collections/statistics-key-stage-2.

The children took Key Stage 2 SATs tests in English Reading, Mathematics and English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (GPS). For children who have completed the Key Stage 2 curriculum in Writing, a child is assessed by through teacher assessment.  The teacher assessment will say one of 3 things:

• a child is working towards the expected standard and needs some support to meet national expectations

• a child is working at the expected standard for their age

• a child is working at greater depth within the expected standard and has a strong understanding of the curriculum.


 1 child is approx 5%

School

National

Reading

Writing

Maths

Reading

Writing

Maths

% of pupils achieving the new ‘expected’ standard

84%

Writing 84%

GPS  83%

68%

71%

Writing  76%

GPS  72%

75%

Average Scaled Score (*Test)

104

GPS  104

102

104

GPS  106

104

High Level of Attainment

(greater depth in Writing)

11%

Writing  11%

GPS  16%

11%

25%

Writing  18%

GPS  31%

23%

Average Progress Scores

The DFE definition of sufficient progress:

 Reading: above -5,

Writing: above -7,

Maths: above -5.

0

0.5

-2

0

0

0


Reading Writing and Maths Combined:

The % of pupils achieving the expected standard: School 58%, National 61%

The % of pupils achieving a high score: School 5%, National 9% 

 

2016 KS2 Results

2016 was the first year of the new key stage 2 tests in maths, reading and grammar, punctuation and spelling. The tests assess children against a national standard. This year’s tests were the first tests to reflect the new primary curriculum, which was introduced in 2014.

As 2016 was the first year of the new tests the results look different from those of previous years and cannot be compared with them directly. The Government introduced a new curriculum to be on a par with the best education systems in the world and expect children to achieve higher standards than before.

 

 1 child is approx 6%

2016 School Results

2016 National Results

Reading

Writing

Maths

Reading

Writing

Maths

% of pupils achieving the new ‘expected’ standard

83%

Writing 72%

GPS = 83%

61%

66%

Writing = 74%

GPS = 72%

70%

Average Scaled Score (*Test)

105

GPS = 106

102

 103

GPS = 104 

103 

High Level of Attainment

(greater depth in Writing)

28%

Writing = 6%

GPS = 33%

6%

19%

Writing = 15%

GPS = 23%

17%

Average Progress Scores

The DFE definition of sufficient progress:

 Reading: above -5,

Writing: above -7,

Maths: above -5.

1.3

-1.9

-1.3

0

0

0


Reading Writing and Maths Combined - % of pupils achieving a high score: School 6%, National 5% 
Reading Writing and Maths Combined - % of pupils achieving the expected standard: School 50%, National 53%

 


Key Stage 2 Results 2015

2015 was the final year of assessing against the old curriculum which assessed the children using levels.

1 child is approx. 8% for our school

% achieving Level 4+ in Reading Writing and Maths

% making expected or better progress (2 or more levels progress from KS1)

Reading

Writing

Maths

School

77%

77%

92%

77%

Nationally

80%

91%

94%

90%

 

Key Stage 2 results 2015

1 child is approx. 8% for our school

% achieving Level 4 or above

% achieving Level 5 or above

Reading

School

92%

46%

Nationally

89%

48%

Writing

School

85%

54%

Nationally

87%

36%

Maths

School

85%

46%

Nationally

87%

42%

















Key Stage 2 results 2014

1 child is approx. 6% for our school

% achieving Level 4+ in Reading Writing and Maths

% making expected or better progress (2 or more levels progress from KS1)

Reading

Writing

Maths

School

83%

76%

88%

94%

Nationally

79%

91%

93%

90%

 

Key Stage 2 results 2014

1 child is approx. 6% for our school

% achieving Level 4 or above

% achieving Level 5 or above

Reading

School

89%

28%

Nationally

89%

50%

Writing

School

89%

33%

Nationally

85%

33%

Maths

School

100%

33%

Nationally

86%

42%

 

 

 

 






Key Stage 2 results 2013


1 child is approx. 6% for our school

% achieving Level 4+ in Reading Writing and Maths

% making expected or better progress (2 or more levels progress from KS1)

Reading

Writing

Maths

School

75%

100%

100%

100%

Nationally

75%

100%

100%

100%

 

Key Stage 2 results 2013

1 child is approx. 6% for our school

% achieving Level 4 or above

% achieving Level 5 or above

Reading

School

88%

56%

Nationally

86%

44%

Writing

School

81%

25%

Nationally

17%

83%

Maths

School

81%

63%

Nationally

87%

42%