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End of Key Stage 2 Results – 2018 (unvalidated)

% achieving the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths

42%

% achieving the expected standard in reading

58%

% achieving the expected standard in writing

71%

% achieving the expected standard in maths

52%

% achieving the expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling

61%

Reading progress score

+0.5

Writing progress score

+1.9

Maths progress score

-0.2

Average scaled score in reading

102

Average scaled score in maths

101

Average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling

105

% achieving a high level of attainment in reading, writing and maths

10%

% achieving a high level of attainment in reading

13%

% achieving a high level of attainment in writing

16%

% achieving a high level of attainment in maths

13%

% achieving a high level of attainment in grammar, punctuation and spelling

23%

 

In 2016 assessment arrangements changed in primary schools nationally.  When children take their SATs tests their scores are converted to a score around 100.  A score of 100 represents a child who is working at the correct level for their age, therefore an average scaled score above 100 means that they are working at a level above that which is expected at the end of KS2.

The progress score is an average score of all pupils within a school (there are no individual progress scores).  A score of 0 represents exactly the expected amount of progress being made from the end of KS1.  A score above therefore represents better than expected progress, and a minus score represents less than expected progress.  For schools to be above the government floor target in 2018 progress scores had to be above -5 in reading, -5 in maths and -7 in writing.  This school is above the floor standard based on progress scores.

                                

For further information, visit the DfE website at:

http://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/

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