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KS2 SATs results

Standardised Assessment Tests – 2018-2019 Outcomes

Children need to achieve a scaled score of 100+ in order to meet the expected standard; a score of less than 100 would mean that the standard has not been met.  Children deemed as working significantly below age related expectations are not required to take part in these ‘Standardised Assessment Tests’ and therefore were not entered.

Children are assessed in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar, Reading and Maths using Standardised Assessment Tests, however, writing is assessed using teacher assessment.

Reading

Expected standard met (at least)

(Excluding chn not entered)

3/5

60%

Expected standard not met

(Excluding chn not entered)

2/5

40%

Grammar

Expected standard met (at least)

(Excluding chn not entered)

1/5

20%

Expected standard not met

(Excluding chn not entered)

5/5

80%

Maths

Expected standard met (at least)

(Excluding chn not entered)

0/5

0%

Expected standard not met

(Excluding chn not entered)

5/5

100%

Students achieving scaled scores of 90 or above

Students with scaled scores 90 or above in all 3 external assessments

75%

Students with scaled scores 90 or above in 2 external assessments

75%

Students with scaled scores 90 or above in 1 external assessments

100%

Percentage of students achieving at least 1 scaled score 90 or above

100%

This progress data is showing that there is 84% (up by 4% from the same time last year) of students are making expected or better than expected progress in both writing and maths with reading showing 88% (up by 8% from the same time last year) of students making this progress. Additionally 75% of the students achieved scaled scores of 90 or above in all 3 assessments with all students achieving a scaled score above 90 in at least 1 assessment.

Writing (Teacher Assessed)

Expected standard met (at least)

(Excluding chn not entered)

0/5

0%

Expected standard not met

(Excluding chn not entered)

5/5

100%

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