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Latest SAT results for our school - KS1 and KS2 2017

We are proud to report that our SAT results were very strong again in 2017, and improved on our 2016 results.   Our children at Early Years (Reception), Key Stage 1 (Year 2) and Key Stage 2 (Year 6) have performed  above National levels for the past 6 years.  A wonderful achievement!

 

Last year saw a  change for all primary schools as the new, more deamnding SAT tests were introduced in Years 2 and 6.  Levels have been replaced by scaled Scores in KS2, with 100 representing “expected” levels of attainment.  In KS1 children were assessed by teachers against the National standard for Key Stage 1 and either met this standard or did not meet it in reading and maths.  However, in writing assessment was against not met, met or working at greater depth.

Children in Year 1 were tested in phonics.

Children in reception (Early Years) were assessed against the Early Years Framework and the % who reached the Early Learning Goals in the prime areas of Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Physical Development, and Communication and Language were assessed as reaching a Good Level of Development (GLD).

 

KEY STAGE 2

Subject

% at expected standard- school

% at expected standard- national

% at higher standard- school

% at higher standard- national

Reading

90

71

24

25

Writing

90

76

10

18

Maths

97

75

48

23

Grammar, Punctuation & spelling (GPS)

93

77

48

31

Reading, Writing & Maths

83

61

7

9

 

 

School average scaled score

National average scaled score

 

 

READING

107

104

 

 

G.P.S

109

106

 

 

MATHS

109

104

 

 

 

KEY STAGE 1

Subject

% at expected standard or above- school

% at expected standard or above- national 2016

(no 2017 data released yet)

Reading

83

74

Writing

75

66

Maths

83

73

 

YEAR 1 PHONICS

80

81

 

Early Years Good Level of Development (GLD)

Year

School % at GLD

National % at GLD 

2015

84%

66%

2016

85%

69%

2017 78% No National data released yet

 

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