Gold School Games Mark!
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Key Stage 2 Assessment Results
KS2 Statutory Assessment 2016
The Department for Education publishes performance tables for all schools in England and Wales.
We are very proud of the achievement of all our children. In 2016, 75% of pupils achieved the expected standard in all three subject areas (reading, writing and maths) compared with 53% nationally.
The table below gives the attainment and progress of pupils in Year 6 in 2016.
In Year 6 2016 there were 8 pupils in Year 6
|Percentage of children achieving expected standard in each subject:||88%||88%||88%|
|Average progress in each subject:||5.2||3.1||1.3|
|Average scaled score in each subject:||110||N/A*||106|
|Percentage of children achieving high level of attainment **||63%||50%||25%|
As you will be aware, changes were made in 2016 to the way children are assessed and how attainment and progress are reported. The changes mean that levels are no longer used to measure children’s progress. Instead, scaled scores have been introduced to report test results.
- Raw marks in the test will be converted to a scaled score
- Test results will be reported as scaled scores
- The ‘expected standard’ will always be set at 100
- Pupils with 100 or more will have met the expected standard
*A progress score of 0 means pupils in this school on average do about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.A positive score means pupils in this school on average do better at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.A negative score means pupils in this school on average do worse at KS2 as with similar prior attainment nationally.
**There is no writing test and therefore, scaled scores are not used . Teacher Assessment is used to measure children’s attainment across a wide range of children’s work throughout the year and is reported as either: “working at the expected standard” or “at working at greater depth”. There is no scaled score for writing.
***Children achieving 110 or higher in reading or maths tests are awarded a “high” level of attainment.
Follow the links below to view the end of KS2 and KS1 results for 2015 and 2014: