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In previous years children were given a level where level 2/4 was expected and level 3/5 more than expected. 

 

This is the first year the tests have been reported using a scaled score to replace the levels; a scaled score of 100 represents the expected standard for each test.

Children who have achieved a scaled score of 100 or more are working at or above the expected standard in the subject. If a child receives a scaled score of less than 100 it means that they may need more support to reach the expected standard. 

KS1 SATs Results 2017

Subjects

Reading

Writing

Maths

School

86%

77%

73%

National

76%

68%

75%

Local Authority

77%

69%

76%

KS2 SATs Results 2017

 

Subjects

Percentage of children achieving expected standard

Percentage of children achieving a high standard

Average scaled score

Progress measures:

KS1 – KS2

Reading

77%

24%

104.4

+6%

Writing

85%

28%

-

+2.6%

Maths

88%

24%

105.8

+16%

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling

85%

48%

108

-

Reading, Writing and Maths

73%

12%

-

+13%

KS1 SATs Results 2016

Subjects

Reading

Writing

Maths

Reading, writing and maths

School

85%

81%

85%

77%

National

74%

66%

73%

60%

Local Authority

77%

69%

74%

64%

KS2 SATs Results 2016

Subjects

Percentage of children achieving expected standard

Percentage of children achieving a high standard

Average scaled score

Progress measures:

KS1 – KS2

Reading

73%

4%

102

-0.5

Writing

85%

23%

-

2.5

Maths

81%

15%

104

1.6

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling

85%

27%

-

-

Reading, Writing and Maths

69%

4%

-

-

Phonics Screening Test Results 2016

% of children meeting the threshold

 

All Children

Boys

Girls

School

96%

100%

94.4%

National

80.5%

TBC

TBC

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