KS2 Performance Data

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summary of KS2 Results 2018 (Provisional)

2016 was the first year of the new Key Stage 2 tests in reading; spelling, punctuation and grammar; and mathematics. The tests assess children against a national standard. This year’s tests (2018) are the third set of tests to reflect the new primary curriculum, which was introduced in 2014.

Individual results in each test are reported using a scaled score. A scaled score of 100 represents the expected standard for each test. If a pupil attains a scaled score of 100 or more, it means that they 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. The highest scaled score possible is 120, and the lowest is 80.

If you want to see how your child’s test scores compare with the national average for each subject, you can do so by clicking here.

Reading Writing (Teacher assessment) SPAG Maths Reading, writing, maths combined
School National School National School National School National School National
% of pupils achieved expected standard 86% 75% 88% 78% 93% 78% 79% 76% 64% 64%
% of pupils achieved a higher level of achievement 26% 28% 21% 20% 44% 34% 26% 23% 12% 10%
Ave scaled score 106 105 na na 108 106 106 104 na na

 

Progress measures – This is the valued added progress that your children have made from one key stage to another. A score of 0 is expected progress.

Reading Writing (Teacher assessment) Maths
School Progress +1.3 +1.7 +2.6

Summary of KS2 Results 2017

The new Key Stage 2 tests

2016 was the ­first year of the new Key Stage 2 tests in reading; spelling, punctuation and grammar; and mathematics. The tests assess children against a national standard. This year’s tests (2017) are the ­second set of tests to reflect the new primary curriculum, which was introduced in 2014.

Individual results in each test are reported using a scaled score. A scaled score of 100 represents the expected standard for each test. If a pupil attains a scaled score of 100 or more, it means that they 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. The highest scaled score possible is 120, and the lowest is 80.

As the new standard is higher than the old one, fewer children have met the new expected standard than the previous standard. If you want to see how your child’s test scores compare with the national average for each subject, you can do so by clicking here.

 

Test Results 2017 – 38 pupils, 8 PP pupils, 5 SEN pupils ( 1 EHC Plan)

 

Reading Spag Writing (Teacher assessment) Maths Reading, Writing and Maths
School National School National School National School National School National
% of pupils achieved expected standard 71% 71% 93% 77% 84% 76% 82% 75% 61% 61%
% of pupils achieved a higher level of achievement 29% 25% 39% 31% 18% 18% 21% 23% 13% 9%
Average scaled score 105 104 108 106 na na 105 104 na na

 

Progress measures

This is the valued added progress that your children have made from one key stage to another. A score of 0 is expected progress.

 

Reading Writing Maths
+2.1 +2.1 +2.1

Summary of KS2 Results 2016

Test Results 2016 – 42 pupils, PP 10 pupils, SEN 7 pupils

Reading SPAG Maths Writing (Teacher Assessment) R, W &M
% of pupils achieved expected standard 69% 64% 52% 86% 50%
% of pupils achieved a higher level of achievement 17% 17% 7% 19% 2%
Average scaled score 100.9 102.8 99.2 NA NA

 

Progress measures

This is the valued added progress that your children have made from one key stage to another.

Reading Writing Maths
-0.4 +3.1 -2.7

 

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