Key Stage 2 SATs data 2018

2016 saw the introduction of a new system of assessment and a new style of SAT testing. The old levels system has been replaced. Children sit papers in three subjects – Reading, Spelling & Grammar and Mathematics. Their marks are converted to a scaled score where any score of 100 or above indicates a child has met the new ‘standard’. The scaled scores can range from 80-120. The results for 2018 were:

39 children were in the Year 6 cohort.

Subject

% reaching ‘standard’

Average scaled score

Average Progress Score

% high level of Attainment

Reading

47

101

-3.18

11

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling

39

99

-

11

Mathematics

47

98

-5.40

3

Writing (Teacher Assessed)

67

-

-1.76

6

A summary of assessment data for KS2 for the last three years is shown here:

 

% expected +

2016

2017

2018

2016-2018

Reading

51%

67%

47%

55%

Writing

63%

62%

67%

64%

Maths

54%

49%

47%

50%

 

% greater depth

2016

2017

2018

2016-2018

Reading

11%

21%

11%

15%

Writing

6%

5%

6%

5%

Maths

9%

15%

3%

9%

A summary of assessment data for KS1 for the last three years is shown here:

% expected +

2016

2017

2018

2016-2018

Reading

72%

61%

69%

68%

Writing

69%

61%

69%

67%

Maths

72%

55%

69%

66%

 

% greater depth

2016

2017

2018

2016-2018

Reading

28%

7%

13%

16%

Writing

16%

0%

5%

7%

Maths

25%

3%

10%

         13%