KS2 Results

Key Stage 2 Results 2017

KS2 Results

From ‘Information for parents: results from the 2016 national curriculum assessments’, Standards and Testing Agency (2016)

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 are the ­second 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.

 

Attainment

Subject School National
  Met standard High score Met standard High score
Reading, Writing and Maths Combined 59% 3% 61% 5%
Reading 72% 10% 71% 19%
Writing 76% 21% 76% 15%
Maths 62% 7% 75% 17%
Spelling and Grammar 72% 14% 77% 23%

 

Progress

Subject School Nat
Reading 1.3 0.0
Writing 1.6 0.0
Maths -2.1 0.0

 

This shows children in our school make better progress in Writing and Reading than other children nationally.  It also shows that children make less progress than other children in Maths. This is our main focus in school, any support you could give your child with their Maths would benefit them massively.

 

Summer 2016

KS2 Results

From ‘Information for parents: results from the 2016 national curriculum assessments’, Standards and Testing Agency (2016)

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 are the ­first tests to reflect the new primary curriculum, which was introduced in 2014.

As this is the ­first year of the new tests, the results will look different from those of previous years and cannot be compared with them directly.

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.

 

Attainment

Subject School National
Met standard High score Met standard High score
Reading 50% 0 66% 19%
Writing 82% 0 75% 15%
Maths 71% 4% 70% 17%
Spelling and Grammar 67% 11% 72% 23%

 

Progress

Subject School Nat
Reading -0.7 0.0
Writing 2.3 0.0
Maths 1.9 0.0

 

This shows children in our school make better progress in Writing and Maths than other children nationally.  It also shows that children make slightly less progress than other children in Reading. This is our main focus in school, any help you could give your child with their reading would benefit them massively.

 

Summer 2015

SPAG

2015 National 2015

 

Level 4 80%

Level 5 56%

Level 4

Level 4b

Level 5

85.7%

81%

52.4%

2015 National APS
28.6

 

Maths Attainment

2015  % National 2015

 

Level 4 87%

Level 4b 77%

Level 5 42%

Level 4

Level 4b

Level 5

Level 6

95.2%

81%

28.6%

4.8%

2015 APS National 29.0

 

Maths Progress

  • 42.8% of children made outstanding progress (3 Levels)
  • 100% of children made expected progress (2Levels)

 

Reading Attainment

2015  % National 2015

 

Level 4 89%

Level 4b 80%

Level 5 48%

Level 4

Level 4b

Level 5

90.5%

71.4%

23.8%

2015 APS National 29.0

 

Reading Progress

  • 38% of children made outstanding progress (3 levels)
  • 95% of children made expected progress (2 levels)

 

Writing Attainment

2015  % National 2015

 

Level 4 87%

Level 5 36%

Level 4

Level 4b

Level 5

90.5%

61.9%

19%

2015 APS National 27.9

 

Writing Progress

  • 33% of children made outstanding progress (3 Levels)
  • 95% of children made expected progress (2 Levels)