Key Stage Results 2018 – 2019
Schools no longer measure pupil achievement and progress using levels. Pupils are regularly assessed in on-going, half termly assessments, which provide a teacher assessment at the end of the year.
They also complete national tests. The tests use scaled scores, which range from 85 to 115. A child whose attainment is average will achieve a scaled score of 100. A child whose score is above 110 is judged to be working ‘at greater depth’. A child who achieves a scaled score of 90 or below is judged to be ‘working towards’ the expected level for their age. Children whose score is between 91 and 109 are therefore working within the expectations for their age, however they must achieve 100 in order for them to meet the standard.
85.7% reached a good level of development.
Year One Phonics Check
This year the pass mark was 32 from 40. 85.7% of Year One pupils achieved this
Key Stage One Tests and Teacher Assessments
In KS1, 85.7% reached the expected level in Reading.
In Writing, 85.7% reached the expected level.
In Mathematics, 57.1% reached the expected level.
In Grammar and Punctuation, 71.4% reached the expected level
57.1% of pupils achieved expected level in Reading, Writing AND Mathematics.
Key Stage Two Tests and Key Stage Two Teacher Assessment
In the Reading Test, 67% achieved the expected level.
In Writing, 88.9% achieved the expected level.
In the KS2 Maths Test, 56% achieved the expected level.
In the Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Test, 78% achieved the expected level.
In Science, 88.9% achieved the expected level