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KS2 SATs Results 2016

2016 was the first year in which children sat the new SATs tests set by the DFE.  The tests were significantly harder than previously so results dipped significantly nationally and in Lancashire.  In writing children are now required to include far more complex grammatical structures in their writing.

%age of children out of a cohort of 19 children attaining the required score in the 2016 SATs tests:

Attainment Reading (Test)

Writing (teacher assessment)

Mathematics (test) GPS (test)
  EXS     HS      EXP+ EXS       HS       EXP+ EXS      HS      EXP+ EXS     HS     EXP+
School 73.7     15.8     89.5 36.8       26.3     63.2 63.2     10.5     73.7 63.2      15.8    78.9
Lancashire 47.6     16.8     64.4 62.2       14.7      76.9 53.9     15.6     69.5 52.2      20.1    72.4
National 47        18.7     65.6 59.3       14.7      73.9 53.1      16.6     69.7 49.9      22.5    72.4

EXS   Expected Standard

HS  Higher than Expected Standard

EXP+ Both the above combined

GPS  Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling test

Progress from KS1 – KS2

The DFE also measure progress made by individual children from the end of KS1 to the end of KS2.  They combine that data to give an overall progress score for each subject in each school.  Progress scores centre around a National Average Progress score of 0 so schools can have an overall progress score either side of 0 in a positive or negative direction.

Progress Reading Writing Mathematics GPS
School 4.9 1.2 1.8 N/A
Comparison with National Average Significantly better than National Average Not significantly different from National Average. Not significantly different from National Average. Progress not measured due to no assessment at KS1.

 

Key Stage 2 Statutory Assessment Data

In the 2015 Y6 cohort there were 9 children.  Results from Statutory Assessments (SATs) were as follows:

KS2 (National averages from 2014 in brackets) 
  Reading Writing SPAG Maths
Attainment
L4+ 100% (89%) 89% (85%) 89% (76%) 100% (86%)
L5+ 89% (50%) 67% (33%) 67% (52%) 67% (42%)
L6     11%  
Progress
2+levels progress 100% (91%) 100% (93%) n/a 100% (89%)
3 levels progress 78% 67% n/a 44%
L4+ both English and Maths   
89% (79%)

In the 2014 Y6 cohort there were 10 children.  Results from Statutory Assessments (SATs) were as follows:

KS2 (National averages from 2013 in brackets) 
  Reading Writing SPAG Maths
Attainment
L4+ 100% (86%) 70% (85%) 70% (74%) 90% (83%)
L5+ 80% (45%) 20% 50% (48%) 70% (41%)
Progress
2+levels progress 100% (88%) 80% (91%) n/a 90% (88%)
3 levels progress 80% 30% n/a 70%
L4+ both Literacy and Maths   
70% (75%)
 

 

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