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KS2 SATS results – Information for Parents

** COVID UPDATE**

Due to the interruptions we have faced with National lockdowns, the children have not been expected to sit any Standard attainment Tests (SATs) in 2020 or 2021 so we do not have SATS data for those cohorts.

From 2016, SATs results have been reported using ‘scaled scores’.

Your child’s annual report which is shared in the Spring term, will include information about whether they are on track to meet the national standard. If not, you will be given information at parent’s evening about what you can do with school to support your child to get back on track.

In 2014 the Department for Education (DfE) announced changes to the National Curriculum. As part of the changes, the ‘levels’ system previously used to report on children’s attainment was removed. From 2016, SATs results were reported using scaled scores.

What is a scaled score? 

Each child is given a scaled score as a number. This is based on his/her raw score – the number of marks he/she receives in a test.

Children may achieve a score of:

  • Below 100, meaning they have not achieved the ‘expected standard’

  • 100, meaning that they have reached the ‘expected standard’

  • Above 100, meaning that they have exceeded the ‘expected standard’

For children in year 2 taking the Key Stage (KS) 1 tests, scores range from 85 to 115. In year 6 (KS2) they range from 80 to 120. A child who reaches the expected standard (100 or above) is considered to be ready for the next stage of his or her education.

Why use scaled scores? 

Scaled scores help test results to be reported consistently from one year to the next. For example, if two children achieve the same scaled scores in different tests in different years, they will have the same level of attainment.

How will results be reported in year 6? 

Most children in year 6 will have taken tests in maths, reading, and grammar, punctuation and spelling.

Your child’s end-of-year report will include their scaled score and clear confirmation as to whether they have met the national standard.

FAQs

Should I be worried if my child does not meet the expected standard? 

There is no reason to worry. The tests are designed to help identify where children may need extra support as early as possible.

Your child will also receive teacher assessment results which help to give a broader picture of how well they are doing.

If you have any concerns, please speak to your child’s teacher.

Where to go for more information? 

If you have any questions about changes to KS2 assessments and what they mean for your child, please do not hesitate to contact the school.

External sources 

The following source may also be useful for further information:

Scaled scores at KS2, GOV.UK – STA 
https://www.gov.uk/guidance/scaled-scores-at-key-stage-2

Achievement in Reading, Writing and Maths (combined) at the end of KS2 2019
School National
Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard or above (EXS+) 79% 64%
Percentage of pupils achieving the higher score in reading and maths and the greater depth standard in writing (HS/GDS) 24% 11%
Pupil Attainment School EXS+ National School HS/GDS National
Reading 79% 73% 41% 27%
Writing 90% 79% 38% 20%
Maths 90% 79% 52% 27%
Pupil Progress from KS1 to KS2 Progress Score (0.0 = National Average)(Based on 96% eligible pupils)
Reading +1.07
Writing +1.97
Maths +2.91

 

 

KS2 Test Results (All Pupils)

 

Subject Results Year 6 – National Figures in brackets

Reading Expected Standard Greater Depth
2016 90% (66%) 40% (19%)
2017 97% (71%) 53% (24%)
2018 75% (75%) 43% (28%)

 

Writing Expected Standard Greater Depth
2016 90% (74%) 25% (10%)
2017 87% (76%) 40% (18%)
2018 89% (78%) 38% (20%)

 

Maths Expected Standard Greater Depth
2016 95% (70%) 40% (17%)
2017 100% (75%) 40% (23%)
2018 93% (76%) 39% (23%)

 

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Expected Standard Greater Depth
2016 90% (72%) 50% (22%)
2017 93% (77%) 47% (31%)
2018 89% (77%) 50% (34%)

 

Reading, writing and maths Expected Standard Greater Depth
2016 90% (53%) 15% (5%)
2017 83 (61%) 27% (9%)
2018 75% (64%) 25% (10%)

 

 

 

The department of education provides information about the achievement of schools.

You can find the latest information about Church Langton CE Primary School by following this link.

 

 

 

View the pupil premium report

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