Assessment Results 2019
Year 6 SATs:
The Year 6 pupils again sat revised and more challenging tests in 2019 in Maths, Reading and Spelling/Grammar/Punctuation plus teacher assessments in Writing and Science based on the new national Curriculum which was introduced in 2014. The pupils are no longer given levels but a standardised score ranging from 80-120 where 100 is the expected standard and 110+ represents working at greater depth. The figures below are the percentages of pupils who reached or exceeded the expected standard with the national figures for comparison. We have also included the average scaled score (100 is the expected standard) and Progress Score (should be between -5.0 and +5.0).
|National Figure||Reached Higher Standard||National Figure||Average Scaled Score||National Figure||Progress Score|
|Spelling Punctuation Grammar||88%||78%||44%||tba||108||106||tba|
Targets for 2020:
85% of the pupils to achieve a standardised score of 100+.
85% to make expected progress in all subjects.
25% of pupils to make better than expected progress in all subjects.
Year 3, 4 and 5 Assessments:
We assessed the other pupils using the new NFER Assessments in Maths, Reading and Writing which again reflect the new curriculum. Again the pupils are no longer given a level but a standardised score (here ranging from 70-140) where 100 is the expected standard and 125+ is mastery level. The figures below are the percentage of pupils who reached or exceeded the expected standard plus the average score for each year group in Maths and Reading.
Year 3 – Maths = 91% (average 114), Reading = 84% (average 113), Writing = 70%
Year 4 – Maths = 90% (average 115), Reading = 92% (average 116), Writing = 75%
Year 5 – Maths = 89% (average 116), Reading = 95% (average 119), Writing = 79%