SATs Results

 

END OF KEY STAGE 1 RESULTS JULY 2016

 

The following table shows the attainment of children at end of Key Stage 1 for our school.

There were 118 children eligible for assessment. This table demonstrates the outstanding attainment of our pupils and how they have risen to the challenging targets, set for them by the school, with a significant number of them working at greater depth within the standard.

 

Figures may not total 100% because of rounding

 

Teacher Assessment Results 2016

 

% HNM

% BLW

%PKF

% WTS

% EXS

% GDS

% D

Reading

 

1

2

13

45

40

0

Writing

 

3

3

21

52

23

0

Maths

 

1

2

14

55

28

0

Science

13

 

 

 

87

 

0

HNM-Has not met the required standard for most 7-year-olds

BLW-Below the standard of the pre-key stage – to be reported with P-scales or NOTSEN as appropriate

PKF-Pre-key stage foundation

WTS-Working towards the expected standard

EXS-Working at the expected standard

GDS-Working at greater depth at the expected standard

D-Disapplied

 

We cannot compare to previous years’ results as the curriculum and assessments were very different from this years’.

Results this year continue to be well above national averages in all subject areas. The figures we predicted in the autumn term were fairly close to actual final teacher assessments in terms of EXS and GDS.

Overall we are really pleased with our pupils’ attainment across all areas of the curriculum with new more rigorous curriculum expectations. Reading particularly at GDS is high.

 

National Figures for 2016

 

National Results 2016

% EXS

% GDS

Reading

74.1

23.6

Writing

65.5

13.3

Maths

72.6

17.8

Science

81.8

 

 

What are SATS?


SATS (Standard Assessment Tests) are given at the end of Year 2. They are used to show your child's progress compared with other children born in the same year.

Key Stage 1 - SATs take place in Year 2 (at the end of infants) throughout May. Each child is teacher assessed inReading, Writing (including spelling and handwriting), Maths (including number, shape, space and measurement) and Science. Your child's class teacher will set short pieces of work in English and Maths to judge what level of ability your child is considered to be.