Parental Information - Assessment           

Key Stage 2 Assessment Information - 2015

The results in in the box on the right are  for the nine children who took their End of Key Stage 2 SATs in May 2015.

 

We had  12 pupils on roll, so each pupil represents 8.5%.

 

The figures in red show the percentage of pupils achieving each measure in all schools in England.

 

Assessments in Reading, Maths and English Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation are externally marked tests.

 

The Assessment in writing is marked by staff in school and moderated by a Local Authority writing moderator.

 

Level 4 is the expected level of achievement. Level 5 is a better than expected level of achievement

 

Children should make two levels of progress in Key Stage 1 - between the end of Year 2 and the End of Year 6.

Reading

 75% achieved Level 4 or higher  (89%)

 75% achieved Level 4b or higher (80%)

 33% achieved Level 5 or higher  (49%)

 83% made 2 Levels progress or better (91%)

 

 Writing

 100% achieved Level 4 or higher  (85%)

 22% achieved Level 5 or higher  (33%)

 89% made 2 Levels progress or better  (93%)

 

 Maths

 75% achieved Level 4 or higher  (87%)

 58% achieved Level 4b or higher (77%)

 25% achieved Level 5 or higher  (41%)

 100% made 2 Levels progress or better  (90%)

 

 English, Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation

 67% achieved Level 4 or higher  (80%)

 58% achieved Level 4b or higher (73%)

 33% achieved Level 5 or higher  (56%)

 

 Reading, Writing and Maths combined

 100% achieved Level 4 or higher in all threee subjects (79%)

 22% achieved Level 5 or higher in all three subjects (24%)

 89% made 2 Levels of progress or better in all three subjects

Key Stage 2 Assessment Information - 2014

The results in in the box on the right are  for the nine children who took their End of Key Stage 2 SATs in May 2014 (each pupil represents 11%). The figures in red show the percentage of pupils achieving each measure in all schools in England.

 

Assessments in Reading, Maths and English Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation are externally marked tests.

 

The Assessment in writing is marked by staff in school and moderated by a Local Authority writing moderator.

 

Level 4 is the expected level of achievement. Level 5 is a better than expected level of achievement

 

Children should make two levels of progress in Key Stage 1 - between the end of Year 2 and the End of Year 6.

Reading

 100% achieved Level 4 or higher  (89%)

 56% achieved Level 5 or higher  (49%)

 100% made 2 Levels progress or better (91%)

 

 Writing

 100% achieved Level 4 or higher  (85%)

 22% achieved Level 5 or higher  (33%)

 89% made 2 Levels progress or better  (93%)

 

 Maths

 100% achieved Level 4 or higher  (86%)

 56% achieved Level 5 or higher  (42%)

 100% made 2 Levels progress or better  (89%)

 

 English, Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation

 89% achieved Level 4 or higher (76%)

 67% achieved Level 5 or higher  (52%)

 

 Reading, Writing and Maths combined

 100% achieved Level 4 or higher in all threee subjects (79%)

 22% achieved Level 5 or higher in all three subjects (24%)

 89% made 2 Levels of progress or better in all three subjects