At the end of Key Stages 1 and 2, all children in years 2 and 6 sit Statut0ry Assessment Tests (SATs). The way that the results are calculated, changed in 2016 in line with the new National Curriculum and higher expectations.
Children in year 2 are recorded as having met or not met the expected standard in reading, writing and maths. In KS2, the children are recorded as having met or not the standards in reading, writing, grammar, spelling and punctuation, and mathematics. There are also scaled scores for reading, grammar and maths with 100 being the expected standard. These scaled scores relate to the raw scores achieved on the actual tests – in 2017, 100 in reading was equivalent to a raw score of 26, and in 2016 it was equivalent to a raw score of 21.
Progress for KS2 is measured using the children’s KS1 scores which are converted into points and an average of reading, writing and maths is used to plot the expected progress for each child based on the average KS1 score.
Please follow the link below to see this year’s results.