2022 Key Stage Results

Key Stage 2 SATs Results July 2022

Year 6 children sat the first set of statutory tests this summer since July 2019. Although these results will not be officially published in any performance measures, we are so incredibly proud of how hard our Year 6 children worked all in year in order to achieve some fantastic results that we wanted to publish them and congratulate the children publicly. Our thanks also go to our wonderful staff who have supported the children over the last two years of uncertainty. 

In order for Key Stage 2 (Year 6) children to achieve the Expected Standard, they must reach a Scaled Score of 100 or more in each test. A Scaled Score of 110 or more means that a child has achieved a high level of attainment. Here are our results for the academic year 2021/22:

Key Stage 2 Test Results % Achieving a Scaled Score of 100+ % Achieving a Scaled Score of 110+
Reading 89% 53%
Writing (Teacher Assessments) 95% 37%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 95% 47%
Maths 74% 58%
Reading, Writing and Maths Combined 74% 21%

2019 Key Stage Results

Please see the below tables for information on our 2019 end of Key Stage results. Due to COVID-19, the 2019 results are our latest set of performance measures.

 

School Data Dashboard

Please click on the link below to find out further information on our 2019 data sets and relevant School Performance.

Early Years Foundation Stage Profile

In 2019, 80% of our children achieved a Good Level of Development (GLD) by the end of their time in Reception Class.

Year 1 Phonics Check

In 2019, 83% of our children achieved the national expectation of reading 32/40 words correctly in the Phonics Check.

SATs Results 2019

All children in the country take statutory assessments in Years 2 and 6 because these years are at the end of a Key Stage. Year 2 teachers then use these scores along with evidence from children's work to give a 'Teacher Assessment' judgement as to whether they have reached the Expected Standard. In order for Key Stage 2 (Year 6) children to achieve the Expected Standard, they must reach a Scaled Score of 100 or more in each test. A Scaled Score of 110 or more means that a child has achieved a high level of attainment. Here are our results for the academic year 2018/19:

Key Stage 1 Teacher Assessments Expected Standard + Greater Depth
Reading 73% 23%
Writing 70% 17%
Maths 73% 23%
Reading, Writing and Maths Combined 70% 17%
Key Stage 2 Test Results Scaled Score of 100+ Scaled Score of 110+
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 89% 22%
Reading 70% 22%
Writing (Teacher Assessed) 81% 11%
Maths 81% 15%
Reading, Writing and Maths Combined 67% 7%

Average Scaled Scores

Progress Scores

A progress score is created for Reading, Writing and Maths to show how much progress has been made by children from the end of Key Stage 1 (Year 2) to the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6). If expected progress has been made, the score is 0. Please see our progress scores for the academic year 2018/19 below.

Reading 0.9
Writing -0.5
Maths 0.3
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