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Key Stage Two 2016-2017

 

For each of the tests, children were awarded a ‘raw’ score (the number of marks gained) and this was converted to a ‘scaled’ score. Scaled scores range between 80 and 120, with 100 representing the expected standard in each test. Children receiving a scaled score of 100 or more are working at or above the expected standard in the subject.

 

 

   Average Progress

Average Scaled Scores

% of children achieving the expected standard

% of children achieving the higher standard/score

Reading

4.6

111

90% (71%)

50% (25%)

Writing

-2.9

-

70% (76%)

20% (18%)

Maths

-0.9

107

70% (75%)

20% (23%)

SPaG

-

105

80% (77%)

30% (31%)

National data in brackets

 

RWM

School

 60%

National

61%

 

Key Stage Two 2015-2016

 

As this was the first year of the new tests, the results will look different from those of previous years and cannot be directly compared with them. This is because the new curriculum is significantly more challenging than before with higher expectations of achievement for pupils. The previous levels are not comparable with scaled scores.

For each of the tests, children were awarded a ‘raw’ score (the number of marks gained) and this was converted to a ‘scaled’ score. Scaled scores range between 80 and 120, with 100 representing the expected standard in each test. Children receiving a scaled score of 100 or more are working at or above the expected standard in the subject.

 

 

Cohort (7)

School 2016

National 2016

Reading

71%

66%

Writing

43%

74%

Maths

86%

70%

SPaG

86%

72%

 

Key Stage One 2015-2016

 

Cohort (14)

School 2016

National 2016

Reading

86%

74%

Writing

71%

66%

Maths

79%

73%

 

For more information on our schools performance and results please view our DfE performance page dashboard using the link below.
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