2015-2016 Key Stage 2 SATs Results
|Fundamental changes were made in 2016 to the way children are tested in both KS1 and KS2. This involved the expected standard and above expected standard for a child at the end of year 6 being set at a higher level than under the old system of testing.
Both attainment and progress are now being measured in different ways. There are no longer levels but a scaled score is used with 100 being the expected score a child should reach. Progress measures have been calculated with a system devised to measure against prior attainment under the old system of SATs in KS1. Scores are given for each subject and a confidence interval is used to track whether progress is above, average or below as judged against prior attainment.
|Confidence Interval||-2.8 to +2.2||-4.8 to +0.2||-3.4 to +0.8|
|Progress category of school||Average||Average||Average|
|60% of schools in England||60% of schools in England||60% of schools in England|
Average subject scaled score:
Combined Reading, Writing and Maths meeting expectations: 36% (England average 53%)
Combined Reading, Writing and Maths at a higher standard: 8% (England average 5%)
Link to performance tables: