Key Stage 2

At the end of Year 6 children are required to take End of Key Stage Tests and Assessments (often referred to as SAT’s). These are compulsory national tests which reflect the National Curriculum for English and Maths. From the summer of 2016, the tests became more rigorous and the government introduced a new marking and grading scheme.

Outcomes from the KS2 SAT testing in May 2019 are as follows:

Subject Attainment

% of pupils achieving expected standard and the National average
SubjectSchoolNational
Reading 78%73%
Writing78%78%
Mathematics76%79%
Combined (Reading, Writing, Mathematics)77%78%
Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling (GPS) 77%78%
% of pupils achieving the higher standard and the National average)
SubjectSchoolNational
Reading 25%27%
Writing19%20%
Mathematics21%27%
Combined (Reading, Writing, Mathematics)6%11%
Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling (GPS) 40%36%

Average Scaled Score

100 represents the expected scaled score for an ‘average pupil’
SubjectAverage Scaled Score
Reading104.1
Mathematics103.7
Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling (GPS) 105.9

Average progress from KS1 to KS2

0 represents expected progress for an ‘average cohort’
SubjectProgress
Reading+1.5
Writing+1.3
Mathematics-0.1

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Key Stage 3

The school uses nationally recognised standardised test to measure outcomes at the end of KS3 (Year 8). Historic outcomes from the end of KS3 testing are as follows:

Subject Attainment

An age-related standard score for a pupil is 100
Subject2016201720182019
English98.1101.2100.7100.1
Mathematics100.6101.7100.4100.1
Science100.5104.5100.3102.6

Subject Progress

% of children making expected, or better than expected, entry to exit progress
SubjectExpected Progress More than Expected Progress
English80%46%
Mathematics95%87%
Science85%67%