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End of Key Stage 2 Results

At the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6), children are assessed by statutory test and teacher assessment to measure their attainment and progress. 2016 was the first year that the new, more challenging National Curriculum 2014 was tested. New tests and assessment criteria have been introduced and levels are no longer reported. Children now receive a scaled score and teacher assessment for reading, writing, mathematics and grammar, punctuation and spelling (GPS).

End of Key Stage 2 Results 2016

In 2016, 47% of our Year 6 pupils reached the expected standard in all three subjects compared to the 2016 national average of 53%.

By subject, our 2016 results for pupils achieving the expected standard or above are:

Reading: 53% (2016 national average: 66%)

Writing: 83% (2016 national average: 74%)

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 57% (2016 national average: 72%)

Maths: 73% (2016 national average: 70%)

The average scaled scores for 2016 are as follows:

Reading: 100 (2016 national average: 103)

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 100 (2016 national average: 104)

Maths: 85 (2016 national average: 103)

By subject, our 2016 results for pupils achieving above the expected standard or above are:

Reading: 13% (2016 national average: 19%)

Writing: 3% (2016 national average: 15%)

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 10% (2016 national average: 23%)

Maths: 3% (2016 national average: 17%)

By subject, the pupil progress scores (measuring the progress from the end of KS1 to the end of KS2) are:

Reading: -4.3 (below national average)

Writing: -1.6 (below national average)

Maths: -3.1 (below national average)