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KS2 Results 2014 & 2015

YEAR 6 SATS

At the end of Year 6, children will take national tests (SATS) to assess the level they have achieved in Reading, Writing and Maths. A new test covering Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling was introduced for the first time in 2013.

The ‘age-related expectation’ for a child to achieve is Level 4.

Children also take SATS tests at the end of Year 2. In the four years between Year 2 and Year 6 tests, children are ‘expected’ to make two levels progress EG/ a Level 1 at Year 2 becomes a Level 3 at Year 6; a Level 2a, 2b or 2c at Year 1 becomes a Level 4 at Year 6; a Level 3 at Year 2 becomes a Level 5 at Year 6. Therefore, the tables also show the percentage of children achieving 2 and 3 levels progress.

YEAR 6 SATS RESULTS 2014-2015

Reading Writing Mathematics Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling
% of children achieving Level 4 or better 81% 78% 81% %
% of children achieving Level 5 or better 34% 22% 19% %
% of children achieving expected progress (2 levels) 97% 97% 90%
% of children achieving 3 levels progress 57% 73% 30%

75% of children achieved Level 4 in Reading, Writing and Maths.   Government floor standard is 65%.

YEAR 6 SATS RESULTS 2013-2014

Reading Writing Mathematics Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling
% of children achieving Level 4 or better 83% 67% 75% 63%
% of children achieving Level 5 or better 29% 17% 13% 33%
% of children achieving expected progress (2 levels) 91% 91% 96%
% of children achieving 3 levels progress 54% 57% 29%

YEAR 2 SATs Results

Link to: Department of Education’s Website – School Performance Tables

Link to: Ofsted