These tests are taken by Year 6 pupils in May each year. SATs tests cover English (Reading Comprehension and GPS - Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling) and Maths (Arithmetic and Reasoning) and are externally marked. Writing is teacher assessed and moderated between schools. Our children’s performance for 2019 appears below. Please note that there is no data for 2020, as these assessments did not take place.
|Average Progress Score||+2.8||+1.8||+2.2|
|Average Scaled Score||109||N/A||109|
|Pupils Achieving Expected Standard||88%||96%||93%|
|Pupils Achieving a High Level of Attainment||51%||33%||48%|
Guide to scores
Progress score: The amount of progress a group of children makes between Year 2 and Year 6 SATs. A positive progress score indicates better progress than a similar group of children on a national level.
Scaled score range: 80–120
Scaled score: 100 is the national standard; over 100 is above the national standard; below 100 is below the national standard.
Expected Standard: a government expectation for pupil performance, calculated retrospectively based on each year's raw scores.
High Level: a government indication of performance at an enhanced standard - scaled score of 110 or above.
For further information please see the booklet below.
Please see below a link to the Schools' Performance information published by the Department for Education