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Each year, the children in Year 2 and Year 6 sit national 'SATs' tests. For the academic year 2015/16 the SATs were heavily revised to fit the new National Curriculum (2014) which no longer uses the ‘Levels’ assessment system. This means that it is difficult to draw comparisons with SATs results from previous years.

 

2016/17

The results for 2016/17 have been partially released and are detailed in the table below. The boundary to confirm the 'Greater Depth' standard and progress measures have not been confirmed. The figures in brackets are the preliminary national average figures from all schools in the country:

 

 

Year 6

(2015/16)

Reading

Writing (Teacher Assessed)

Mathematics

Reading, Writing & Maths Combined

English Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling

Pupils working at (or above) the expected standard

78.3%

(71%)

90%

(76%)

85%

(75%)

73.3%

(61%)

87%

(79%)

Pupils achieving a 'higher standard'

-

-

-

- -

The average ‘scaled score’ for all pupils

105.3

(103)

n/a

106.6

(103)

n/a

109.3

(104)

Average Progress

 

 

2015/16 

 

Year 6

(2015/16)

Reading

Writing (Teacher Assessed)

Mathematics

Reading, Writing & Maths Combined

English Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling

Pupils working at (or above) the expected standard

79%

(66%)

85%

(74%)

77%

(70%)

66%

(53%)

79%

(72%)

Pupils achieving a 'higher standard'

19% 

(19%)

19%

(15%)

19%

(17%)

n/a

21%

(23%)

The average ‘scaled score’ for all pupils

105.1

(103)

n/a

103.7

(103)

n/a

105.3

(104)

Average Progress

0.5

0.3

-1.0

n/a

n/a

 

 

Please note:

  • The first row of results shows the proportion of children at Foster’s Primary School who reached the 'Expected Standard' for their age.
  • The second row shows the proportion of pupils who were deemed to have achieved a 'higher standard', (which in general meant scoring at least 110 in the SATS test)
  • The third row shows an average of all children’s ‘scaled scores’ (effectively, their numerical test result). A score of 100 (or above) is considered to be 'at the Expected Standard’
  • The forth row shows the average progress made. For example, a score of -4 this would mean that on average pupils achieved 4 scaled scores less than other pupils nationally with similar starting points
  • The figures in brackets are the preliminary national average figures from all schools in the country

 

We are immensely proud of the effort which every child in the school gives to their learning. The figures above demonstrate that Foster’s Primary School children attain highly; above the national average in all subjects.

 

Further information can be found on the Performance Tables website:

 

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/101451

 

 

Last updated: 7th July 2017 by Stuart Keep

 

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