End of Key Stage 1 and 2 tests
Information for parents
End of Key Stage 1 SATs 2017
At the end of Key Stage 1, teachers use teacher assessment judgements to report on the progress of their pupils. These assessment judgements take into account a pupil’s performance in national curriculum tests (often referred to as SATs) in mathematics, English reading and English grammar, punctuation and spelling. Writing results are solely based on teachers’ assessments of pupils’ writing over time.
Below are our 2017 results:
|Met Expected Standard||72%||55%||65%|
|Met Greater Depth Standard||21%||6%||21%|
Previous year’s results:
|Met Expected Standard||69.6%||55%||66%|
End of Key Stage 2 SATs: Attainment 2017
The National expectation for children at the end of Year 6 is to achieve a scaled score of 100 or more. Currently, there is no National measure for pupils working at greater depth in Reading, Mathematics and SPAG; in the table below, pupils achieving a scaled score of over 108 have been considered to be working ‘at greater depth’.
Below is a breakdown of our results for end of KS2 SATs.
|Prince of Wales 2016||Prince of Wales 2017||National
|Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar||Expected||85%||84%||77%|
|Combined Reading, Writing and Mathematics attainment||60%||62%||61%|