Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 Results
2016 Attainment Report end of Key Stage 1 Tests (Year 2)
At the end of Key Stage 1 (end of Year 2) children attained the following results
Percentage of children attaining expected levels or higher
|School Result (%)||80%||73%||80%|
|National Result (%)||74%||65%||73%|
Percentage of children attaining ‘greater depth’
|School Result (%)||43%||27%||33%|
|National Result (%)||24%||13%||18%|
2016 Attainment & Progress Report End of Key Stage 2 Tests (Year 6)
In the summer term of 2016, pupils in Year 6 were the first to take the new end of KS2 test papers. These tests in Reading, Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar (SPAG) and Maths reflect the new national curriculum, and are intended to be more rigorous. Levels are no longer awarded to pupils: rather the tests judge whether Year 6 pupils are secondary ready and a scaled score is given. The lowest scaled score that can be awarded is 80 and the highest is 120. A score of 100+ is judged to be the expected end of KS2 standard.
At Christopher Rawlins CE Primary School, we are very pleased with how well our pupils performed and they should be congratulated for the enormous effort and commitment shown throughout their time at primary school.
Year 6 SATs Results 2016 (currently unvalidated) Standardised Scores
|Children at CRPS with 100+||79||69||76||86|
|Children nationally with 100+||66||74||72||70|
|CRPS Average Scaled Score||104.6||103.8||105.5|
|National Average Scaled Score||102.6||104||103.3|
When looking at Reading, Writing and Maths combined, 62% of our pupils managed to achieve the expected standard (53% national result)
7% of pupils managed to achieve what is judged to be a very high score and therefore a high level of attainment across Reading, Writing and Maths (5% nationally)
It is also important to look at the progress pupils make between KS1 and the end of KS2 and compare this with the achievements of other pupils nationally: these are called the progress measures.
Progress scores will be centred around 0, with most schools within the range of -5 to +5.
- A score of 0 means pupils in this school on average do about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.
- A positive score means pupils in this school on average do better at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.
- A negative score means pupils in this school on average do worse at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.
At Christopher Rawlins CE Primary School, our progress measures for this year are as follows:
- Reading -0.83
- Writing -3.5
- Maths -0.1
These progress scores, along with the % of pupils achieving the ‘expected’ standard in the tests, means that at Christopher Rawlins CE Primary School, we are above the Floor Standards or targets set by the government for 2016.
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