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The key stage 2 tests are timetabled from Monday 8 May to Thursday 11 May 2017.

 

There is no science sampling for the 2016 to 2017 academic year.

 

 

Date Activity
Monday 8 May 2017 English reading
Tuesday 9 May 2017 English grammar, punctuation and spelling Paper 1: questions
English grammar, punctuation and spelling Paper 2: spelling
Wednesday 10 May 2017 Mathematics Paper 1: arithmetic
Mathematics Paper 2: reasoning
Thursday 11 May 2017 Mathematics Paper 3: reasoning

SAT's results for 2016

The percentage achieving the expected standard or above in reading, writing and mathematics combined was 60%

The average scaled score in reading was 104

The average scaled score in Mathematics was 102.1

 

There were 15 pupils in the 2016 cohort

In reading 12 out of 15 attained a scaled score of 100 or above

In mathematics 8 out of 15 attained a scaled score of 100 or above

In spelling, punctuation and grammar 12 out of 15 attained a scaled score of 100 or above

 

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Attainment in the 2015 KS2 SATs

 

In 2015, we had 16 children in Year 6, all of whom were entered for the Key Stage 2 National Curriculum Tests for Reading, Mathematics and Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation; in line with national and county policy, we made teacher assessments for writing and science, including external moderation.

 

Attainment

 

Reading

L4+:  13/16 (81%)   L5:  4/16 (25%)

 

Writing

L4+: 13/16 (81%)   L5: 4/16 (25%)

 

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

L4+: 13//16 (81%)  L5: 7/16 (43%)

 

Mathematics

L4+: 15/16 (94%) L5: 5/16 (31%)

 

Progress from KS1

2 levels + progress in reading: 14/16 (88%)

2 levels + progress in writing: 16/16 (100%)

2 levels + progress in mathematics: 16/16 (100%)

 

Please note that, in a small school with very small cohorts, percentages are not always helpful.  We strive to ensure that each child makes progress appropriate to their abilities, and keep very careful records of their attainment and achievement in order to plan effectively for their learning.

 

 

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