SATs Results - July 2016

Click HERE for a detailed breakdown and analysis of SATS Results July 2016

This year’s SATS tests are the first which assess the new, more challenging national curriculum which was introduced in September 2014.

  

The school was exceptionally pleased with the results achieved and despite a lot of uncertainty surrounded the testing regime, we were delighted to see that our results were well above the national average.

Well done to all of the Y6 pupils, teachers and parents for their dedication and hard work that they have shown over the course of the year.

The table below shows the number of pupils meeting or exceeding the age related expectations for the end of Y6.

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

SPAG

R, W, M combined

School Results

85%

87%

92%

90%

74%

National Results

66%

74%

70%

72%

53%

   

 

SATS Results July 2015

This table show the percentage of pupils at the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6) achieving each level in the school in July 2015.

      

 

School

2015

School

2014

Hampshire

2015

% of pupils achieving Level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths combined

85%

79%

83%

 

% of pupils achieving Level 4+ in reading

98%

93%

91%

% of pupils achieving Level 4+ in writing

89%

91%

89%

% of pupils achieving Level 4+ in maths

91%

88%

89%

% of pupils achieving Level 4+ in Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar

91%

69%

80%

 

% of pupils achieving Level 5+ in reading

67%

52%

53%

% of pupils achieving Level 5+ in writing

42%

25%

38%

% of pupils achieving Level 5+ in maths

58%

36%

45%

% of pupils achieving Level 5+ in Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar

56%

43%

55%

 

% of pupils making expected progress (2 levels across the key stage) in each reading

98%

93%

 

% of pupils making expected progress (2 levels across the key stage) in each writing

91%

89%

 

% of pupils making expected progress (2 levels across the key stage) in each maths

89%

82%

 
 

% of pupils making better than expected progress (3 levels progress across the key stage) in reading

25%

27%

 

% of pupils making better than expected progress (3 levels progress across the key stage) in writing

31%

26%

 

% of pupils making better than expected progress (3 levels progress across the key stage) in maths

36%

26%

 

   

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