SATs 2015

2015 KEY STAGE 2 SATS RESULTS/ASSESSMENTS

Our 2015 KS2 Performance Tables can be found on the Department for Education website. However, the figures are summarized below:

Attainment in Reading, Writing and Maths Combined

  • 83% of children achieved level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths combined (2015 national average: 80%)
  • 75% of children achieved level 4b in reading and maths and level 4+ in writing combined (2015 national average: 69%)
  • 31% of children achieved level 5 in reading, writing and maths combined
    (2015 national average: 24%)

Attainment in Reading

  • 89% of children achieved level 4 or above in reading
    (2015 national average: 89%)
  • 66% of children achieved level 5 in reading
    (2015 national average: 48%)
  • National figure for level 6 in reading: 0%

Attainment in Writing

  • 89% of children achieved level 4 or above in writing
    (2015 national average: 87%)
  • 49% of children achieved level 5 or above in writing
    (2015 national average: 36%)
  • 3 children 5% achieved a level 6 in writing
    (2015 national average: 2%)

Attainment in Mathematics

  • 86% of children achieved level 4 or above in maths
    (2015 national average: 87%)
  • 45% of children achieved level 5 or above in maths
    (2015 national average: 42%)
  • 5 children 8% achieved a level 6 in maths
    (2015 national average: 9%)

Attainment in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPAG)

  • 86% of children achieved level 4 or above in SPAg
    (2015 national average: 80%)
  • 62% of children achieved level 5 or above in SPAg
    (2015 national average: 56%)
  • 3 children 5% achieved a level 6 in SPAg
    (2015 national average not available yet)

Expected progress (2 levels progress from end of Key Stage 1 to end of Key stage 2):

  • 92% of children achieved at least 2 levels progress in reading
    (2015 national average: 91%)
  • 98% of children achieved at least 2 levels progress in writing
    (2015 national average: 94%)
  • 85% of children achieved at least 2 levels progress in maths
    (2015 national average: 90%)

Greater than expected progress

(3 levels or more progress from end of Key Stage 1 to end of Key Stage 2):

  • 43% of children achieved at least 3 levels of progress in reading
    (2015 national average: 33%)
  • 46% of children achieved at least 3 levels of progress in writing
    (2015 national average: 36%)
  • 25% of children achieved at least 3 levels of progress in maths
    (2015 national average: 34%)

Main Headlines

Outcome measures in all subjects show an upward trend from 2014.

Attainment in reading, writing and SPAG is very impressive, well above national averages.

Attainment and progress in maths is now the key issue to address.

End of Key Stage 2 SATS Outcomes for Year 6 Pupil Premium cohort 2014/15

14 children in Year 6 were in receipt of pupil premium funding for the academic year 2014/15.

Attainment:

  • 64% pupils entitled to pupil premium achieved combined level 4+ in mathematics, reading and writing.
  • 71% pupils entitled to pupil premium achieved level 4+ in maths.
  • 71% pupils entitled to pupil premium achieved level 4+ in reading.
  • 71% pupils entitled to pupil premium achieved level 4+ in writing.
  • 14% pupils entitled to pupil premium achieved level 5 mathematics, reading and writing.
  • 29% pupils entitled to pupil premium achieved level 5 in maths.
  • 57% pupils entitled to pupil premium achieved level 5 in reading.
  • 29% pupils entitled to pupil premium achieved level 5 in writing.
  • 43% pupils entitled to pupil premium achieved level 4+ in grammar, punctuation and spelling.

Progress:

  • 12/14 children (86%) entitled to pupil premium achieved expected progress in reading (at least 2 levels progress from the end of key stage 1).
  • 7/14 children (50%) entitled to pupil premium achieved greater than expected progress in reading (3 levels progress or more from the end of key stage 1) - this represents impressive progress and exceeds the proportion of non- pupil premium children in school and nationally who achieved greater than expected progress in reading.
  • 14/14 children (100%) entitled to pupil premium achieved at least 2 levels progress in writing from the end of key stage 1.
  • 4/14 children (29%) entitled to pupil premium achieved greater than expected progress in writing (3 levels progress or more from the end of key stage 1).
  • 11/14 children (79%) entitled to pupil premium achieved expected progress in maths (at least 2 levels progress from the end of key stage 1).
  • 2/14 children (14%) entitled to pupil premium achieved greater than expected progress in maths (3 levels progress or more from the end of key stage 1).

Well done!

Many congratulations to the Y6 children for their efforts and achievements.

How did we do in previous years?

Previous years' results are also available to view: