St Edwards Catholic

KS2 Results 2018

From July 2016, there has been a significant change to the way in which Key Stage 2 results are reported.  As you can, levels are no longer used. Children should meet ‘expected standard’ or higher against a challenging curriculum.

Reading, Writing and Maths combined:

Percentage of children achieving expected standard                         64%                       - National 64%

Number of children achieving a ‘high score’                                         14%                        - National 9%

Reading achievement:

Average scaled score:     106         (National is 105)                               Progress score: -0.1

Percentage of children achieving expected standard                         72%                      - National 72%

Percentage of children achieving high standard                                  39%                        - National 25%

Writing achievement:

There is no scaled score for writing                                                           Progress score: -1.1

Percentage of children achieving expected standard                        84%                       - National 76%

Percentage of children achieving high standard                                 17%                       - National 18%

Maths achievement:

Average scaled score:     106         (National is 104)                               Progress Score: -0.4

Percentage of children achieving expected standard                        80%                       - National 75%

Percentage of children achieving high standard                                  33%                       - National 23%

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling achievement:

Average scaled score:     106.3     (National is 104)                               There is no progress score for GPaS

Percentage of children achieving expected standard                        81%                        - National 77%

Percentage of children achieving high standard                                 34%                        - National 31%

 

Please note the information below, which is taken from the Department for Education website.

Junior schools

We know from national data that pupils at junior schools, on average, have higher attainment scores at the end of key stage 2 than pupils at all other primary schools. However, on average, they also have lower progress scores. This may be for a variety of reasons and should be taken into account when comparing their results to schools which start educating their pupils from the beginning of key stage 1.