E nd of Key Stage Two National Test and Teacher Assessment Results (Year Six in 2018 – 2019)

In 2018 – 2019 there were 8 pupils in Year Six, this means that each pupil has a very high percentage per pupil (12.5%) which needs to be considered when reading the results.

 

In 2019 the performance of Year Six children at Downholland Haskayne CE Primary school was:

 

Subject

Percentage performing at

national expectation

Percentage performing at a higher

level (greater depth standard)

 

 

 

 

Reading

63%

 

-

 

GPVS*

50%

 

-

 

Writing

63%

 

-

 

Maths

25%

 

-

 

Science

75%

 

-

 

*Grammar, Punctuation, Vocabulary and Spelling

 

Performance Summary of Scaled Scores and Progress Scores:

 

Scaled Scores

 

Scaled scores are drawn from the raw scores children achieved in the SATs tests in Reading, GPVS and Maths.

 

  • A score of 100 indicates that a pupil has achieved the national standard.
  • A score below 100 indicates that a child is not achieving the national standard.
  • A score in excess of 100 indicates that a child might be performing to a standard that is better than that which is required to meet national expectation.

 

 

Reading scaled score

Maths scaled score

Average scaled score

(mainstream)

97.57

101.32

 

Progress Scores

 

  • A progress score of 0 means that a pupil has performed about as well in KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.
  • A positive progress score means that a pupil has performed better in KS2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally.
  • A negative progress score means that a pupil has performed worse in KS2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally.

 

 

 

Reading progress Score

Writing progress score

Maths progress score

Average progress score

(mainstream)

4.14

1.70

-4.02