End of Key Stage 2 Performance Data

At the end of Y6, pupils take tests called the SATs. These are undertaken by most Y6 children across the country. Results are reported as the percentage of pupils attaining at the expected level and the percentage of pupils attaining at a higher level. Progress measures are also included which show progress from Y2 to Y6.

End of Key Stage 2 (Y6) Performance Data 2022-2023

Our performance data at the end of Y6 in 2022-2023 is as follows:

Percentage of pupils achieving at least the expected standard in…

Reading 63%

Writing 52%

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 60%

Maths 60%

Percentage of pupils achieving a higher standard in…

Reading 25%

Writing 0%

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 22%

Maths 17%

Progress scores…

Reading -1.69

Writing -5.05

Maths -2.42

Average scaled scores…

Reading 104

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 102

Maths 102

Historical Performance Data 2021/2022

2011/2022 Percentage of pupils achieving at least the expected standard National average Percentage of pupils achieving a higher standard National average  Progress scores  Average scaled scores
Reading  80% 74% 21% 28% -0.2 104.5
Writing  77% 69% 10% 13% -0.7  
Maths  80% 71% 23% 22% +0.4 104.4
GPS  75% 72% 29% 28% n/a  Column 7 Value 4

Please note that there is no performance data for 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic

Historical Performance Data 2018/2019

2018/2019 Percentage of pupils achieving at least the expected standard National average  Percentage of pupils achieving a higher standard National average Progress scores Average scaled scores
Reading  65% 73% 27% 27% -0.5 104.2
Writing  77% 78% 17%   -0.2  
Maths  76% 79% 18% 27% -1.0 103.5
GPS  82% 78% 26% 36% n/a  

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