Key Stage 2 Results

Results 2017

 AS – Achieved the expected standard
NS – Did not achieve the expected standard
B – Working below the level of the test
U – Did not complete the test
 
Reading Grammar Maths
AS 4 AS 5 AS 5
NS 6 NS 5 NS 3
B 1 B 1 B 3
U 1 U 1 U 1

Summary of Scaled Scores

The pass mark for the Scaled Score was 100 however the following table shows the percentage of pupils who were within 5 marks from the pass mark (95 or more):

 

Reading

SPAG

Maths

LG Pupils Achieved (100+)

33%

42%

42%

5 marks away
(95+)

25%

33%

17%

Scaled Score of 95+

58%

75%

58%

 

  Reading SPaG Maths Writing (Teacher Assessment) Combined (Reading, SPaG & Maths)
National 66% 72% 70% 74% 53%
All (12) 33% (4/12) 42% (5/12) 42% (5/12) 25% (3/12) 17% (2/12)

Analysis:

This was the second year of the new SATs tests following the introduction of a more rigorous curriculum in 2014.

The Year 6 cohort consisted of 12 pupils: 10 boys and 2 girls. Of these:

o   9 pupils were entered for the Maths test.

o   11 pupils were entered for the English test.

o   This is consistent with previous years:  

% of Y6 Pupils Entered for SATs

 

2014-15

(14 pupils)

2015-16

(12 pupils)

2016-17

(12 pupils)

English

100%

100%

92%

Maths

64%

75%

75%

 

Two pupils (17%) achieved the pass mark in all three tests (+ Writing)

Pupils performed better in SPAG, in which they are able to rote learn, and Writing.

Pupils found the Reading paper more difficult due to the level of comprehension and inference required and the depth of higher order thinking required from the outset.

Not all pupils who sat papers completed them due to anxiety levels.

KS2 Results 2016

  Reading SPaG Maths
Pupils Achieving Expected SATs Standard 25% 42% 25%
Average Scaled Score SATs 94 97 97
Progress  75% pupils made expected or better progress in English    67% pupils made expected or better progress in Maths

 

Due to the nature of our children, a high level of attainment is not often achieved in reading, writing and maths. High level of attainment for 2016 is 0%.

Laleham Gap School

2015 (%)

(14 Yr 6 Pupils)

 
% Achieving Level 4+ in English & Maths 43  
% Achieving Level 4+ in Reading 64  
% Achieving Level 4+ in Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar (SPaG) 43  
% Achieving Level 4+ in Maths 43  
% Making Expected Progress in Maths (12+ points) 50  
% Making Expected Progress in English (12+ points) 57  
% Achieving Level 5+ in English 14  
% Achieving Level 5+ in Maths 14  
Laleham Gap School

2013 (%)

(12 Yr 6 Pupils)

2014 (%)

(13 Yr 6 Pupils)

% Achieving Level 4+ in English & Maths 42 31
% Achieving Level 4+ in Reading 50 85
% Achieving Level 4+ in Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar (SPaG) 33 46
% Achieving Level 4+ in Maths 50 31
% Making Expected Progress in Maths (12+ points) 50 62
% Making Expected Progress in English (12+ points) 58 77
% Achieving Level 5+ in English 12.5 19
% Achieving Level 5+ in Maths 8.3 15