SATs are the
tests that the Year 6 children take in May.
These results, along with the Teacher Assessment for writing (there is
no test for writing), are reported and compared to the national average and
other schools around the country.
the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6) are expected to reach at least Age Related
Expectations (ARE) in reading, writing and maths:
ARE = a scaled score of 100+
Higher Standard = scaled score of 110+
As well as
attainment, children’s progress is also measured at the end of Year 6. This is calculated by using their KS1 (Year
2) assessment and seeing if progress is better than expected (+ figure) or not
as expected (- figure).
below, displays the provisional attainment
data – the percentage of children who have attained ARE and the Higher
Standard. Progress data for 2019 reflects average progress, which is more
difficult to achieve for a Junior school.
Our progress measures are better than the Local Authority average for
all three areas, but slightly below the National for reading and writing:
results reflect a pleasing set of results in some areas, especially the fact
that we have performed better than the national average for Combined, Maths and
GPS greater depth.
also compare well to Norfolk’s and DNEAT’s average figures: