End KS2 SATs results and progress from KS1 to KS2
Up to and including 2015, children at the end of both key stages (in Year 2 and Year 6) have taken SATs (Standard attainment Tasks) at the end of the spring term. Up to 2015, SATs were marked and a level score was given. It was expected that at the end of KS1 most children would attain Level 2, and at the end of KS2 most children would attain Level 4 in maths, reading and writing. Children were expected to make at least 2 levels progress between the end of KS2 (Year 6).
KS1 SATs are different to KS2 in that the children are assessed on various tasks in the maths, reading and writing; in KS2, children sit formal test in exam conditions in maths, reading and writing.
In September 2014 a new national curriculum was introduced, and 2015 was the last time SATs would be marked in levels. This year when Year 2 and Year 6 take SATs, their scores will be scaled scores, the average of which will be calculated to achieve a progress score for each child and the school.
In 2015 our SATs results were as follows:
End of KS1
Maths 69% L2B+ 7% L3 (3 Children)
Reading 61.9% L2B+ 7% (1 Child)
Writing 47.6% L2B+ 7% (3 Children)
End of KS2
2 Levels in progress in:
Maths 69% Reading 96% Writing 77%
L4+ M,R,W 77%
L5 Maths 36.4% Reading 31.8% Writing 4.5%