|Criteria||2018/2019 % Figures||Half Termly Percentage Figures from 2019/20 (Pre-COVID)|
|Autumn 1||Autumn 2|
Summary of most recent Standards and Achievement Data
|KS1 Greater Depth||Reading||38%|
|Ks1 English & Maths Combined||Expected||89%|
|Combined English and Maths Expected||89%|
|KS2 Greater Depth||Reading||44%|
|Combined English and Maths Greater Depth||20%|
|Average Points Progress KS1 – KS2:||Reading||0.7|
|KS2 Average Scaled Score:||Reading||108|
|Primary Performance Tables|
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What is a Standard Assessment Test (SATs test)?
It is a national test that is taken be all the children in the country at the end of the Key Stage.
Pupils are given an assessment of their attainment (ability) against the national standards in English, Maths and Science at the end of Key Stage 1 and 2. At Key Stage 1 there are tests that teachers use but they are informal.
What are the children tested on?
At KS2 the children are tested on the following:
Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation
Mental Maths Test
Written Maths Test
Science Test (Random selection of schools only)
Key Stage 1 Assessments
In Key Stage 1 the children are tested in Reading and Maths. These assessments take place in an environment the children are familiar with and the children are tested by their teacher. The assessments are informal and the children are assessed either one to one or in small groups.
However, the tests alone do not tell the full picture of children’s attainment. They are used alongside other work that the children have done over the year—to help teachers make their own assessments about your child’s learning. Teacher assessments will be made for Reading, Writing, Maths and Science.
Key Stage 1 Phonics
In Year 1 all children are assessed on their understanding of Phonics. They are assessed one to on by their class teacher. The Phonics Screening Test takes place in June.
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