Early Years Foundation Stage- Reception Results and
Three Year Trend
Good level of development
Children achieving a good level of development (GLD) are those achieving at least the expected level within the following areas of learning: communication and language; physical development; personal, social and emotional development; literacy and mathematics. These are the early learning goals.
KS1 SATS Results and Three Year Trend
Year 1 Phonics Screening Check Results and Three Year Trend
All pupils nationally needed to gain 32 marks out of 40 to pass the Screening Check– in 2019 our pupils on average gained 34 marks.
Year 2 Phonic Screening Check Retakes Results and Three Year Trend
All pupils nationally needed to gain 32 marks out of 40 to pass the Year 2 Retake Screening Check– in 2019 6 pupils needed to retake the test on average they gained 35 marks out of 40.
KS2 Average Scaled Scores
What is an average scaled score?
Tests are developed to the same specification each year. However, because the questions must be different, the difficulty of tests may vary. This means the total number of marks a pupil gets in a test (their ‘raw’ score) is converted into a scaled score to ensure that comparisons of performance over time are accurate. This conversion is calculated automatically by the Standards and Testing Agency, not by the school.
Pupils scoring at least 100 will have met the expected standard on the test.
Average scaled scores are for reading and maths, not writing.
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