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Key Stage Two SATs Results 2017

 

Percentage of pupils who achieving the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Mathematics: 21%

Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in Reading, Writing and Mathematics: 0%

Percentage of Pupils achieving the expected standard in Reading: 34%

Percentage of Pupils achieving the expected standard in Writing: 66%

Percentage of Pupils achieving the expected standard in Grammar Punctuation and Spelling: 66%*

Percentage of Pupils achieving the expected standard in Mathematics: 59%

Average Scaled Score in Reading: 95.86

Average Scaled Score in Grammar Punctuation and Spelling: 100.34

Average Scaled Score in Mathematics: 100.52

Reading Progress Score: -3.0* (to achieve floor targets in reading schools must be above -5)

Writing Progress Score: +1.7 (to be above floor targets in writing schools must be above -7)

Mathematics Progress Score: +1.1 (to be above floor targets in maths schools must be above -5)

*School was successful in having three papers remarked in reading and one paper remarked in Grammar Punctuation and Spelling (GPS). This should mean that the progress score for Reading should be slightly improved, whilst the percentage of children achieving the expected standard in GPS is expected to rise from 59% to 62%

For a school to meet floor targets in progress, all three of three of the above targets must be met. St. Anne’s have therefore met floor targets in 2017.

The progress made by St. Anne’s Pupils in Writing and Mathematics is above National Averages. 

 

 

 


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