This was the first year for the new style SATs for our year 6 children. They were in line with the demands of the New National Curriculum, which is of a higher standard. Key changes include: the new method of reporting results using a scaled score – 100 being the age expected, 110+ being of a higher level.
In addition to this, please note that the Mathematics result is made up of two reasoning papers and an arithmetic paper – not a mental maths paper. The writing results were based on Teacher Assessments using sample material and Local Authority moderating checklists. Comparisons to the school’s data from last year cannot be made as the systems have changed.
|Subject||School attainment 100+
|School Higher attainment
|Subject||School average scaled score||National average scaled scores|
The National for Progress was ‘0’, which indicates that children have made the expected amount of progress. Progress boundaries were suggested as -5 to 5
|Subject||Progress 93% eligible pupils (confidence bands)||Higher attaining pupils|
|Writing||0.0 (-1.5 to 1.5)||-3|