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Key Stage 2 SATs Results 2017

Progress measures, introduced in 2016, are a type of value added measure, which means that pupils’ results are compared to the actual achievements of other pupils nationally with similar prior attainment in Key Stage One. Most schools’ progress are expected to fall between -5 and +5, with the national average being set at 0.

Our progress results for Writing and Maths were well above average and in the top 10% of schools nationally. Our reading progress was average which represents about 60% of schools nationally.

23 pupils included Reading Writing Maths
School progress Score  +1.44  +3.58  +3.35
Well above national average(about 10% of schools) Yes Yes
About National average(about 10%of schools)
National Average(about 60% of schools) Yes
Below National Average(about 10% of schools)
Well below national average(about 10% of schools)

 

 

The table below shows the attainment and progress of children at West Hill for the academic year 2016-17 in Key Stage 2 compared to the national results.  The data includes two pupils with Statements who did not take the SATs (7.4% of the cohort).

 

2017 – end of year results
KS2 Attainment (27 pupils) School National KS2 Progress(23 pupils) School National
Reading % at expected 63% 71%  Average +1.46 0.0
Reading % at higher level 15% 25%
Reading scaled score average 102.8 104.1
Writing % at expected 78% 76% Well above national average +3.58 0.0
Writing % at higher level 15% 18%
Maths % at expected 63% 75% Well above national average +3.35 0.0
Maths % at higher level 26% 23%
Maths scaled score average 104.5 104.2
RWM % at expected 56% 61%
RWM % at higher level 4% 9%

 

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Key Stage 2 SATs Results 2017

Key Stage 2 SATs Results 2016

The table below shows the attainment and progress of children at West Hill for the academic year 2015-16 in Key Stage 2 compared to the national results.

This data represents the first year in which results are based on the end of year Age Related Expectations and for which the children have been assessed against the new national curriculum.

2016  – end of year results
KS2 Attainment School National KS2 Progress School National
Reading % at expected 52% 66% Average progress in Reading -2.1 0.0
Reading % at higher level 15% 19%
Reading scaled score ave. 99.1 100.6
Writing % at expected 67% 73% Average progress in writing +1.9 0.0
Writing % at higher level 30% 15%
Maths % at expected 67% 70% Average progress in Maths +2.0 0.0
Maths % at higher level 36% 17%
Maths scaled score ave. 104.6 103
RWM % at expected 48% 52%
RWM % at higher level 15% 5%

Attainment figures include a pupil new to the school in Year 6 who did not achieve expected attainment.

The new progress measures, introduced in 2016, are a type of value added measure, which means that pupils’ results are compared to the actual achievements of other pupils nationally with similar prior attainment in Key Stage One. Most schools’ progress measures are expected to fall between -5 and +5, with the national average being set at 0.

 

 

Key Stage 2 SATs Results 2015

Attainment Levels (%)         Read         Write         Maths       Grammar & Spelling

Level 4+                                   92%          92%          88%                     83%

Level 5+                                   40%          16%          32%                     48%

Level 6                                     0%              0%           8%                       0%

% of pupils achieving level 4+ in reading, writing and maths is 88%