We continue to be delighted with both our pupil progress and attainment results. By the end of Key Stage 2 our pupils are making far more than expected progress when compared to pupils nationally. This means our pupils are reaching and exceeding their full potential and making outstanding progress. Our attainment is above or in line with national average figures for Key Stage 2. This means that all pupils by the end of Key Stage 2 are well equipped to make the transition into their school.

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East-the-Water Primary School

Little Skippers

 

KS2 SATs results

 

This is the first year of the new testing and assessment arrangements for Year 2 and Year 6.  These arrangements reflect the more challenging national curriculum which was introduced in 2014 which provides greater challenge with higher expectations set for the end of KS2. Results therefore cannot be compared with previous years.  However when compared to other schools nationally and across Devon progress in reading, writing and maths is in the top 6% of schools.  We have now been in the top 6% of schools for progress in all subjects for 3 years.

We are delighted with the excellent KS2 results which continue to show that pupils in East-the-Water School make significantly more progress than national average.  We would like to congratulate the children on their achievements this year. 

The results of the SATs are reported as a scaled score where 100 represents the expected standard.  The highest possible score is 120 and the lowest is 80.  Children with a scaled score above 110 are classed as working at a greater depth.   

Children do not receive a scaled score in writing but are awarded a teacher assessed judgement of:

Expected standard:  working at the expected standard for their age

Greater Depth:  working at a greater depth within the expected standard

When progress is calculated the national average is counted as zero.  Any number above zero means that children have made more progress than average, any negative number means that children have made less than average progress.  As you can see below pupils continue to make substantially more progress than national average. 

 

END OF KS2 SATs RESULTS 2016

East-the-Water Primary School

National Average

Reading

Reading - Average progress

3.64

0

Reading - Expected standard

74%

66%

Reading - High Standard

18%

19%

Reading - Average Scaled Score

103.1

102.6

Writing

Writing - Average progress

4.63

0

Writing - Expected standard

87%

74%

Writing - Greater Depth

28%

15%

Maths

Maths - Average progress

2.62

0

Maths - Expected standard

77%

70%

Maths - High Standard

15%

17%

Maths - Average Scaled Score

102.8

103

Reading, writing and maths combined

Reading, Writing, Maths - Expected Standard

64%

53%

Reading, Writing, Maths - High Standard

10%

5%

Other

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar - Expected Standard

74%

72%

Science expected

95%

81%

 

 

Click on this link to view the Department for Education (DfE) website page to see East-the-Water Primary's performance tables for more information.