2016 Outcomes

This year saw the introduction of the new, more challenging tests at the end of year 6, reflecting the higher expectations of the new National Curriculum.

The Department for Education has released a statement about the new tests;

‘The 2016 key stage 2 assessments are the first which assess the new, more challenging national curriculum which was introduced in 2014. The expected standard has also been raised to be higher than the old level 4. As a result, figures for 2016 are not comparable to those in earlier years.’

Click here to see outcomes for 2015 under the old curriculum.

KS2 SATs results

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Children with a high level of attainment in KS2 SATs

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Average Scaled Score in KS2 SATs

The expected standard for each child to reach is a scaled score of 100 which has been raised to a higher level than the old level 4 to match the new curriculum expectations. Each pupil receives their test results as a scaled score. Below is the average scaled score for pupils at Wilbury compared to the national score.

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Average Progress KS1 to KS2

A child making the national average progress from KS1 to KS2 would receive a score of 0 (zero) for progress. A score above 0 means that the child has made better than average progress whilst a score below 0 means that they have made less than expected progress. An average of all the progress scores for individual children is taken to give the progress scores for the school in each subject.

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KS1 SATs results

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Year 1 Phonics result

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End of Reception (EYFS) outcomes
Percentage of children at or above expected

End of reception outcomes