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KS2 Data 15/16

The way that pupils' progress and attainment is measured and recorded at the end of Year 6 has changed.  Previously the use of levels was the way the information was shared.  Now there is an expectation that when their assessments are marked and compared to others nationally they will achieve at least 100 points to be at expected level.  To achieve RWM expectations the pupils must achieve 100 marks for each of their papers.

 

Progress is measured by comparing pupils from the level they achieved at KS1, comparing the progress they have made at Key Stage 2 with others who had similar outcomes.  This information is presented as a +/- score.  Expected progress would be 0 or above.

KS2 Test Results

Age Related Expectation (ARE)

Reading

Writing

Maths

Combined

GPS

 

No. of pupils

No. of pupils

%

No. of pupils

%

No. of pupils

%

No. of pupils

%

No. of pupils

%

National 2016

--

--

66%

--

74%

--

70%

--

53%

 

 

All pupils

28

14

50

20

71

13

43

9

32%

28

43

Girls

14

9

64

12

85

8

57

4

29%

8

57

Boys

14

5

36

8

57

4

29

5

36%

4

29

Disadvantaged

5

2

40

3

60

1

20

1

20%

2

40

Non-disad.

23

12

52

18

78

11

48

8

35%

11

48

 4% children achieved RWM at higher level

Average scaled score

 

98.6

--

97.9

RM- 98.3

97

Progress measure

 

-3

1.3

-4.5

-3.3

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