Key Stage 2 Attainment and Progress Measures

Pupil Outcomes - Attainment and Progress

The new National Curriculum has been taught in all maintained primary schools in England since September 2014. Those pupils who were at the end of KS1 and KS2 in May 2016 were the first to be assessed against the new National Curriculum using a new assessment system. This means that the results this year are not comparable to previous years. Below you will find the 2016 results compared to the National Average. Further down the page, you can also find previous results based on the old curriculum.

 National Curriculum Test Results 2016

End of KS2

 

2016

National

Difference

% of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics.

 

68%

 

53%

 

+15%

% of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading

 

81%

 

66%

+15%

% of pupils achieving the expected standard in writing

 

81%

 

74%

+7%

% of pupils achieving the expected standard in mathematics

 

81%

 

70%

11%

% of pupils achieving the expected standard in grammar punctuation and spelling

 

84%

 

72%

 

+12%

 

 

2016

National

Difference

Average scaled score in reading

 

106

 

103

 

 

+3

Average scaled score in mathematics

 

105

 

 

103

 

 

+2

Average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling

 

108

 

104

 

+4

 

Progress scores are presented as positive and negative numbers either side of zero. A score of 0 means pupils in this school, on average, do as well at key stage 2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally. A positive score means on average more progress than similar pupils nationally and a negative score means on average less progress than similar pupils nationally. In all subjects children at St. Mary’s make more than expected progress compared with other schools nationally.

 

 

2016

Average progress in reading

 

2.4

Average progress in writing

 

0.2

 

Average progress in Mathematics

 

1.3

 

Summary of pupils’ performance in 2015 Tests compared with National averages.

 

The expectation for most 11 year olds is to achieve a Level 4 at the end of Year 6. Bold text indicates that St. Mary’s School is above the national average.

 

 Level 4+ Results for KS2

 Pupils

 St Mary's

 National

 Reading (Test)

 32

 100%

 89%

 Writing (Teacher Assessment)

 32

 100%

 85%

Mathematics (Test)

 32

 100%

 86%

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (Test)

 32

 100%

 76% 

 At St Mary’s School all our pupils achieved Level 4 and many achieved a Level 5 or 6 which is above expectations at this age. Bold text indicates that St. Mary’s School is above the national average.

 

 Level 5+ Results for KS2

 Pupils

 St Mary's

 National

 Reading (Test)

 32

 59

 49%

 Writing (Teacher Assessment)

 32

 50%

 33%

Mathematics: Proportion of pupils (Test)

 32

 63%

 42%

 Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (Test)

 32

 71%

 52%

 

 Level 6 Results for KS2

 Pupils

 St Mary's

 National

 Reading (Test)

 32

 6

 0%

 Writing (Teacher Assessment)

 32

 9%

 2%

Mathematics: Proportion of pupils (Test)

 32

 16%

 9%

 Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (Test)

 32

 16%

 4%

All pupils are expected to make 2 levels of progress from the end of Year 2 to the end of Year 6.  Bold text indicates that St. Mary’s School is above the national average.

 

 

St Mary’s

National

Reading

1 level of progress

0%

 

2 levels of progress

100% 

91%

3+ levels of progress

52% 

35%

Writing

1 level of progress

0%

 

2 levels of progress

100% 

93%

3+ levels of progress

59%

33%

Mathematics

1 level of progress

0%

 

2 levels of progress

100% 

89%

3+ levels of progress

52% 

35%