Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Voluntary Academy

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Key Stage 2 (KS2) Results

 

KS2 National Curriculum Levels (Year 6) prior to 2016

 

Level 4+

Level 5+

Level 6

Average Points

2012

2013

2014

2015

2012

2013

2014

2015

2013

2014

2015

2012

2013

2014

2015

Reading

94%

89%

100%

88%

39%

39%

45%

24%

0%

0%

0%

29.0

28.3

29.7

 

National

87%

85%

88%

89%

48%

44%

49%

48%

0%

0%

 0%

28.8

28.5

29.0

 

Writing

83%

94%

95%

88%

28%

39%

30%

12%

0%

0%

0%

27.7

29.0

28.5

 

National

81%

83%

85%

87%

28%

30%

33%

36%

2%

2%

 2%

27.3

27.5

27.9

 

SPAG

-

83%

80%

82%

-

33%

50%

59%

0%

0%

0%

-

28.0

28.8

 

National

-

74%

76%

80%

-

47%

52%

56%

0%

4%

 4%

-

28.0

28.6

 

Maths

83%

94%

95%

88%

28%

39%

30%

18%

0%

10%

0%

27.7

29.0

29.1

 

National

84%

84%

88%

87%

39%

41%

42%

42%

6%

9%

 9%

28.4

28.7

29.0

 

Year 6 pupils are expected to achieve Level 4. More able pupils achieve Level 5 with particularly gifted children reaching Level 6.

Children are expected to achieve at least two levels of progress in four years, from Year 2 to Year 6 (for example Level 2 to Level 4). 

 

2 Levels Progress

2012

2013

2014

2015

Reading

100%

77%

100%

88%

National

90%

88%

91%

91%

Writing

100%

88%

100%

94%

National

90%

91%

93%

94%

Maths

76%

88%

95%

81%

National

87%

88%

89%

90%

These results vary significantly from year to year due to the small number in the class. In 2015 each child represents 6%.

 

2016 Results

 

2016 SATs results

School

Expected standard

School

TA

LA TA

National Average

Reading

67%

87.5%

76.2%

66%

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPaG)

75%

 84%

?

72%

Maths

58%

75%

72.8%

70%

Writing (Teacher assessed)

75%

79.2%

75.5%

74%

Combined

58%

83.3%

66.7%

53%

 

This year a completely new system is in place. These test results were below expected standards. Children are expected to score 100 in SATs tests to be at the expected standard. Two children scored 97+ in reading and SPaG, and 5 children scored 98 or 99 in maths. So close! 

However progress made in KS2 is pleasing. Most schools will achieve between -5 and +5.

Our results: Reading -0.3, Writing -1.3, Maths -1.7.

Our small numbers skew this slightly but this indicates that the children have done as well as those with similar prior attainment nationally.  

 

100% of more able pupils attained the higher level in tests indicating that the focus on more able pupil attainment had impact.

 

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