SATS Results

You can access the DfE Schools Performance Tables here.

EXS = Meeting the Expected Standard

GDS = Working at Greater Depth

SubjectSchool 2017National 2017

National 2016

Reading

(Up from 54% in 2016)

EXS: 65%

GDS: 15%

EXS: 71%

GDS: 19%

Reading

Disadvantaged

EXS: 69%

GDS: 8% *

EXS: 71%

GDS: 23%

Reading OtherEXS: 63%

GDS: 17%

EXS: 71%

GDS: 23%

   
WritingEXS: 80%

GDS: 25%

EXS: 76%

GDS: 15%

Writing DisadvantagedEXS: 69% 9/13 **

GDS: 8% 1/13 ***

EXS: 79%

GDS: 18%

Writing OtherEXS: 85%

GDS: 29%

EXS: 77%

GDS: 18%

   
MathsEXS: 80%

GDS: 28%

EXS: 75%

GDS: 17%

Maths DisadvantagedEXS: 69%

GDS: 16% ****

EXS: 75%

GDS: 20%

Maths OtherEXS: 83%

GDS: 31%

EXS: 75%

GDS: 20%

   
GrammarEXS: 82%

GDS: 34%

EXS: 77%

GDS: 22%

Grammar DisadvantagedEXS: 69%

GDS: 8%

EXS: 78%

GDS: 27%

Grammar OtherEXS: 85%

GDS: 40%

EXS: 78%

GDS: 27%

   
Combined R,W,MEXS: 58%

GDS: 14%

EXS: 61%

GDS: 5%

Combined R,W,M

Disadvantaged

EXS: 62%

GDS: 8%

EXS: 39%

GDS: 2%

Combined R,W,M

Other

EXS: 58%

GDS: 15%

EXS: 60%

GDS: 7%

 

* 3 pupils got a L3 reading at KS1 (2 a surprise); 1 child achieved GDS.

** The pupils who could realistically get EXS in writing did so. The 4 remaining would not have, and had an average 1A KS1 score.

*** 0 pupils got a L3 writing at KS1; 1 child achieved GDS.

**** 1 pupil got a L3 maths at KS1; 2 pupils achieved GDS.

Average Scaled Score

SubjectSchool 2017National 2017
Reading102.7103
Grammar107.1106
Maths105.0104

 

This year, the government raised the bar in terms of expectation for Year 6 pupils. The tests as a result were challenging. We believe that our teacher assessment results most accurately reflect what our pupils have achieved this year.

Meeting Expected Standard

SubjectSchool 2016National 2016School Teacher Assessment resultsHampshire

2016

Reading54%65%82%71%
Writing79%74%79%

GD: 23%

80%
Grammar 71%72%74%
Maths63%70%81.5%71%
Combined R,W, M51%53%68%58%

The Average Scaled Score 2016

Each child’s total score in each subject gets converted into a number which is between 80 and 120. This is called a scaled score. The government have set the bar very high, and would like Year 6 pupils to get a scaled score of at least ‘100’. They are calling this the expected standard. Remember, levels such as 4a or 5c are not used anymore. We are extremely proud of what our pupils have achieved in class throughout the year. We also believe that they did their very best in what were very difficult tests.

SubjectSchool 2016National 2016
Reading100.5103
Grammar Punctuation Spelling103.7104
Maths102.8103

We’re really proud of our Year 6 pupils, who this year topped our SATs results against the previous year! Well done!

KFJS results are higher than school and national 2014
KFJS results are higher in either school or national 2014, but not both.
 

Level

2013

2014

2015

2014 National Averages

Reading

4+

93

88

          93

89

4b+

80

72

80

78

5

38

41

37*

49

APS

28.7

28.4

28.5 *

29.0

Writing

4+

85

84

92

85

5

27

26

41

33

APS

27.6

27.3

28.9

27.9

Maths

4+

98

90

93

86

4b+

82

79

80

76

5

33

40

46

42

6

2

2

12

9

APS

29.0

28.7

29.8

29.0

English Grammar Punctuation and Spelling

4+

82

72

91

76

4b+

63

62

83

68

5+

37

43

59

52

6+

5

4

Rearing, Writing and Maths combined

4+

82

81

88

79

4b+

67

67

71

 

5

20

16

29

24

APS

28.6

28.3

29.1

28.7

* 5 children were 1 mark off a L5, and had regularly been achieving L5 in practice tests. 2 children were 2 marks off a L5, and had at times achieved L5 in practice tests. These 7 children would take us to 49% L5+.

Progress

 

 

2013

2014

2015

2014 National Averages

Reading

2 Levels

91

93

91

91

3 Levels

21

25

20*

35

Writing

2 Levels

91

93

91

93

3 Levels

14

25

31

33

Maths

2 Levels

93

91

93

89

3 Levels

17

26

37

35

* As above for reading. If 5 of the children had got L5, this would result in 30% achieving 3L, and increasing APS.

The DfE Performance Tables can be found here.