End of Key Stage 2 Assessments

Key Stage 2 school and national level results 2015

The tables below shows the percentage of year 6 children achieving each level in the school in 2015 compared to national end of Key Stage 2 teacher assessment levels and test results. The shaded sections of the tables represent 2014 national teacher assessment data. The number of children assessed at the end of Key Stage 2 was 102. These assessments have been rounded, therefore figures may not total 100 per cent.

Teacher assessment results

W

1

2

3

4

5

6

Pupils absent

Pupils disapplied

English

0

0

1

3

47

48

1

0

0

English - NATIONAL

1

1

2

9

47

39

2

0

0

Speaking and listening

0

0

1

4

52

43

0

0

0

Speaking and listening - NATIONAL

1

1

2

10

48

38

2

0

0

Reading

0

0

1

1

25

70

3

0

0

Reading - NATIONAL

1

1

2

8

40

46

3

0

0

Writing

0

0

1

8

57

31

3

0

0

Writing - NATIONAL

1

1

3

11

52

31

2

0

0

Mathematics

0

0

2

5

33

53

7

0

0

Mathematics - NATIONAL

1

0

2

9

44

36

8

0

0

Science

0

0

1

6

40

53

0

0

0

Science - NATIONAL

1

0

2

9

49

38

0

0

0



Test results

Below Level 3**

3

4

5

6

Pupils absent

Pupils not entered

English grammar, punctuation and spelling*

2

17

36

43

2

0

0

English grammar, punctuation and spelling* - NATIONAL

6

18

24

49

4

0

3

Reading

1

2

41

56

0

0

0

Reading - NATIONAL

5

6

39

50

0

0

3

Mathematics

2

9

44

36

9

0

0

Mathematics - NATIONAL

4

10

44

33

9

0

3


* - The English grammar, punctuation and spelling test draws its content from parts of each attainment target in English. In the National Curriculum a level is awarded against a whole attainment target or subject. Therefore, the result awarded in this test is indicative of a child working at the level reported rather than a true National Curriculum level as for other tests.
** - Represents children who were not entered for the tests because they were working below level 3 in English or mathematics, children awarded a compensatory level from the tests and children entered for but not achieving a level from the tests.

'W' represents children who are working towards level 1, but have not yet achieved the standards needed for level 1.
Level 3 and below represents achievement below the nationally expected standard for most 11-year-olds.
Level 4 represents achievement at the nationally expected standard for most 11-year-olds.
Levels 5 and 6 represent achievement above the nationally expected standard for most 11-year-olds.