2014/15 Key Stage Two Results (SATs):
*: Level Four represents expected achievement as defined by DfE. Level Five is above expected achievement. Level Six is exceptional achievement.
**: Writing outcomes are not tested but based on Teacher and Whole School judgement. For 2014/15, these outcomes were moderated by Leicestershire Local Authority once submitted and were found to both wholly accurate and a true reflection of the attainment for children at the end of Year Six.
|Level Four + *||Reading||Writing **||Maths||Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar|
|Level Five +||Reading||Writing **||Maths||Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar|
|Level Six +||Reading||Writing **||Maths||Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar|
Levels of Progress:
Attainment is important, but a more significant measure of a school’s performance is the individual progress children make. The following progress results for 2014/15 detail the levels progress made between the end of Key Stage One (end of Year Two) until the end of Key Stage Two (end of Year Six). Two levels is considered to be expected progress, three or more levels is above expected progress.
|Levels progress||Reading||Writing **||Maths|
|Two level progress +||97%||90%||97%|
|Three Levels progress +||35%||21%||45%|
We recognise that statistics can be confusing. We welcome the opportunity to discuss these results with current, past and prospective parents. Please use any method of contact listed, or speak to Mr. Monaghan or Mr. Evans in the playground, if you’d like us to explain them in detail.