Academic achievement 2019

Key Stage 2 SATs

Pupils in Year 6 take End of Key Stage SATs in Reading, Writing, Maths and SPAG (Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation)

Please see the full results below. In summary :

Key stage 2 attainment of the expected standard (100+) in reading (90%) was significantly above national and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019. Key stage 2 attainment of the high standard (110+) in reading (52%) was significantly above national and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019.

Key stage 2 attainment of the expected standard in writing (93%) was significantly above national and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019.

Key stage 2 attainment of the expected standard (100+) in mathematics (95%) was significantly above national and in the highest 20% of all schools nationally in 2019. Key stage 2 attainment of the high standard (110+) in mathematics (40%) was significantly above national and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019.

In 2019, 84% of pupils achieved the key stage 2 expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics, significantly above national and in the highest 20% of all schools nationally.

 

West Byfleet Junior School Sats Results 2019

Subject

WBJS % expected

(2019)

National % expected

(2019)

WBJS % Higher Standard

(2018)

National %

Higher Standard

(2018)

School Average Score

(2018)

National Average Score

(2017)

Reading

90%

73%

53%

27%

109.2

104.4

Writing

93%

78%

21%

20%

NA

NA

SPAG

84%

78%

40%

17%

107.2

106.3

Maths

95%

79%

40%

27%

108

105

Combined

84%

65%

20%

5%

NA

NA

Range of Scaled Scores Explained:

The range of scaled scores available for each KS2 test is the same and will stay the same in future years:

  • 80 is the lowest scaled score that can be awarded
  • 120 is the highest scaled score

A pupil awarded a scaled score of 100 or more has met the expected standard in each test (AS).

A pupil awarded a scaled score of 99 or less has not met the expected standard in the test (NS).

A pupil awarded a scale of score of 110 or more has achieved the Higher Standard.

As tests and teacher assessment (TA) are different forms of assessment, they do not report using the same scale.

As a result, there are no scaled score equivalents to the TA concepts of ‘working towards the expected standard’ or ‘working at greater depth within the expected standard’.

If a pupil has not scored enough marks on the test to demonstrate that they have sufficient understanding of the KS2 curriculum for the subject they will not receive a scaled score.