At the end of a Key Stage children are judged to be either working at the expected standard or not. Some children may be judged to be working above the expected standard.
At KS1 assessment is based on the class teacher’s assessment of the children’s ability. At KS2 children’s raw test scores are converted to a scaled score, where 100 is the national expectation.
Key Stage 1 Results
|KEY STAGE 1 - 2019||% at or above the expected standard||% above the expected standard|
|Reading, Writing and Maths combined||59%||17%|
Key Stage 2 Results
|KEY STAGE 2 - 2019||% at or above the expected standard||% above the expected standard|
|Reading, Writing and Maths combined||53%||5%|
For a pupil to achieve the expected standard in reading and maths they must achieve a scaled score of 100+ in the corresponding tests.
* For a pupil to be working at greater depth in reading and maths they must achieve a scaled score of 110+ in the corresponding tests.
The average scaled score at Newland St John’s CE Academy for reading is 103
The average scaled score at Newland St John’s CE Academy for writing is 103
The average scaled score at Newland St John’s CE Academy for maths is 104
* Average progress made in KS2
National average progress is always 0. Schools that make less progress receive a negative number rating, schools that make more progress receive a positive rating.
Average progress in reading -0.6
Average progress in writing 0.0
Average progress in maths -1.1
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