SATs Results 2016
The Year 6 Keystage 2 results for 2016 are the first which assess the new, more challenging national curriculum which was introduced in 2014. Results are no longer reported as “levels”, and each pupil receives his or her result in reading, grammar/punctuation/spelling and maths as a scaled score between 80 and 120. The expected score for children is 100 or above.
The other important measure is the amount of progress a child has made from the end of Year 2 to the end of Year 6. This is now reported as a value-added measure. There is no ‘target’ for the amount of progress an individual pupil is expected to make, though the school sets ambitious expectations for each pupil. The amount of progress a pupil makes contributes towards the school’s overall progress score. A school is deemed to have achieved sufficient progress in all three subjects of reading, writing and maths if they report a progress score of at least -5 in English reading, -7 in writing and -5 in maths.
Wateringbury CE Primary School’s progress scores:
This means that our school’s progress score is not significantly different from the national average.
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This graph shows the percentage of Wateringbury children who achieved the expected level in each subject compared to the national average.
Average Scaled Score
This graph shows the average scaled score in each subject compared to the national average.
Higher Level Attainment results in reading, writing and maths