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Standards

The DfE inform us what we have to publish online. For our Standards, we must publish the following details from our most recent Key Stage 2 results:

  • average progress scores in reading, writing and maths
  • average ‘scaled scores’ in reading and maths
  • percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths
  • percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment in reading, writing and maths.

 

All of this can be seen below for the data we have to date (August 2019), this is unvalidated until end of December 2019 when we receive our final data from the DfE. We have also published statutory key headline information from other year groups: EYFS and KS1, this can be seen in the document below.
 

KS2 SATs Headlines (2019)

Percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths:

76% of pupils reached the expected standard in RWM combined, compared to 65% nationally. This is 11% above the National Average and an upward trend from 2016 (+12%).

83% of pupils reached the expected standard in reading compared to 73% nationally. This is 10% above the National Average and an upward trend from 2016 (+7%).

85% of pupils reached the expected standard in writing compared to 78% nationally. This is 7% above the National Average and an upward trend from 2016 (+6.2%).

87% of pupils reached the expected standard in Grammar Punctuation and Spelling compared to 78% nationally. This is 9% above the National Average and an upward trend from 2016 (+6%).

81% of pupils reached the expected standard in mathematics compared to 79% nationally. This is 2% above the National Average and an upward trend from 2016 (+5%).


Percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment in reading, writing and maths:

20% of pupils reached greater depth standard in RWM compared to 11% nationally, an upward trend from 2016 (+8%) and 9% above national average.

31% of pupils reached greater depth standard in reading compared to 27% nationally, an upward trend from 2016 and 4% above national average.

33% of pupils reached greater depth standard in writing compared to 20% nationally, an upward trend from 2016 (+14.3%) and 13% above national average.

48% of pupils reached greater depth standard in Grammar Punctuation and Spelling compared to 36% nationally, an upward trend from 2016 (+14%) and 12% above national average.

41% of pupils reached greater depth standard in mathematics compared to 27% nationally, an upward trend from 2016 (+22%) and 14% above national average.

Average Scaled Scores in reading, writing and maths: the scaled scores are centred around 100: a score of 100 means a child is working ‘at the expected standard’ for a Year 6 child. A scaled score of 99 or less means they have not reached the government’s ‘expected standard’ and a score of 110 or more means they are working above the expected standard (Greater Depth).

Reading: 106.5 compared to 104.0 nationally (+2.5) and an upward trend from 2016.

Grammar Punctuation and Spelling: 109.7 compared to 106.0 nationally (+3.7) and an upward trend from 2016.

Maths: 106.6 compared to 105 nationally (+1.6) and an upward trend from 2016.
 

Progress Scores in reading, writing and maths: in order to calculate the progress measures, pupils’ results are compared to the achievements of other pupils across the country who had a similar starting point (prior attainment). Prior attainment is based on teacher assessment judgements at key Stage 1. Most schools will have progress scores between −5 and +5. If a school has a progress score of 0 this means that on average their pupils achieved similar results at the end of KS2 (end of year 6) to pupils in other schools with similar results at the end of KS1. If a school has a positive progress score this means that on average their pupils made more progress than pupils in other schools with similar results at the end of KS1. Sig+ means our school has performed significantly better than the National Average.
 

Reading: 3.15, this is a Sig+ which means our school has performed significantly better than the National Average, an excellent upward trend from 2016 and +0.19 increase from 2018.
 

Writing: 3.55, this is a Sig+ which means our school has performed significantly better than the National Average, an excellent upward trend from 2016 and +3.16 increase from 2018.

 

Maths: 2.75, this is a Sig+ which means our school has performed significantly better than the National Average, an excellent upward trend from 2016 and +2.34 increase from 2018.

 

We are incredibly proud of our progress scores which measure the progress each child has made since their attainment at KS1 (end of Year 2). This tells us that between Year 2 and Year 6, our pupils have made significantly above national in terms of progress.  

 

Our 2019 Year 6 cohort achieved great things in many more ways than in SATs although it just so happens that their SATs results are above national in all areas with increases in the Greater Depth Standard, Average Point Scores and Progress Scores from 2018. Well done to our amazing children and staff who have taught them throughout the years and thank you to our parents and carers as well- what a great partnership!

 

 

 

 

 

2019 EYFS, KS1 and KS2 SATs Results: headline figures

2018 EYFS, KS1 and KS2 SATs Results: headline figures

                                                                         

2017 EYFS, KS1 and KS2 SATs Results: headline figures

This document includes:

*EYFS headlines for Good Level of Development and English and Maths Early Learning Goals.

*KS1 headlines: % of children achieving ARE+ (age related+ expectations), % of children achieving the Higher Standard and compares The Hayes to Croydon and also nationally.
*KS2 headlines: % of children achieving ARE+ (age related+ expectations), % of children achieving the Higher Standard and compares The Hayes to Croydon and also nationally. Additionally it includes our writing teacher assessment results at the end of KS2. It also includes our scaled scores for KS2: each child receives a scaled score for each KS2 test. The scaled score runs from 80-120 with 100 as the expected standard.

2016 KS2 SATs Results: headline figures

This document includes:


*KS2 headlines: % of children achieving ARE+ (age related+ expectations), % of children achieving the Higher Standard and compares The Hayes to Croydon and also nationally. Additionally it includes our writing teacher assessment results at the end of KS2. It also includes our scaled scores for KS2: each child receives a scaled score for each KS2 test. The scaled score runs from 80-120 with 100 as the expected standard.

 

Primary (Key Stage 2) performance in 2018

The figures on the Performance Table webpage (click on link), gives figures that tell you about the performance of pupils at our school. These figures were published in December 2018 and relate to pupils who completed key stage 2 in the summer of 2018.

 

Progress in reading, writing and maths

These scores show how much progress pupils at The Hayes made in reading, writing and maths between the end of Key Stage 1 and the end of Key Stage 2, compared to pupils across England who got similar results at the end of Key Stage 1.


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