Academic Success (Ofsted)

End of KS2 Assessment Results 2016

2017 key stage 2 assessments were the second external tests which assessed the new, more challenging national curriculum which was introduced in 2014.

Figures in 2017 are comparable to those in 2016. Scaled scores replaced levels in 2016 when  expectations for pupils were raised.

Key stage 2 test results are converted into ‘scaled scores’ with a score of 100 being the expected standard. Any score below 100 means the pupil is working ‘towards the expected standard’, and any score above means the pupil is working ‘above the expected standard’.

Lime Tree Primary 2016 National 2016 Lime Tree Primary 2017 National 2017
% of pupils achieving expected in READING 65% 66% 72% 71%
% of pupils achieving expected in WRITING 76% 74% 79% 76%
% of pupils achieving expected in MATHS 90% 70% 90% 75%
% of pupils achieving expected in GRAMMAR, PUNCTUATION and SPELLING (GPS) 69%  72% 86% 77%
% of pupils achieving expected in READING, WRITING and MATHS combined 62% 53% 66% 61%
Average progress in READING (from KS1 to KS2) 0.3 0 +1.1 0
Average progress in WRITING (from KS1 to KS2) -0.5 0 +3.1 0
Average progress in MATHS (from KS1 to KS2) 2.3 0 +0.6 0
% of pupils achieving high level in READING (scaled score of 110 or above) 17% 19% 17% 25%
% of pupils achieving high level in WRITING (scaled score of 110 or above) 24% 15% 24% 18%
% of pupils achieving high level in MATHS (scaled score of 110 or above) 21% 17% 20% 23%
% of pupils achieving high level in Grammar, Punctuation and spelling (GPS) (scaled score of 110 or above) N/A N/A 28% 31%
Average scaled score in READING 102 102.6 105.4 104.1
Average scaled score in MATHS 105 103 105.8 104.2
Average scaled score in GRAMMAR, PUNCTUATION and SPELLING (GPS) 102 104 107.7 106

 

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