Our Assessment Results

Key Stage 2

Towards the end of Year 6, children take their Key Stage 2 SATs (Standard Assessment Tests). Below are our Key Stage 2 SATs results. For a more detailed breakdown of our KS2 results, please visit the DfE Performance Tables website

Our 2020 data was calculated via teacher assessments as SATs were cancelled and schools were closed from March 2020, we have therefore only provided our school assessment and not the national comparison.  These results are a guide only.

2020 

Results 

  Reading  Writing  Maths  Grammar,  Punct.& Spelling  Reading, Writing & Maths Combined 
Achieving Expected  School  81%  82%  81%  89%  73% 
Achieving Greater Depth  School  37%  22%  13%  23%  8% 
Average Scaled Score  School  106.7  105.9  104.9  107.9  106.1 
Progress from KS1 to KS2  School  +0%  +6%  +2%  +10%  +4% 

 

2019 Results    Reading  Writing  Maths  Grammar,  Punct.& Spelling  Reading, Writing & Maths Combined 
Achieving Expected  School  90%  85%  91%  90%  84% 
  National  74%  79%  79%  78%  65% 
Achieving Greater Depth  School  35%  20%  35%  52%  16% 
  National  27%  20%  27%  36%  11% 
Average Scaled Score  School  107.5  102.8  107.7  109.6  107.5 
  National  104.5  101.8  107.7`  109.6  105.2 
Progress from KS1 to KS2  School  +3.5%  +6%  +12%  +9%  +19% 
  National           

 

2018 Results    Reading  Writing  Maths  Grammar,  Punct.& Spelling  Reading, Writing & Maths Combined 
Achieving Expected  School  74%  74%  74%  76%  63% 
  National  75%  78%  75%  78%  65% 
Achieving Greater Depth  School  30%  26%  30%  33%  13% 
  National  28%  20%  24%  34%  10% 
Average Scaled Score  School  104.4  100.5  104,4  104.5  104.4 
  National  105  101.6  104.4  106.1  104.7 
Progress from KS1 to KS2  School  +2.4%  +4%  +11%  +8%  +12% 
  National           

KS1 Results

                                                 Actual results               Pupil Progress 

                                              2018    2019    2020    2018    2019    2020 

% Expected Standard            66%    81%       75%         -6%    +10%    +12% 

Re, Wr, Ma 

% Higher Standard                8%     3%       7%              -2%      -4%       -1% 

Re, Wr, Ma 

% Expected Standard          88%    86%    75%           +6%    +5%      +2% 

Reading 

% Higher Standard              27%    20%     8%           +3%     -3%      -11% 

Reading 

% Expected Standard          69%    81%    75%          -7%      +5%      +7% 

+ Writing 

% Higher Standard              8%      3%      8%            -7%       -8%       -2% 

Writing 

% Expected Standard         80%    83%    81%          -2%     +1%       +8% 

+ Maths 

% Higher Standard              17%    20%    14%         -4%     +3%       -1% 

Maths 

Year 1
At Scotts Park Primary School, great emphasis is placed on phonics and reading. Children in Reception, Years 1, and 2 are taught a high quality phonics session every day in addition to carefully planned guided reading sessions. We teach the Letters and Sounds curriculum through the use of Jolly Phonics and LCP Planning.

The new, statutory phonics screening check for all Year 1 pupils took place for the first time in June 2012. The phonics screening check is an assessment of phonic decoding. It consists of a list of 40 words, half real words and half non-words, which Year 1 children read to a teacher. The check is designed to confirm whether individual pupils have learnt phonic decoding to an appropriate standard and have grasped the essential skills that underpin good reading.

In 2017, 87% of Year 1 children at Scotts Park Primary School reached the expected level in the phonics screening test. 80% of the children in Year 2 who retook the phonics screening test achieved the expected level.