Thanks to Nick Hart for this helpful summary.
Key stage 2 SATs are over for another year. Individual children’s results have been known for a couple of months now thanks to NCA Tools and consequently we know the percentages of our cohorts that met the expected standard for Year 6. When the DfE publish the school performance tables in December 2016, we’ll know a little more about how we’ve done.
The headline measures of performance remain: attainment, progress and therefore whether or not the floor standard has been met. In addition to the attainment data that we already know, we’ll see the proportion of children that attained the higher standard, which consists of scaled scores of 110+ in reading and maths and a greater depth judgement in writing. The much talked about progress measure (comparing individual children’s progress against the average progress made by children nationally with similar starting points) will arrive too. Our cohort’s average progress will be the overall progress measure for our school. Then, of course, these measures are used to judge whether or not we have met the floor target. With just 53% of pupils nationally attaining the expected standard in reading, writing and maths, and national average scaled scores of 103 for reading and maths, many leaders will be waiting on that progress data…
You can read the DfE’s full report about what to expect from the School Performance Tables here.
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, key stage 2
, national tests
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