On 9th July 2019, the DfE released the interim results for the KS2 National Tests.
Attainment in individual subjects
- In reading, 73% of pupils reached the expected standard, down by 2 percentage points from 2018.
- In maths, 79% of pupils reached the expected standard, up by 3 percentage points from 2018.
- In GPS, 78% of pupils reached the expected standard, which remains unchanged from 2018.
65% of pupils reached the expected standard in reading, writing and maths (combined), increasing from 64% in 2018.
The percentage of pupils reaching the expected standard in Writing TA remains unchanged from 2018 at 78%.
2019 KS2 raw scores
The raw scores required to achieve the expected standard in the 2019 SATs are:
- Reading - 28 out of 50 (unchanged from 2018)
- Maths - 58 out of 110 (decreasing from 61 in 2018)
- GPS - 36 out of 70 (decreasing from 38 in 2018)
2019 average scaled score conversion tables
The average scaled scores in the 2019 SATs are:
- Reading - 104 (decreasing from 105 in 2018)
- Maths - 105 (increasing from 104 in 2018)
- GPS - 106 (unchanged from 2018)
The DfE have published the scaled score conversion tables for the 2019 KS2 national tests. Download the conversion tables here.
Read the full publication from the DfE here.
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