On 6th June the DfE released the 2017 key stage 1 scaled score conversion tables. The tables show each of the possible raw scores on the 2017 key stage 1 tests. To convert each child's raw score to a scaled score, you can look up the raw score and read across to the appropriate scaled score. A scaled score of 100 or more shows the pupil has met the expected standard in the test.
What has changed since last year?
- In reading, the score needed has increased from 22 out of 40 in 2016 to 25 out of 40 this year.
- In GPS, there has been a slight drop from 25 out of 40 to 24 out of 40.
- In maths, children are expected to get 36 out of 60, a drop from 37 out of 60 in 2016.
Download the tables here.
Tagskey stage 1
, national tests
, scaled scores