Standens Barn Primary School

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Standards by the end of Year 6


Standens Barn Primary School

Key stage 2 SATs results.

We are very pleased with our end of year Key stage SAT results. Particularly, again, because of the progress that the children have made. It is great that we are doing so well by the end of Year 6 with the number of children getting level 4 and 5, but what is even better is the percentage of children making the progress expected of them.

We continued to work hard, not just for your child to make progress year on year, but for them to make progress over the time they are with us from Reception to Year 6. From developing their ability to read letters into reading books and developing their comprehension. From starting to make marks and write letters into composing whole pieces of writing in a variety of styles. From the basics of counting and adding cubes to the ability to add, subtract, divide and multiply at speed and solve problems. This all leads up to the end of Year 6 tests.

In 2016 a new harder Testing system was introduced by the Department of Education. Alongside this, a new methodology was used to record progress for children and this centres around an expected progress of 0. But the differential variance also needs to be taken in to account for reliability. 

KS 2 Progress results for 2017

Subject National  School National VarianceSchool Variance This means:
Maths 0-0.08 -5 +/- 1.7 Our children made progress that was in line with  national and some made better progress
 Writing 0 +0.7 -7 +/- 1.7 Our children made progress in line with national and some made better progress
 Reading 0 -+0.8 -5 +/- 1.6 Our children made progress that was in line with national and some made better progress.

KS 2 Progress results for 2016

 Subject National  School National VarianceSchool Variance This means:
Maths 0+2.2 -5 +/- 1.4 Our children made progress that was above national
 Writing 0 -0.3 -7 +/-1.7 Our children made progress in line with national and some made better progress
 Reading 0 -1.6 -5 +/- 1.7 Our children made progress that was in line with national

KS 2 Progress results 2015

Percentage of children making expected progress

Reading

Writing

Maths

95%

98%

100%

KS 2 Progress results 2014

  

Percentage of children making expected progress

Reading

Writing

Maths

98%

100%

98%


 

KS 2 Attainment results

This graph shows the attainment of children who do all 7 years with us, compared to those children who join at a different time:

 This shows that the longer your children attend our school, the higher their outcomes. 

 

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

 2017 Expected66% (71% nat)77% (76% nat)81% (75% nat)
  Greater Depth17%15%7% 
 Average  Scaled score  103 100104
     
 2016
Expected  53% (66% nat)64% (74% nat)80% (70% nat)
 Greater Depth 5% (nat 19%)7% (15% nat) 11% (17%)
 Averaged Scaled Score 99.1 (102.6 nat) not calculated 104.1 (103 nat) 
     
 
2015
 Level 4 80%93%93%


Level 532%43%27%

2014

Level 489%84%93%
  Level 5 23% 27% 25%

 

To see an even more in-depth breakdown click below to visit the DFE performance tables:

DfE school performance tables


 

Percentage of children making expected progress
Percentage of children making expected progress
Percentage of children making expected progress
Percentage of children making expected progress
Percentage of children making expected progress
Percentage of children making expected progress
Percentage of children making expected progress
Percentage of children making expected progress