SATS – End of Key Stage assessments in Primary Schools
In the academic year 2015 -2016 the following results were achieved at Scorton Primary School.
Note that this year’s assessments are not comparable to previous years due to the new ‘without levels’ tests and more challenging levels of assessment. Therefore children have not received a level for each subject assessed and were judged to have ‘met the expected standard’, or not.
We are extremely proud of how our children tackled the new tests and their individual level of achievement this year.
These are the achievements for our pupils in the academic year 2015-2016. Further information regarding school performance can be obtained from the DFE school performance website
Year 1 phonics screening
100% pupils achieved or exceeded the required standard in phonics at Year 1
Key Stage 2
The percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and maths combined was 60%. The Lancashire average was 54% and the England average was 53%
Pupils made 5.59 points progress in reading from Key Stage 1 to Key stage 2. This is well above the national average.
The average score in the reading test was 109.6. This is well above the Lancashire average score of 102.3 and the England average of 102.6
Pupils made 4.19 points progress from Key Stage 1 to Key stage 2. This is in line with the national average.
Pupils made 0.29 points of progress from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2. This is in line with national averages.
The average score in the maths test was 104.6. This is above the Lancashire average of 102.9 and the England average of 103.0.