KS2 SATs Results

As I'm sure you are aware our amazing Year 2 and Year 6 cohorts from 2020 will not have the opportunity to have their SATs results published due to the government decision to suspend tests and end of year assessments due to the Coronavirus pandemic.  However, we would like to take this chance to tell you how amazing our cohorts were and we are incredidibly proud of everything they achieved throughout the academic year 2019 - 20. We may not have had the chance to show you a piece of paper with a percentage score on it but we can assure you they all showed 100% commitment, 100% dedication and 100% understanding as their strange year unfolded.  We are very proud of each and everyone of them.

 

Past results...

Once again, we are delighted with our Key Stage Two results, the outcomes of which can be found below.

(These results are currently unvalidated and we have also sent some papers back to be remarked as the pupils were 1 mark of the next threshold)

Not all national measures are available as yet and therefore where the 2019 figure is not available the 2018 one is provided and this is indicated in brackets.

 

Subject  Garswood 2019                         National  2019                         

Reading

(Expected level)

82% 73%

Reading

(Greater depth standard)

45% 28% (2018)

Writing TA

(Expected level)

88% 78%

Writing TA

(Greater depth standard)

45% 20% (2018)

Mathematics

(Expected level)

88% 79%

Mathematics

(Greater depth standard)

15% 24% (2018)

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

(Expected level)

91% 78%

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

(Greater depth standard) 

45% 34% (2018)

 

In measuring performance for the individual pupils and for the school we also look at combined scores. This is considering the percentage of pupils reaching the standards in all 3 core areas of reading, writing and maths. 

 

Combined Reading, Writing and Mathematics Garswood 2019 National 2019

Expected standard

78.8% 65%

Greater depth standard

12%

10% (2018)

 

We are delighted with the individual efforts of our pupils and delighted to celebrate the high numbers of pupils reaching the expected levels, with many going beyond this standard.

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