Please find below our end of KS2 Data for the academic year 2021-22. We were delighted that in Reading, Writing, Maths and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling the attainment of our pupils was above pupils nationally.
* Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
Average Progress Scores at KS2
It is important to share not only pupils’ attainment but also progress scores as they take into account the different starting points of pupils. For example, children in a school with poor KS1 results and average KS2 results may have made more progress than pupils in a school with outstanding results who also excelled at the end of KS1. Progress scores are a fairer measure than simply comparing SATs results like for like, because they take into account children’s prior ability and how much they’ve improved.
Every school receives a progress measure and these are presented as positive, negative or 0:
- A score of 0 means pupils in the school, on average, do about as well at KS2 as pupils nationally with similar prior attainment
- A positive score means pupils in the school, on average, do better at KS2 than pupils nationally with similar prior attainment
- A negative score means pupils in the school, on average, do worse at KS2 than pupils nationally with similar prior attainment
A negative progress score does not mean pupils didn't make any progress, rather that they made less progress than other pupils nationally with similar prior attainment