Grange Valley Primary School & Nursery

Inspire to guide, challenge and achieve

Heyes Avenue, Haydock, St Helens, Merseyside WA11 0XQ

grangevalley@sthelens.org.uk

01744 678300

2016 Key Stage 2 Results

2016 changes...

The new key stage 2 tests 2016 was the first year of the new key stage 2 tests in maths, reading and grammar, punctuation and spelling.

The tests assess children against a national standard.

This year’s tests are the first tests to reflect the new primary curriculum, which was introduced in 2014. 

As this is the first year of the new tests the results will look different from those of previous years and cannot be compared with them directly.


KS2 Information for Parents

2016 Progress Measures:

Reading 1.1, within the top 40 % of schools (National floor target -5)

Writing 2.2, within the top 25% of schools (National floor target -7)

Maths 2.8, within the top 25% of schools (National floor target -5)

Previous KS2 Data

Below you will find a summary of the data for this year’s End of Key Stage 2 Assessments. (This will change in 2016)

  • Level 4 attainment is the level that average children are expected to achieve in Year 6.
  • Level 5 attainment is above average.
  • Level 6 attainment is significantly above average.

SATs Attainment Results:

  2010 2011 2012 2013 2014  2015 
Maths Level 4+ 100%  96% 70% 100% 95%   97%
Maths Level 5+ 40% 26% 26% 32%  16%  55%
Maths Level 6            6% 
Reading Level 4+  96% 91% 87% 100% 84%   97%
Reading Level 5+ 52%  43% 39% 45%  11%  71%
Writing Level 4+  92% 87% 70% 95%  95%  100%
Writing Level 5+ 8%  13% 26% 32%  21%  55%
Writing Level 6            10% 
R,W & M Level 4+     57%  95% 84%  94% 
R,W & M Level 5+       14%  5%  50%

Grammar (GPS)Level 4+

      86% 63%   87%

Grammar (GPS) Level 5+

      36%  32%  77%

 Grammar (GPS) Level 6

           3%

Progress Results:

  • 100% of children made at least expected progress in Reading, Writing and Maths (2 levels from KS1)
  • In Reading 58% of children made exceptional progress (3 or more levels for KS1)
  • In Maths 42% of children made exceptional progress (3 or more levels for KS1)
  • In Writing 65% of children made exceptional progress (3 or more levels for KS1)