Assessment Results and Performance Tables

Assessment Results

At the end of KS2 (Year 6), children undertake SATs that reflect the curriculum which has been taught. The outcome of these tests will give each child and the cohort a scaled score. Their raw score - the actual number of marks they have obtained - will be translated into a scaled score, which helps to allow for differences in the difficulty of the tests from year to year so that pupils' results can be compared accurately. Parents will be told their child's raw score, scaled score and whether they have reached the expected national standard for that subject. 

The last time the end of KS2 SATs were held was in June 2019 and these results can be seen below.

This will give you:

  • the percentages of KS2 pupils who achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and maths
  • the average progress of pupils  in reading, writing and maths since KS1

  • the percentage of pupils who have achieved higher standards in reading, writing and maths scores

  • the average 'scaled scores' for reading and maths .

Key Stage 2 (KS2)

KS2 % Pupils achieving the expected standard

Combined

Reading

Writing

Maths

GaPS

Norwood

58%

62%

78%

77%

72%

Sefton

62%

73%

76%

78%

78%

National

65%

73%

78%

79%

78%

 

KS2 % Pupils achieving greater depth

Combined

Reading

Writing

Maths

GaPS

Norwood

7%

17%

12%

27%

33%

Sefton

9%

27%

17%

25%

35%

National

11%

27%

20%

27%

36%

 

KS2 Scaled scores

Reading

Maths

Norwood

102

105

Sefton

103

105

National

104

105

 

KS2 average progress

Reading

Writing

Maths

Norwood

-2.3

-1.4

+0.2

Sefton

 

 

 

National

0

0

0

 

Performance Tables

Our School's Performance tables can be viewed here.

 

 

 

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