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Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 Outcomes

 

KS1 Results 2018


86% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Reading and 39% achieved the higher standard

84% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Writing and 30% achieved greater depth

84% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Maths and 31% achieved the higher standard

80% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Reading, Writing and Maths combined

 

KS2 Results 2018


80% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Reading and 31% achieved the higher standard

96% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Writing and 48% achieved greater depth

81% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Maths and 27% achieved the higher standard

83% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling and 37% achieved the higher standard

69% of children achieved the expected standard or above in Reading, Writing and Maths combined

16% of children achieved the higher standard in Reading, Writing and Maths

 

Reading Progress Score -2.5

 

Writing Progress Score 1.9

 

Maths Progress Score -2.4

 

Average scaled score:

  • 105.4 Reading
  • 106.8 Grammar
  • 104.9 Maths

 

Key Stage 1 

The Key Stage 1 tests and tasks are taken in Year 2 and the results are used to inform teacher assessment. The above data is Teacher Assessment data which has been externally moderated. It is not test results.

Your child won’t be tested on anything that hasn’t been covered by the national curriculum in the previous two years. In some cases the tasks will be part of normal classroom work and your child may not even know that they are being assessed. All tests begin with a 10-minute introduction to explain to the children what will happen. This gives your child an opportunity to ask questions to check that they understand what they need to do.

The class teacher will mark your child’s tests and tasks.

English

Your child will be assessed in reading:

  1. Reading

The reading assessment will consist of 2 tests. In paper 1 questions are asked after each small piece of text which the children read independently. A text is split into small sections with questions at the end of each section. The questions will mainly test the children’s ability to locate specific information. In Paper 2 the children will read whole texts in a separate booklet and answer questions in an answer booklet. This test will assess the children’s ability to understand texts and make inferences or give their opinions. Both tests last around 45 minutes but this is a guide only.

Maths

Your child will sit a 2 maths tests that requires them to draw on their skills of using and applying maths. Paper 1 tests the children’s arithmetic skills with number questions. Paper 2 tests the children’s;’ reasoning skills where they will apply their maths knowledge and arithmetic skills to answer problems which are often in words. 

 

Explanation of Assessments

After your child has taken the key stage 1 reading, writing and maths tests, a raw score is calculated. Teachers will then convert this to a scaled score which will give an indication of their performance in this test. Schools are not required to publish the results of these tests. They are a very small part of the assessments that teachers make.

Your child’s teacher uses the outcome of the tests and tasks alongside all of the work they have done all year to make their final assessment. Teachers use the interim framework documents to assess against the national curriculum. They will report whether the children have met the expectations for KS1 or not using the following code:

-      WTS – Working towards the expected standard

-      EXS – Working at the expected standard

-      GDS – Working at Greater Depth within the expected standard.

What happens next?

The school will report the teacher assessments for each child to the government. Then percentages are generated to show how many children achieved the expected standard or above. This data is used to compare the school’s outcomes to all other schools in the country (National data). As you can see Lutley’s children perform above the National Average in all areas of the curriculum in KS1.

Information gathered about your child’s learning abilities and how they have progressed will provide their year 3 teacher with a good base on which to build their learning. All information about what each child needs to work on in KS2 will be shared with teachers and their progress will be tracked throughout their journey in KS2.