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By using the links below you can access t
he latest attainment and achievement data compared with national and county results.

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The Key Stage 2 tests, known as SAT’s are taken towards the end of the academic year in Reading, Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling and Mathematics. Writing is assessed by the teacher. The tests in 2016 were known to be at a higher standard than those previously taken.

 

This was the first year that the test results did not covert to levels. Instead, the scores related achieving Age Related Expectations (ARE) The raw score achieved was converted into a scaled score of between 80 and 120. Those who achieved a scaled score of 100 or more had met the standard (ARE). Those who achieved a scaled score of 110 or more had achieved a ‘high score’.

 

AVERAGE SCALE SCORES

The Holt

Local Authority

National

Average scaled score in Reading

102

102

103

Average scaled score in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

104

103

104

Average scaled score in mathematics

101

102

103

 

% ACHIEVING AGE REATED EXPECATIONS

The Holt

Local Authority

National

ARE in reading, writing and maths

59%

50%

53%

ARE in Reading

69%

63%

66%

ARE in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

72%

70%

72%

ARE in writing             (Teacher Assessed)

83%

72%

74%

ARE in mathematics

76%

66%

70%

 

% ACHIEVING A HIGH SCORE

The Holt

Local Authority

National

Reading

14%

17%

19%

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

28%

20%

23%

Writing                         (Teacher Assessed)

28%

14%

15%

Mathematics

7%

14%

17%

 

The average progress in Reading is -1.3, in writing is 1.8 and in maths is -3.

 

Figures show that:

We are above the National and Local Authority data for children achieving the ARE in Reading, Writing and Maths combined

We are at or above the National and Local Authority data for children achieving the ARE in all the assessed areas separately

We are above the National and Local Authority data for children achieving a high score in Writing and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

The average progress is above the floor standards of -5 in Reading, -5 in Maths and -7 in Writing

 

 

 

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