Key Stage 2

KS2 SATs Results 2010- 2012

Levels of Attainment

It is expected that 11 year old children will achieve Level 4 by the end of Year 6. However, for some children reaching level 3 is a real achievement. Children working at level 5 are achieving above expectations, whilst those reaching level 6 are exceptional.

Attainment

English

St. Wilfrid’s

2010

St. Wilfrid’s 2011

St. Wilfrid’s 2012

National 2012

Level 4+ 89%Level 5+ 39% Level 4+ 95%Level 5+ 46% Level 4+ 94%Level 5+ 61%Level 6+ 0% Level 4+ 85%Level 5+ 37%Level 6+ 0%

 

Maths

St. Wilfrid’s

2010

St. Wilfrid’s 2011

St. Wilfrid’s 2012

National 2012

Level 4+ 72%Level 5+ 28% Level 4+ 85%Level 5+ 49% Level 4+ 94%Level 5+ 42%Level 6 13% Level 4+ 84%Level 5+ 39%Level 6+ 3%

 

English and Maths

St. Wilfrid’s

2010

St. Wilfrid’s 2011

St. Wilfrid’s 2012

National 2012

Level 4+ 69%Level 5+ 25% Level 4+ 85%Level 5+ 39% Level 4+ 90%Level 5+ 39%Level 6 0% Level 4+ 79%Level 5+ 27%Level 6+ 0%

 

 

Average Points Score

Levels of attainment can also be measured in schools using average point scores, which take account of sub-level performance and provide a numerical comparison to national data.

English

St. Wilfrid’s

2010

St. Wilfrid’s 2011

St. Wilfrid’s 2012

National 2012

28.7

29.3

30.1

28.1

 

Maths

St. Wilfrid’s

2010

St. Wilfrid’s 2011

St. Wilfrid’s 2012

National 2012

27.0

28.9

29.9

28.4

Progress

Pupils are expected to make a minimum of two levels progress from KS1 to KS2, based on their results at the end of Year 2.

English – %   achieving 2 levels progress

St. Wilfrid’s

2010

St. Wilfrid’s 2011

St. Wilfrid’s 2012

National 2012

97%

85%

90%

89%

 

Maths – % achieving   2 levels progress

St. Wilfrid’s

2010

St. Wilfrid’s 2011

St. Wilfrid’s 2012

National 2012

70%

83%

90%

87%

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