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Results at Roseberry Primary School
In the summer term of Years 2 and 6, the children carry out the required Standard Assessment Tasks and Tests (SATS). Parents are informed of how their child has done at the end of the summer term when they receive their child’s school report.
The results at Roseberry Primary School do vary from year to year as each cohort of children is unique. All children, however, in each cohort, make good progress.
The results that follow indicate our performance in 2018-2019.
Due to COVID-19, SATs did not take place so there is no performance data for 2019 – 2020.
Expected Standard +
|Good Level of Development||Maths||Reading||Writing|
Key Stage 1
% of Pupils achieving the national standard in phonics
Those children who do not meet the required standard at the end of Year 1 need to be re-screened in Year 2.
By the end of Year 2:
With the introduction of the new National curriculum, curriculum levels for attainment were abolished and replaced by new criteria relating to age. Pupils are either ‘Working Towards’ the age-related standard, ‘Working At’ the age-related standard or ‘Working at Greater Depth’ within the age-related standard.
Key Stage 1
Year 2 Assessment Results
|% Working at expected standard|
|Reading, Writing and Maths combined||72%||68%|
Key Stage 2
|% Working at expected standard||% Working at higher standard|
|Reading, Writing and Maths combined||56%||65%||5%||11%|
Average Progress from the end of Key Stage 1 to the end of Key Stage 2
The National Average progress score is 0. Scores above 0 indicate that children are making above national average progress in the school and scores below 0 indicate that children are making less than average progress.
Scores between -5 and 5 for Reading and Mathematics and -7 and 7 for writing are within an acceptable range (information from 2016)
|Subject||Progress Score||Progress Score|
Average Scaled Score
|Subject||Scaled Score||Scaled Score|