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2013 Key Stage 2 Test Results

 
Key Stage 2 (Year 6)
There were 34 children in Year 6. The majority of children are expected to have achieved Level 4 by the end of Key Stage 2 i.e. Level 4 is considered to be average for an eleven year old child. However, some children will still be at Level 3 or below, whilst some will be able to achieve Level 5 or, exceptionally, Level 6.

More detailed information about the school's performance in 2013 can be found on the Department for Education's Schools' Statistics web page
Key Stage 2 Reading 2013
Children achieving Level 4
 or higher
31/34 pupils
91%
Children achieving Level 5
or higher
15/34 pupils
44%
Children making
2 levels of progress
31/34 pupils
91%

Key Stage 2 Writing 2013
Children achieving Level 4
or higher
33/34 pupils
97%
Children achieving Level 5
or higher
12/34 pupils
35%
Children making
2 levels of progress
34/34 pupils
100%
 
Key Stage 2 Mathematics 2013
Children achieving Level 4
or higher
34 / 34 pupils
100%
Children achieving Level 5
 or higher
19/34 pupils
56%
Children making
2 levels of progress
34/34 pupils
100%
 
Key Stage 2 Reading, Writing and Mathematics Combined 2013
Children achieving Level 4 or higher in Reading, Writing  and Mathematics
30 / 34 pupils
88%
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