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2015 Key Stage 2 Test Results

Key Stage 2 (Year 6)

There were 35 children in Year 6. One child did not take the reading or mathematics tests due to extended absence.  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 2015 can be found on the Department for Education’s Schools’ Statistics web page.

 

Key Stage 2 Reading 2015

Children achieving Level 4

or higher

33/34

97%

Children achieving Level 5

or higher

17/34

50%

Children making

2 levels of progress

33/34

97%

 

Key Stage 2 Writing 2015

Children achieving Level 4

or higher

35/35

100%

Children achieving Level 5

or higher

19/35

54%

Children making

2 levels of progress

35/35

100%

 

Key Stage 2 Mathematics 2015

Children achieving Level 4

or higher

33/34

97%

Children achieving Level 5

or higher

22/34

65%

Children making

2 levels of progress

34/34

100%

 

Key Stage 2 Reading, Writing and Mathematics Combined 2015

Children achieving Level 4 or higher in Reading, Writing and Mathematics

32/34

94%

 

 

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