National Assessment Results
Children at the end of Year 2 (aged 6-7) take part in national standardised tests known as the end of Key Stage 1 Assessments. Until July 2015 children at this stage of school were expected to achieve a minimum National Curriculum Level 2 (known as a 2c) in Reading, Writing and Maths. Those children who achieved a Level 3 were therefore achieving above expected levels.
Children at the end of Year 6 (aged 10-11) take part in national standardised tests known as the end of Key Stage 2 Assessments. Until July 2015 children at this stage of school were expected to achieve a National Curriculum Level 4 in English and Maths. Those children who achieved a Level 5 or Level 6 were therefore achieving above expected levels. Children were expected to achieve a minimum of 2 full National Curriculum levels from the end of Year 2 to the end of Year 6. As of July 2016, the assessment system changed and the children are now assessed on whether or not they have achieved end of year expectations, rather than numerical National Curriculum levels. Progress measures are also calculated differently.
2020 Results: due to the national lockdown, no formal assessments took place during the 2020 summer term. Please refer to our 2019 assessment results for our latest published data.
End of KS2 (Year 6) SATS
and Grammar (EGPS)
Reading, Writing & Maths Combined
|Saxon 2019||National 2019|
Progress from end of Key Stage 1 to end of Key Stage 2 2017-2018 (national in brackets)
|Progress data - all pupils|
|Disadvantaged pupils (no national comparison)|
N.B. data for 2018-2019 to be updated when released at end of Autumn Term 2019
Greater Depth attainment (national in brackets)
|2019||Key Stage 1||Key Stage 2|
|Reading||26% (25%)||43% (tbc%)|
|Writing||12% (15%)||17% (tbc%)|
|Maths||30% (22%)||43% (tbc%)|
End of KS1 (Year 2)
Year 1 Phonics Screening
At the end of Year 1, children's knowledge and understanding of phonics is tested using national standardised tests
At the end of Reception, children are expected to achieve what is described as a 'Good Level of Development'.
|2019 Saxon||2019 National|
Further information about the school's performance can be found on the DfE Performance Tables website