Key Stage 2 Results 2017

12 year 6 children left in July 2017 (1 left in April 2017)

2 of these children sat the tests for English and 3 for Mathematics. Teacher Assessments were completed for the rest of the children and all assessments are detailed below:

English

Reading

SATs Results

The 2 children that completed the Reading SATs assessment had a score of 108 and achieved the Standard score.

Teacher Assessments

The 10 children who did not complete the SATs Assessments were teacher assessed at:

Working towards the expected standard 7 children

Working at the expected standard 1 child

Working with greater depth 1 child

Pre key Stage growing development 1 child

Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation

Writing

SATs Results

Of the 2 children that completed the Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation SATs assessment 1 had a score of 102 and achieved the Standard score and 1 had a score of 98 just missing the standard score by 2 points.

Teacher Assessments

All 12 children were teacher assessed for writing.

Working towards the expected standard 10 children

Working at the expected standard 1 child

Pre key Stage growing development 1 child

Maths

SATs Results

The 3 children that completed the Maths SATs assessment had a score of 90, 97 and 98 they did not achieve the Standard score.

Teacher Assessments

Teacher assessments were completed for all 12 children for Maths:

Working towards the expected standard 9 children

Working at the expected standard 2 children

Pre Key Stage early development 1 child

 

End of Key Stage 2 Summary

The summary below is based on the 12 children’s progress by the end of key stage 2. All children have termly, annual and end of key stage targets which, if met early, have challenge added.

6 of the 12 children were at Cribden House School for the whole of Key stage 2.

2 of the 12 children were at Cribden House School for 3 years.

4 of the 12 children were at Cribden House School for 2 years.

5 out of the 6 children who were at Cribden House School for the whole of Key stage 2 either met or exceeded their targets in all areas.

Where children had no KS1 data, end of Key Stage targets were generated from on entry baseline assessment

 

English

Reading

9 out of 12 children (75%) met or exceeded their target. Of these 9, 8 of them exceeded their target (88%)

Writing

9 out of 12 (75%) met or exceeded their target. Of these 9, 8 exceeded their target (88%) exceeded their target

 

Maths

8 out of 12 children (66%) exceeded their target.

 

 

 

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