Key Stage 2 Results 2019 
15 Year 6 children left in July 2019 
8 of these children completed Key Stage 2 SATs tests for English and Mathematics.  
Teacher Assessments were completed for all of the children and are detailed below: 
 
“The Standards and Testing Agency (STA) conducted an evaluation of the interim teacher assessment frameworks during Spring 2017, working with teachers and other educational experts. In response, we have made changes to the frameworks in English writing and science. The English reading and mathematics frameworks have been removed to reduce assessment burdens in schools. This was set out in the government response to the ‘Primary assessment in England’ public consultation. English reading and mathematics test results will continue to be used in school performance measures.” 
 
English Reading 
SATs Results 

Out of the 8 children that completed the Reading SATs assessment: 3 had a scaled score of greater than 100 and achieved the Standard score.  All 8 children scored 87+. 
 
Teacher Assessments 
Not required to be submitted. 
 
Writing 
Teacher Assessments 
All 15 children were teacher assessed for writing with Key Stage also being externally moderated. 
Working towards the expected standard   3 children 
Working at the expected standard   0 children 
Working at greater depth within the standard  0 children 
Pre Key Stage standards    12 children 
 
Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation 
SATs Results 

Out of the 6 children that completed the Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation SATs assessment: 3 had a scaled score of greater than 100 and achieved the Standard score.  All 6 children scored 94+. 
 
Mathematics Number 
SATs Results 

Out of the 8 children that completed the Mathematics SATs assessment: 3 had a scaled score of greater than 100 and achieved the Standard score.  All 8 children scored 87+. 
 
Teacher Assessments Not required to be submitted. 
 
End of Key Stage 2 Summary 
The summary below is based on the 15 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. 
 
5 of the 15 children attended Cribden House School for the whole of Key stage 2. 
5 of the 15 children attended Cribden House School for 3 years. 
3 of the 15 children attended Cribden House School for 2 years. 
2 of the 15 children attended Cribden House School for 1 year. 
 
All of the 5 children who attended Cribden House School for the whole of Key Stage 2 either met or exceeded their targets in all areas of English. 
3 of the 5 children who attended Cribden House School for the whole of Key Stage 2 either met or exceeded their targets in all areas of Mathematics.  Those 2 children who did not meet their end of Key Stage 2 target were borderline. 
 
End of Key Stage targets were generated from on entry baseline assessment. 
 
English Reading 
All 15 children (100%) met or exceeded their target. Of these 15 children, 14 of them exceeded their target (93%) 
 
Writing

14 out of 15 (93%) met or exceeded their target. Of these 14 children, 12 of them exceeded their target (80%) 
 
Spoken Language 
All 15 children (100%) met or exceeded their target. Of these 15 children, 14 of them exceeded their target (93%) 
 
 
Mathematics 
12 out of 15 children (80%) met or exceeded their target. Of these 12 children, 9 of them exceeded their target (60%) 

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