End of Key Stage Results

Key Stage 2 - 2016

The 2016 key stage 2 assessments are the first which assess the new, more challenging national curriculum. New tests and interim frameworks for teacher assessment have been introduced to reflect the revised curriculum. Results are no longer reported using levels and instead each pupil will now receive their test results as a scaled score and their teacher assessments as one of a number of categories.

Because of the changes set out above, figures for 2016 are not comparable to those for earlier years. The expectations for pupils at the end of key stage 2 have been raised. Given the differences in the curriculum and assessments, levels are not comparable with scaled scores or teacher assessment outcomes.

Grammar,  Punctuation and Spelling

This year 90% of KS2 children achieved the 'Expected' level and 20% of children achieved 'Greater Depth' in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling. Pupils achieving the expected level in Shropshire this year was 69.3% and nationally 72%. The average scaled score in GPS was 104.6.

Reading

In reading, 80% of children achieved the 'Expected' level and 40% of children achieved 'Greater Depth'. Pupils achieving the expected level in Shropshire this year was 67.9% and nationally 66%. The average scaled score in reading was 108.

Writing

In writing, 100% of children achieved the 'Expected' level and 20% of children achieved 'Greater Depth'. Pupils achieving the expected level in Shropshire this year was 68.3% and nationally 74%.

Mathematics

In mathematics, 90% of children achieved the 'Expected' level and 10% of children achieved 'Greater Depth'. Pupils achieving the expected level in Shropshire this year was 69.3% and nationally 70%. The average scaled score in maths was 104.5.

Reading, Writing and Maths

Across all subjects of Reading, Writing and Maths, 70% of pupils achieved the 'Expected' level as apposed to 51.2% in Shropshire and 53% of pupils nationally.

Key Stage 1 - 2016

As with the changes in the KS2 curriculum and testing arrangements, the curriculum and testing arrangements in KS1 also changed this year. The curriculum and tests have been more challenging and expectations have been raised.

Reading

In reading, 67% of children in KS1 achieved the 'Expected' level and 55% achieved 'Greater Depth'. In Shropshire 73.1% of pupils achived the expected level with 26.6% achieving 'Greater Depth'.

Writing

In writing, 67% of children achieved the 'Expected' level and 33% achieved 'Greater Depth'. In Shropshire 62.1% of pupils achived the expected level with 14.3% achieving 'Greater Depth'.

Mathematics

In mathematics 78% of children achieved the 'Expected' level and 33% achieved 'Greater Depth'. In Shropshire 69.1% of pupils achived the expected level with 17.5% achieving 'Greater Depth'.

Reading, Writing and Maths

Across all subjects of Reading, Writing and Maths, 66.7% of pupils achieved the 'Expected' level as apposed to 55.7% in Shropshire.

School Performance Tables

Parents may access the school performance tables by clicking on the following link:

http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/