When a pupil reaches the end of Key Stage 2, they are required by law to sit the Year 6 SATs test; unless a child meets a particular set of requirements which exempts them from taking the tests. The results from the SATs tests are published every December for the public to see.
As all national examinations were cancelled in the summer of 2020 due to schools and colleges being closed as part of the Coronavirus National Lockdown, we are unable to publish results for the 2019-2020 academic year. Below you will find information on our most recent SATs results.
2019 Key Stage 2 SATs Results
||School Average Scaled Score
||National Average Scaled Score
||R, W, M – Combined School %
||R, W, M National %
Each pupil is given a raw score, based on the amount of questions they answered correctly in each test. This raw score is then converted into a scaled score. 80 is the lowest scaled score that can be awarded for any test and 120 is the highest scaled score; any pupil who achieves a scaled score of 100 or more has met the age expected standards for that subject.
School Progress – Reading, Writing & Maths
||-4.5 (Well Below Average)
||-3.9 (Well Below Average)
For the full list of DfE performance tables please visit the Government website.