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.
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.