For the schools DfE school performance tables, please follow the link below:

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/

 

Information on the KS2 SATs progress scores:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/primary-school-progress-measures-information-for-schools-and-parents

End of Key Stage 2 SATs outcomes 2016

 

 KS2 Progress Scores

ReadingWritingMaths
-0.150.63.02 (top 15%)

Average Progress Scores – 0 equals the national average

 

Prior ability of pupilsReading, Writing and Maths combined
Expected StandardHigher Standard
Stoke ParkNationalStoke ParkNational
Higher ability pupils100%91%25%17%
Middle ability pupils43%46%7%1%
Lower ability pupils0%6%
All pupils43%53%9%5%

 

 

Maths Expected StandardHigher Standard
Stoke ParkNationalStoke ParkNational
Lower ability pupils0%14%0%0%
Middle ability pupils82%69%12%8%
Higher ability pupils100%98%100%54%

 

Writing Expected StandardHigher Standard
Stoke ParkNationalStoke ParkNational
Lower ability pupils20%25%0%0%
Middle ability pupils81%82%6%11%
Higher ability pupils100%99%50%54%

 

Reading Expected StandardHigher Standard
Stoke ParkNationalStoke ParkNational
Lower ability pupils20%18%0%1%
Middle ability pupils46%64%0%9%
Higher ability pupils100%97%60%49%
KS2 Scaled Scores
MathsReading
10399

 

Achievement – Year 6 SATs result 2015

100% Success for Stoke Park!

One of the Government’s key measures of success is the number of children making expected progress (2 levels) from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2. In Reading, Writing and Maths all Stoke Park children achieved this, beating the national result by some distance!

In addition, 46% of children made better than expected progress (3 levels) in Maths; 31% of children made better than expected progress in Reading; and 15% of children made better than expected progress in writing.

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Great Results for Year 6 especially in Maths!

The number of children attaining Level four in Reading, Writing and Maths was in line with other children across the country.

In addition, 46% of children achieved Level 5 in Maths; 31% of children achieved Level 5 in Reading; and 23% of children achieved Level 5 in Reading.

Furthermore, 8% achieved Level 6 in Maths which is the same as last year’s national average for this very demanding test.

Other key measures of success are the number of children who attain Level 4 or 5 in all subjects i.e. Reading, Writing and Maths.

At both Level 4 and Level 5 Stoke Park children achieved at national levels of attainment.

Well done to our 2014-15 Year 6 class and Miss Simmonds for their fantastic results!

Graph 2