The average scaled score is a new way to measure attainment. Children are given a scaled score based on their end of key stage tests (SATs).
100 is the expected level; a score less than this indicates a pupil is working at a lower level. All the children's scaled scores are averaged out to enable schools to be compared overall.
Progress is measured in a new way too. Where 0.0 indicates expected progress, a number above this (up to +10) indicates better than typical progress, and a number lower (ie a negative number) indicates less than typical progress.
2015/16 KS2 SATs Results:
Attainment in reading: 106.8 (sch) 102.6 (national)
Progress in reading: +3.52
High level of attainment: 100% (sch) 46% (national)
Attainment in maths: 106.0 (sch) 103 (national)
Progress in maths: +2.61
High level of attainment: 50% (sch) 43% (national)
Expected standard in reading, writing*, maths: 75% (sch) 53% (national)
High level of attainment: 100% (sch) 39% (national)
Writing* is assessed by teacher assessment
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