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At the end of each Key Stage, children undertake tests and assessment tasks to support judgements against a national standard or expectation.  These results are used to inform teachers of the strengths and areas for development for your child as they move into the next Key Stage.

At the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage (Reception year when they are 5 years old) the EYFS Profile is completed.  At the end of KS1 (Year 2 when they are 7 years old) children sit Statutory Assessment Tests (SATs) and complete assessment tasks.  A judgement is made by their class teacher based on the test results and other in class work.  At the end of KS2 (Year 6 when they are 11 years old), children sit SATs papers in May.  These are externally marked and results are shared with parents in July.

Our results for the last academic year (2017-18) are listed below.

Early Years foundation stage - good level of development

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check

Year 2 Phonics Check Resit

end of Key Stage 1 (Year 2) Teacher Assessment

end of Key Stage 2 results

The following data details the attainment and progress achieved by the 2017-18 cohort of Year 6 pupils.  Reading, Mathematics and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling are assessed through the Statutory Assessment Tests (SATs) completed by the children in May.  Writing is assessed against a national framework by class teachers.  Writing assessment is moderated within school and through a network of nearby schools.  

  Reading Writing Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Mathematics Combined (RWM)
% of pupils achieving at the expected standand 68% 72% 74% 64% 56%
% of these pupils who achieved a high level of attainment 17% 20% 32% 20% 5%

The raw scores pupils achieve in their SATs are converted into a Scaled Score.  This allows comparisons to be made over time.  These Scaled Scores range from 80 to 120, with a Scaled Score of 100 representing the expected standard in the test.  

  Reading Mathematics Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
Average Scaled Score 2017-18 103 103 106

The following figures show the Average Progress Scores made by pupils who were in UK Education in Year 2 and Year 6. 

  Reading Writing Mathematics
Average Progress Scores (from KS1-KS2) -0.8 +0.3 -1
Comparison to National  Average Average Average

Department for Education Performance Information - Dersingham Primary
Click here for further detailed information from the Department for Education on performance at Dersingham Primary.

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