Performance Data
Year 6 SAT’s Results May 2017
Year 6 Exam Results May 2016
15 children completed Year 6 SAT’s 2016, 2 children were disapplied.
Percentage achieving Expected Standard or above
Percentage Achieving Expected Standard or above in Reading | 46.70% |
Percentage Achieving Expected Standard or above in Writing | 73.30% |
Percentage Achieving Expected Standard or above in GPS | 73.30% |
Percentage Achieving Expected Standard or above in Maths | 40% |
Percentage achieving high level of attainment
Percentage Achieving High Level of Attainment in Reading | 0% |
Percentage Achieving High Level of Attainment in Writing | 20% |
Percentage Achieving High Level of Attainment in GPS | 7% |
Percentage Achieving High Level of Attainment in Maths | 0% |
All Y6 Pupils | Without pupils Disapplied from Test | |
Average Progress Scores in Reading | -4.0 | -2.57 |
Average Progress Scores in Writing | 1.8 | 3.9 |
Average Progress Scores in Maths | -5.7 | -4.28 |
Average Progress
All Y6 Pupils | Without pupils Disapplied from Test | |
Average Scaled Score in Reading | 89.73 | 91.38 |
Average Scaled Score in Maths | 94.7 | 97.2 |
Year 6 SAT’s Analysis 2015
Out of the cohort of 11, 7 were boys, 9 were disadvantaged, 2 had English as an additional language (EAL) and 5 had been identified as having SEN.
For one child there were no Key Stage 1 results.
In reading, 80% made expected progress and 40% made more than expected progress (above national rates 33%).
In writing, 90% made expected progress and 50% made more than expected progress (above national rates – 36%).
In maths, 60% made expected progress and 10% made more than expected progress.
Out of the disadvantaged group, 8 of the 9 made expected progress in reading and writing, 6 of the 9 made expected progress in maths. The children identified as having SEN all made expected progress in writing. 4 of the 5 made expected progress in reading and 3 made expected progress in maths. 1 child with EAL made expected progress in all subjects. There were no KS1 results for the other child.
In reading 73% achieved the expected standard and 18% were above the expected standard. Boys’ attainment was higher than girls at the expected standard. Those eligible for pupil premium funding attained well.
In writing 91% attained the expected standard (above national – 87%) and 18% above the expected standard. Girls’ achievement was better than boys’. Those eligible for pupil premium funding attained similarly to other children nationally.
In Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 73% achieved the expected standard, 9% attained above the expected standard. Boys and girls attainment was similar at the expected standard. Those eligible for pupil premium funding did not achieve as well as other children.
In maths 55% attained the expected standard, 0% attained above the expected standard, attainment of boys and girls was similar.
Further Information
The latest school performance tables.
Swalwell Primary School Performance Tables and Comparison – DfE