SATs Results 2017

Attainment at the end of Key Stage 1 and 2

We are pleased to share the results of this year’s end of Key Stage 1(cohort of 17) and Key Stage 2 (cohort of 7) statutory assessments.

The government’s stretched expectations of children continues to cause controversy in schools and in the public domain. We can evidence that despite these expectations, the children continue to receive and make good progress across a broad and balanced curriculum tailored to their individual needs.

We are extremely proud of the children in our school and of the effort and positive attitude they show towards work, both at home and at school.  It is these attributes, together with the important partnership between home and school that encourages the children to work hard and do their best.

Key Stage 1 Results

% Attaining Expected StandardChilton Foliat School ResultsWiltshire Local Authority ResultsNational Results
Reading94.1%74.3%75.5%
Writing58.8%65.3%68.2%
Maths82.4%72.5%75.1%
% Attaining Greater Depth
Reading41.2%23%25.2%
Writing11.8%12.6%15.6%
Maths17.6%16.9%20.5%

Teacher assessment coupled with test results show the Year 2 pupils have done extremely well.

Key Stage 2 Results

% Attaining Age Related Expectations (100 scaled score or higher)Chilton Foliat School ResultsWiltshire Local Authority ResultsNational Results
Reading85.7%72.1%71.5%
Writing42.9%75%76.3%
Maths42.9%72%74.9%
Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling71.4%74%76.9%
R W M - 100 or higher in all areas28.6%58.8%61.1%
% Attaining a High Standard (GDS) (110 scaled score or higher)
Reading14.3%26.7%24.4%
Writing0%16.9%17.7%
Maths0%20.3%22.5%
Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling0%26.2%30.8%
R W M - 110 or higher in all areas0%8.5%8.6%
Average Scaled ScoreChilton Foliat School ResultsWiltshire Local Authority ResultsNational Results
Reading106.2104.4104.1
Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling103.5105.1106
Maths97.8103.5104.2
ProgressChilton Foliat School Results 2016/17
Reading-0.8
Writing-7.1
Maths-8.2

The Key Stage 2 results are based on the performance of our Year 6 pupils, which was a very small cohort again this year, and consequently each pupil’s results can heavily skew the data both upwards and downwards.

Thank you for your continued support.

 

 


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