Exam and Assessment Results

EYFS

Children are defined as having reached a ‘Good Level of Development’ at the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage if they achieve at least the expected level in:

- The early learning goals in the prime areas of learning (personal, social and emotional development: physical development; and communication and language)

and;

- The early learning goals in the specific areas of mathematics and literacy.

South Ascot Village School 2018

National

(2017)

84.2%

70.7

Phonics Screening 2018

The phonics screening check is a quick and easy check of your child’s phonics knowledge. It helps your school confirm whether your child has made the expected progress.

 

South Ascot Village School 2018

% of Pupils achieving the 32/40 threshold

National

(2017)

Year 1

62%

81%

Year 2
Retake

100%

92%

Further information on the Phonics Screening check

 

KS1 SATs Results 2018

The Key Stage 1 SATs tests were taken this year by the Year 2 pupils. The test results are used in conjunction with teacher assessment judgements throughout the year to determine whether each child has met the required standard in Key Stage 1.

Test Results:

A scaled score was determined for each test undertaken. The range of scaled scores available for each test is the same. 85 is the lowest scaled score that can be awarded on a KS1 test. The highest scaled score is 115. A scaled score of 100 or more represents the expected standard in each test. A pupil awarded a score of 99 or less has not met the expected standard in the test.

The school’s average scaled score per pupil in Reading was 103, and in Maths the average scaled score was also 103. 

Overall Key Stage 1 Teacher Assessment figures were as follows:

  Reading Writing Maths R, W and M Combined
Working at Greater Depth than Standard

16.13%

6.45%

12.90%

3%

Working at Expected Standard + (School)

80.65%

77.42%

80.64%

70.96%

KS2 SATs Results 2018

Average Scaled Scores

The SATs test are given a scaled score where 100 is classed as the expected standard. Anything above 100 is working above the required standard. Anything below 100 is working towards the standard. A score of 110 or more is considered to be a pupil working at greater depth or at a higher standard. The minimum scaled score is 80 and the maximum is 120.

Information about Scaled Scores

The average scaled scores compared to national averages were as follows:

Test Subject

Average Scaled Score for South Ascot Village School

Average Scaled Score for Schools Nationally (2018)

English grammar, punctuation and spelling

110

106

English reading

107

105

Mathematics

108

104

Percentage of pupils meeting the required standard

To reach the expected standard in each test subject, a pupil must achieve a scaled score of 100 or more.

To reach the expected standard in writing, a pupil must achieve an outcome of ‘working at the expected standard’ or ‘working at greater depth’ in writing Teacher Assessment.

Test Subject

Percentage of pupils meeting the required standard at South Ascot Village School  

Percentage of pupils meeting the required standard Nationally 

English grammar, punctuation and spelling

90%

78%

English reading

90%

75%

Mathematics

93%

76%

Writing (Teacher Assessment)

86%

78%

Percentage of pupils meeting greater depth

A score of 110 or more is considered to be a pupil working at greater depth or at a higher standard.

Test Subject

Percentage of pupils at greater depth at South Ascot Village School

Percentage of pupils at greater depth Nationally

English grammar, punctuation and spelling

59%

31%

English reading

28%

25%

Mathematics

52%

23%

Writing (Teacher Assessment)

14%

18%

Combined Measure

The number of pupils who met the required standard in reading, writing and mathematics is also calculated. This measure also shows us as a school performing above National figures.

South Ascot Village School

National

86%

64%

Further information on KS1 and KS2 SATs

Performance data from the Department of Education