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New SATS Scores Explained

KS1 SATS & KS2 SATS Scores Explained

From 2016, National Curriculum levels have been abolished. Instead, children will be given scaled SATs scores.

This scoring method is widely used for school assessments across the world.

 

KS1 SATS scores explained.
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》 A score of 100 means the child is working at the expected standard.

》 A score below 100 means child needs more support.

》 A score above 100 means child working higher level than their expected age.

》 Maximum score is 115 and minimum score is 85.

KS2 SATS scores explained.
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》 Score of 100 or more means child achieved the national standard.

》 Score 99 or less is below the level. Not achieved governement expected standard.

》 80 is lowest scaled score.

》 120 is highest scaled score.

Overall 53% of pupils met the new expected standard in reading, writing (which is teacher-assessed in Year 6) and mathematics.

2016 expected average
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Reading & Maths national standard was 103.

■ SPAG was 104.

NON-SATS YEARS
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Although wording may differ from school to school this is how children’s results be presented.

》Working towards expected Level

》Working at expected Level

》Working above expected Level.

 

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