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KS2 TEST RESULTS AND PROGRESS

We are once again very proud of our students and teachers’ hard work this year in adjusting to the demands of the new, more challenging curriculum. Nationally65% of pupils reached the expected standard in all of reading, writing and mathematics combined and 10% reached a high standard* in all of these assessments. Here at St John’s, 86% of pupils reached the expected standard in all of reading, writing and mathematics and 23.4% reached a high standard* in all of these assessments. See table below.

Due to Coronavirus restrictions no statutory assessments were conducted in the Summer of 2020 or 2021. 

(Click here to view the Department for Education’s Provisional 2019 key stage 2 results for pupils in schools in England at national, regional and local authority level.)

Click here to go to the Department of Education performance tables website to view more in depth school level information

* Includes pupils who achieved a high score (scaled score of 110 or greater) in reading and mathematics and who were working at greater depth in writing. Click here for information on the new scoring  – scaled scores for KS2

KS1 RESULTS AND PROGRESS

In the Year 1 phonics assessment nationally 82% of pupils met the expected standard in phonics in year 1, at St John’s 93% of our pupils achieved this standard. In the Key Stage 1 assessments at the end of year 2 in reading, nationally 75% of pupils met the expected standard, at St John’s 89% met this standard. In maths, nationally 76% met the expected standard, at St John’s 89% achieved the required standard. In writing nationally 69% of pupils met the expected standard and at St John’s 85% met the expected standard.

(Click here to view the Department for Education’s Provisional 2019 key stage 1 results for pupils in schools in England at national, regional and local authority level.)

 

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