To view the Performance Tables for primary, secondary and special needs schools and colleges and check their performance please visit School Performance Tables. To view our Performance Table visit AYJS Performance Table.
National Curriculum tests (SATs)
At the end of KS2, the children in Year 6 will all receive a scaled score. It will be reported as the formal outcome of tests in Maths, Reading and Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation. This is in the form of a percentile rank so parents and teachers know exactly where they stand against their peers. The scores that children can record will range from 80 to 120. One hundred (100) is the middle point and is considered to be the National ‘Expected Standard’. Therefore, any child achieving 100 or more is working at or above the national expected standard. Children recording scaled scores between 110 and 120 will be classed as performing at a High Standard.
Writing at the end of KS2 is Teacher Assessed. Children will be recorded at one of three stages
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the partial closure of all schools in England, end of KS2 Tests and assessments did not take place in 2020. Advice from the DFE is that results for 2019 should be used for accountability measures. For further information on school accountability expectations for the 2019 to 2020 academic year, please see the Government guidance.
Please view 2019 results for latest information: