Important Data

Please see the tables below and follow the link to access performance tables on the Government website.

 

Percentage at Age Related Expectation

This year saw the introduction of the new style SATs tests which all eleven year olds took. The results are no longer recorded as a level, but as a scaled score with 100 being the expected score. Anything above 100 is better than average.

The numbers of pupils working at age related expectations may look low in comparison to last year, but this is the trend across the country. Nicky Morgan said;

"It wouldn't mean children have performed any worse this year; simply that we have raised the bar on what counts as good enough.”

We are unable to show results for 2019-2020 as no SATS were taken because the school was closed due to Covid 19.

2018-2019
% reaching the expected standard
  Ocklynge East Sussex National
Reading 77% 72% 73%
Spelling Punctuation and Grammar 81% 72% 78%
Writing 78% 79% 78%
Maths 79% 75% 79%
R+W+M combined 64% 62% 65%

This shows the average scaled scores for children

A scaled score of 100 is at the expected standard

Average Scaled Scores
  Ocklynge East Sussex National
Reading 104.3 104.2 104.4
Maths 103.1 103.9 105
Spelling Punctuation and Grammar 105.5 104.6 106.3

Progress from KS1

The progress data is an average based on individual pupil scores.

The progress measures compare pupils’ key stage 2 results to those of other pupils nationally with similar prior attainment

A score of 0 means pupils in this school on average do about as well at KS2 as those with similar prior attainment nationally.

A positive score means pupils in this school on average do better at KS2 than those with similar prior attainment nationally

A negative score does not mean that pupils did not make any progress, rather it means they made less progress than other pupils nationally with similar starting points.

Average Progress made by pupils
  Ocklynge East Sussex
Reading -0.62 0.45
Writing -1.46 -0.6
Maths -2.31 -1.17