End of Key Stage 2 results 2015-2016

Key Stage 2 results 2015-2016

The 2016 key stage 2 tests and assessments are the first to assess the new, more challenging national curriculum which was introduced in 2014. New tests and interim frameworks for teacher assessment have been introduced to reflect the revised curriculum. Results are no longer reported as levels; pupils now receive their test results as a scaled score and teacher assessments based on the standards in the interim framework. Because of these changes, figures for 2016 are not comparable to those for earlier years. Given the differences in the curriculum and assessments, levels are not comparable with scaled scores or teacher assessment outcomes.

The data here is unvalidated data. Validated data will be released from the Department for Education later in the academic year. At this stage no progress data has been shared from the Department for Education, again – this data will be shared at a later stage.

RWM

Data Source: Perspective Lite (school & Leeds), DfE SFR 30/2016

53% of children reached the expected standard in the reading test and in the maths test and in the writing teacher assessment. This is higher than the average for Leeds schools (47%) and matches the National average for all primary schools.

Reading

Data Source: Perspective Lite (school & Leeds), DfE SFR 30/2016

The proportion of children at Hunslet Moor Primary who achieved the expected standard in reading was 63%, just above the Leeds figure of 60% and only 3%pts below the national figure of 66%.

The scaled score range runs from 80 to 120, with 100 as the expected standard. The school’s average scaled score in reading was 100.1, compared to 101.5 for Leeds and 103 nationally.

GPS

Data Source: Perspective Lite (school & Leeds), DfE SFR 30/2016

The highest levels of attainment were achieved in the grammar, punctuation and spelling test (GPS), with 78% of children achieving the expected standard. This is higher than both Leeds and national performance (69% and 72% respectively).

The Average Scaled Score for GPS was 105.2, 2 points above the Leeds figure and just over 1 point above the national figure.

maths 5

Data Source: Perspective Lite (school & Leeds), DfE SFR 30/2016

65% of children achieved the expected standard in the maths test, matching the Leeds figure but below the national figure of 70%.

The average scaled score in maths was 101.7, less than 1 point below the Leeds figure and just over 1 point below national.

writing

Data Source: Perspective Lite (school & Leeds), DfE SFR 30/2016