Key Stage 2 Test Results (SATS) – 2017 Assessment Information

Children in school are formally assessed at the end of Key STage Two before they leave the Oaks to attend High School.

In May, they undertake statitory tests(SATSs) in Reading, Mathematics and Spelling, Punctuation and Grammer which are marked externally. They also receive a writing result which is internally assessed, based on their ongoing writing in school.

Children’s progress is constantly assessed throughout their school career with teaher assessment throughout school, national tests at the end of Key Stage One (Year 2), baseline assessments against the Early Learing Goals completed on entry into the Foundation Stage and phonics testing in Year One.

We are very proud of the attainment and achievment of all our children.

The Oaks Attainment 2017 National
Reading Pupils achieving the expected Standard:

 

Pupils achieving a higher standard:

86%

 

31%

71%

 

25%

Average Scaled Score: 106 104
Writing Pupils achieving the expected Standard:

 

Pupils working at greater depth:

83%

 

28%

76%

 

18%

Maths Pupils achieving the expected Standard:

 

Pupils achieving a higher standard:

100%

 

38%

75%

 

23%

Average Scaled Score: 107  104
Grammar, punctuation and spelling Pupils achieving the expected Standard:

 

Pupils achieving a higher standard:

83%

 

45%

77%

 

31%

Average Scaled Score: 108  106
Combined Reading, Writing and Maths Pupils achieving the expected Standard:

 

Pupils achieving a higher standard:

76%

 

10%

61%

 

9%

 

The Oaks Progress Measure Bolton
Reading +0.5 -0.4
Writing -1.7 +0.4
Maths +2.2 +0.8

The full report and comparisons can be found at www.education.gov.uk