At Christchurch Junior School we continually monitor children’s progress and learning. Teachers will assess your child’s progress by marking written work, observing practical tasks, listening to reading, talks and discussions as well as setting tests to measure their learning. We aim to identify children’s achievements and set targets for future progress.
National Curriculum Test Results (SATs) 2020
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic there were no Key Stage 2 assessments for Y6 pupils in 2020. The data table below holds an overview of the teacher assessment data for the 2019-20 cohort that was submitted to BCP Council.
|% of Pupils reaching the expected standard and above||% of Pupils reaching the higher standard|
|RWM (reading, writing and mathematics combined)||74%||15%|
National Curriculum Test Results (SATs) 2019
At the end of Year 6 all our Year 6 pupils take the National Curriculum Tests (SATs).
Click here to see the Department for Education’s (DfE) performance data for our school in 2018/19.
Below are the results from the National Curriculum Tests taken in May 2019.
(NB This does not include the results of those children in our Speech & Language Base)
% of pupils achieving the expected (or higher) standard
|Reading||Writing (Teacher assessed)||Grammar, Punctuation, Vocab & Spelling||Maths||Science (teacher assessed)|
|% of pupils at expected standard (or above)||84%||77%||78%||86%||92%|
|% of pupils nationally at expected standard (or above)||73%||78%||78%||79%||82%
|% of pupils at high standard||37%||21%||34%||24%|
|% of pupils nationally at high standard||28%||20%||34%||24%|
|Reading & Writing & Mathematics
(all 3 subjects)
|% of pupils at expected standard (or above)||72%|
|% of pupils nationally at expected standard (or above)||65%|
|% of pupils at high standard||9%|
|% of pupils nationally at high standard||9%|
Average Scaled Scores (provisional data – to be confirmed)
|Reading||Grammar, Punctuation, Vocab & Spelling||Maths|
A score of 100 represents the expected standard for Year 6.
The range of scaled scores available for each KS2 test is between 80 and 120.
- 80 is the lowest scaled score that can be awarded
- 120 is the highest scaled score
A pupil awarded a scaled score of 100 or more has met the expected standard in the test.
A pupil awarded a scaled score of 99 or less has not met the expected standard in the test.
Progress from Key Stage One to Two
Interpreting a school’s progress scores
Individual pupil level progress scores are calculated in comparison to other pupils who attained at a similar level in Year 2 nationally. For all mainstream pupils nationally, the average progress score will be zero.
|Progress measures: KS1 to KS2|
|Reading progress score||0.19|
|Writing progress score||-1.97|
|Maths progress score||-1.10|