Children in year 2 and year 6 complete a mixture of tests and teacher assessments which make judgements about their attainment in: reading, spelling, punctuation and grammar, writing, maths and science. Pupils are assessed against expectations which are identified in the 2014 National Curriculum. Children are identified as not reaching national expectations, reaching national expectations or working at greater depth. At Key Stage 2, the tests result in every child being given a ‘scaled score’. A score of 100 means they have reached national expectations, 110 or above is working at greater depth. A score lower than 100 means they have not yet met the national standard for their age group. The scaled scores range from 80 to 120. For more details follow the link, ‘information about testing from 2016’.
Due to SATs not taking place in 2020 and 2021, the latest published data is from 2019.