Year 2 SATs Results
Key Stage One Statutory Assessment Tests (SATs)
Towards the end of Year 2, all children need to be assessed to ascertain what they have achieved during their time in Key Stage 1. Year 2 is considered to be the end of Key Stage 1 and the expectation was that children will achieve a level 2 or better in the three key areas of Reading, Writing and Maths. The levels that children achieved were transferred into Average Point Scores (APS). The higher the APS, the better the children have achieved. In 2016 this changed so that children were required to meet an ‘Age Related Expected Standard’. The table shows the percentage achieving this.
What are we going to do now?
We were disappointed to find that our percentages were below national percentages when the data was released, as our children had made good progress across the year. We will work this year on improving the accuracy of our assessment systems as well as continuing to have a focus on ways of engaging children with writing, so that there is less of a gap between our reading and writing scores.
This data has been provided by Cornwall’s data team