# Standard Assessment Tests and Tasks

For a copy of the 2017 Department for Education booklet explaining Y2 SATs for parents, click here.

For a copy of the 2017 Department for Education booklet explaining Y6 SATs for parents, click here.

Information on published data can be found on the Department for Education's website. Click here for details.

For copies of the documents used at the Parents' Meetings, click on the links below. The resources were written by Twinkl, an online resource. All Saints' thanks them for their support in producing the resource.

For a copy of the 2017 All Saints' Key Stage One Phonics data summary, click here.

For a copy of the 2017 All Saints' Key Stage One data summary, click here.

For a copy of the 2017 All Saints' Key Stage Two data summary, click here.

For a copy of the 2016 All Saints' Key Stage One Phonics data summary, click here.

For a copy of the 2016 All Saints' Key Stage One data summary, click here.

For a copy of the 2016 All Saints' Key Stage Two data summary, click here.

For a copy of the 2015 All Saints' Key Stage One Phonics data summary, click here.

For a copy of the 2015 All Saints' Key Stage One data summary, click here.

For a copy of the 2015 All Saints' Key Stage Two data summary, click here.

The Fischer Family Trust (FFT), a non-profit organisation, produces SATs data dashboards for governors. Click on the links below for a copy of the dashboard for each Key Stage.

- FFT Data Dashboard for KS1 (Published November 2017.)
- FFT Data Dashboard for KS2 (Published November 2017.)

**Year Six SATs 2017**

- Average scaled score for reading: 106
- Children achieving expected standard in reading: 93%
- Children achieving a high standard in reading: 21%
- Children achieving expected standard in writing: 66%
- Children working at greater depth within expected standard of writing: 21%
- Average scaled score for maths: 109
- Children achieving expected standard in maths: 90%
- Children achieving a high standard in maths: 48%
- Average scaled score for grammar, punctuation and spelling: 110
- Children achieving expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling: 93%
- Children achieving expected standard in reading, writing and maths: 59%
- Children achieving a high score in reading, writing and maths: 14%

**Year Six SATs 2016**

- Average scaled score for reading: 100
- Children achieving expected standard in reading: 53%
- Children achieving a high standard in reading: 7%
- Children achieving expected standard in writing: 53%
- Children working at greater depth within expected standard of writing: 13%
- Average scaled score for maths: 103
- Children achieving expected standard in maths: 77%
- Children achieving a high standard in maths: 7%
- Average scaled score for grammar, punctuation and spelling: 100
- Children achieving expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling: 57%
- Children achieving expected standard in reading, writing and maths: 33%
- Children achieving a high score in reading, writing and maths: 3%

**Year Six SATs 2015**

- 67% achieved level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths
- 96% who took SATs in Y2 and Y6 made the expected two levels progress from Y2 to Y6 in maths
- 89% who took SATs in Y2 and Y6 made the expected two levels progress from Y2 to Y6 in reading
- 89% who took SATs in Y2 and Y6 made the expected two levels progress from Y2 to Y6 in writing
- 73% achieved level 4 or above spelling and grammar
- 3% achieved level 6 in spelling and grammar
- 17% achieved level 5 or above in writing
- 43% achieved level 5 or above in reading
- 47% achieved level 5 or above in maths
- 3% achieved level 6 in maths

**Year Six SATs 2014**

- 73% achieved level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths
- 90% who took SATs in Y2 and Y6 made the expected two levels progress from Y2 to Y6 in maths
- 97% who took SATs in Y2 and Y6 made the expected two levels progress from Y2 to Y6 in reading
- 90% who took SATs in Y2 and Y6 made the expected two levels progress from Y2 to Y6 in writing
- 80% achieved level 4 or above spelling and grammar
- 23% achieved level 5 or above in writing
- 40% achieved level 5 or above in reading
- 40% achieved level 5 or above in maths
- 13% achieved level 6 in maths

**Year Six SATs 2013**

- 50% achieved level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths
- 65% who took SATs in Y2 and Y6 made the expected two levels progress from Y2 to Y6 in maths
- 80% who took SATs in Y2 and Y6 made the expected two levels progress from Y2 to Y6 in reading
- 80% who took SATs in Y2 and Y6 made the expected two levels progress from Y2 to Y6 in writing
- 56% achieved level 4 or above spelling and grammar
- 27% achieved level 5 or above in writing
- 42% achieved level 5 or above in reading
- 15% achieved level 5 or above in maths

**Year Six SATs 2012**

- 76% achieved level 4 or above in English and maths
- 100% who took SATs in Y2 and Y6 made the expected two levels progress from Y2 to Y6
- 38% achieved level 5 or above in English
- 21% achieved level 5 or above in maths

For booklets to help you understand the curriculum, click on the titles below:

- Understanding Progress in Mathematics - A Guide for Parents
- Understanding Progress in English - A Guide for Parents

Details of the school's performance can be found at the Department for Education site that enables users to compare schools. Click here for a link to the site.