Progress and attainment is measured using end of year age-related expectations. Children in Year 2 and Year 6 have end of Key Stage Tests (SATs) and Teacher assessments.
Year 6 (Key Stage 2) results are published by the government and can be found here.
Yr 1 phonics screening last two years
In June in Year 1, the children undertake the statutory ‘Phonics Screening Test’ which is designed to test a child’s ability to decode words.
KS1 Results 2018
In May in Year 2, the children complete their SATs tests which are marked by the class teacher and used to inform the teacher if they are working at ‘Expected’ for Year 2, ‘Working below’ or working at ‘Greater depth’.
The results incorporate the data from all the pupils in the cohort which include 36% with Special Educational Needs and Disability.
|KS1||Tysoe Working at Expected||National||Tysoe Working at Greater Depth||National|
KS2 results – 2018
In May in Year 6, the children complete their SATs tests which are marked externally in reading, maths and SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar) and given a level of either ‘Expected’ for Year 6, ‘Working below’ or working at ‘Greater depth’. Writing is graded by the class teacher and externally moderated by the LA and also across our Federation and cluster throughout the year.
The number of pupils who undertook assessment at the end of KS2 in May 2018 was eight. We only publish the percentage of our pupils reaching or exceeding national expectation. Please bear in mind that with such small numbers every pupil accounts for between 14-17%. We were delighted that many of our children exceeded national expectations and achieved Greater Depth.
|KS2||Tysoe Working at Expected||National||Tysoe Working at Greater Depth||National||Progress Indicator||Average Scaled Score|
|Reading||63%||75%||38%||28%||-3.7||105 (National 105)|
|Spelling, Punctuation& Grammar||75%||78%||25%||34%||NA||106 (National 106)|
|Maths||50%||76%||38%||24%||-4.0||104 (National 104)|
On the progress indicator, 0 represents expected progress. Positive numbers represent better than expected progress. Negative numbers represent lower than expected progress.