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SATs Results

2020 Results

Primary performance data will not be published, teacher assessment in English reading, writing and mathematics at key stage 1, and assessments at key stage 2, will remain. These measures will help to understand pupils’ lost time in education and support those that need it most, providing vital information to parents and assisting with pupils’ transition to secondary schools.

Assessments in 2019/20 were cancelled in England as a result no performance data is available for 2020. 

Reception 2022/23

Reading Comprehension
ELG End of Year 2022/23 86%
ELG 2022 92%
Reading Words
ELG End of Year 2022/23 88%
ELG 2022 86%
ELG End of Year 2022/23 73%
ELG 2022 80%
ELG End of Year 2022/23 83%
ELG 2022 90%
Number Patterns
ELG End of Year 2022/23 90%
ELG 2022 86%
Overall GLD Reception
ELG End of Year 2022/23 59%
ELG 2022 68%

Year One 2022/23

Phonics Year 1 2022/23 (60 Students)
Not Yet Released 100%
The Blue School 95%
Phonics Year 1 2022
National 75%
The Blue School 92%

Key Stage Two SATs Results 2019

Reading, Writing and Maths
National Average 65%
The Blue School 81%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
National Average 78%
The Blue School 95%
National Average 78%
The Blue School 97%
National Average 73%
The Blue School 91%
National Average 79%
The Blue School 86%

Average KS2 Progress Scores

Scaled Score MathsScaled Score Reading

Key Stage One SATs Results 2019

National Average 75%
The Blue School 88%
National Average 70%
The Blue School 81%
National Average 76%
The Blue School 90%
National Average 83%
The Blue School 90%

The proportion of pupils attaining the expected standard in reading, writing and maths at the end of KS1 was above the national picture.

Pupils’ attainment at the end of KS1 is strong and the current Year 2 are on track to continue this positive trend.

Key Stage One SATs Results 2017

In Summer 2016 the school was above the floor standard in both attainment and progress. The Inspection Dashboard (2016) concluded that there were no areas of weakness.

Please see below our Key Stage One results for Year 2 pupils (60 children) 2016/17.

Year 1 Phonic screening check 6 Year Trend

Our Year 1 pupils achieve significantly higher than National in our Phonics check.

The percentage of pupils that achieved the pass mark in 2019 was 93%.

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