SATs Results 

Click here to find the latest IDSR (November 2021) for Christ Church Primary School

 

Key Stage 2 National Curriculum Test Results 2022

The Key Stage 2 children undertook 1 reading paper, a spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG) paper and 3 maths papers.

The  children's marks were converted to a scaled score from 80 to 120. The expected standard was a scaled score of 100.

Working at National Expectations (National results):

 Maths:   95% (71%) 

Reading:  98% (74%)

SPaG:  95%(72%)

Writing:  89% (69%) 

Reading, Writing and Maths combined:  87% (59%)

Working at Greater Depth/ Higher than National Expectations:

Maths:   44

Reading:  41% 

SPaG:  41% 

Writing:  11%  

 

Key Stage 1 National Curriculum Test Results 2022

In Key Stage One, children undertook a reading and a maths test. Teachers then used these test results to inform their teacher assessment. The children were assessed at: working towards the expected standard, at the expected standard or working at greater depth.

Working at The Expected Standard (National results):

Maths:   83% (76%)

Reading: 88% (75%)

Writing:  81% (69%)

Working at Greater Depth:

Maths:  23% 

Reading: 25% 

Writing: 12% 

Phonics screening results 

Summer 2019-2020: 97% of children passed the phonic screening in Year 1

Autumn 2020-2021: 100% of children passed the phonics screening (due to COVID-19, the screening was taken in the Autumn term Yr2)

Autumn 2021-2022: 100% of children passed the phonics screening (due to COVID-19, the screening was taken in the Autumn term Yr2)

Summer 2021-2022: 98% of children passed the phonics screening (Year 1 Summer term)

 

Early Years Foundation Stage 1 

Summer 2022: 87% of our children in EYFS achieved a good level of development at the end of the year. 

 

Times Tables Check (there is no pass mark for this check)

 Summer 2022: 100% of our children achieved 20 marks or more out of a total of 25. 66% of our child achieved full marks (25/25) 

 

To view School Performance Tables (2018-19) from the Department of Education, please click here.