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Key Stage 2 Results

For the reading, mathematics and EGPS (English, grammar, punctuation and spelling) KS2 tests the outcome is either: 

  • AS - At the standard
  • NS - Not at the standard

There is also a ‘scaled score’. This is a score that is converted from the raw score and can run from 80 (lowest) to 120 (highest possible), with 100 indicating the benchmark for achieving the expected standard. The difference between a child’s score and 100 gives some idea how close they were to achieving the standard or how confidently they passed the standard. A scaled score of 110 or more has been viewed as being 'higher than expected'.

Writing is teacher assessed. Pupils can be assessed as ‘at the expected standard’. There is no scaled score but they can also be assessed as ‘working at greater depth within the expected standard’.

Upminster Junior School KS2 results compared to the national average

Reading UJS 2016 UJS 2017 UJS 2018 National Average Difference
% at expected 80 89 96 75 +21
% High score (110+) 26 42 40 28 +12
Scale score 105.7 108 109 105 +4
EGPS UJS 2016 UJS 2017 UJS 2018 National Average Difference
% at expected 91 89 96 78 +18
% High score (110+) 32 48 57 34 +23
Scale score 106.8 109 110 106 +4
Writing Teacher assessed UJS 2016 UJS 2017 UJS 2018 National Average Difference
% at expected 85 86 93 78 +15
% at greater depth 15 24 39 20 +19
Mathematics UJS 2016 UJS 2017 UJS 2018 National Average Difference
% at expected 87 92 96 76 +20
% High score (110+) 30 43 46 23 +23
Scale score 105.9 108 109 104 +5
Reading, Writing and Maths UJS 2016 UJS 2017 UJS 2018 National Average Difference
% at expected 73 81 90 64 +26
% High score (110+) 11 16 24 10 +14

Progress at Upminster Junior School

The government’s new progress measures aim to capture the progress that pupils make from the end of key stage 1 to the end of primary school. They are a type of value added measure, which means that pupils’ results are compared to the actual achievements of other pupils nationally with similar prior (KS1) attainment.

A pupil’s progress score is calculated by working out the difference between their actual key stage 2 outcome and the average key stage 2 outcome for the other pupils nationally, who are in the same prior attainment group.

'Average Progress' for KS2 2018 is a measure of how far above or below the national average scale score for each prior attainment group.

An example for any school:

A child’s prior (KS1) attainment National average KS2 outcome for this group in mathematics The child in this group’s actual key stage 2 outcome. Progress
18 106.3 108 +1.7
19 107.5 106 -1.5
17 105 105 0

A school’s progress score, for a subject, is the mean average of all its pupils’ progress scores in that subject.

A measure close to zero indicates that the progress of that school is close to average national progress.

KS1 to KS2 Progress at Upminster Junior School 2018

Subject Average progress measure
Reading +1.2
Writing +0.8
Mathematics +2.1

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