Children at primary school are subject to continual formal assessments by teachers throughout their time in school in EYFS, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
Children in Year 6 take part in formal, statutory tests towards the end of Year 6, usually in the second week of May. These tests assess the children’s performance in reading, grammar, punctuation and spelling (GPS) and mathematics. On occasions, children may be dis-applied from sitting the tests due to special educational needs or exceptional circumstances.
Writing is assessed separately through a portfolio of worth through the year via teacher assessment.
KS2 SATS Outcomes July 2022
Bollinbrook CE Primary received the outcomes of the 2022 KS2 SATS. These are the national tests that all children take at the end of year 6. We are absolutely delighted to share the following results with you all:
|National Figures (all schools) for Expected Standard||Bollinbrook CE Expected Standard||Bollinbrook pupils achieving Greater Depth Standard|
|Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling||72%||91%||32%|
|Combined (Pupils achieving the standard in R,W and M)||59%||77%||18%|
Bollinbrook have exceeded the National figures in most areas. The results demonstrate the hard work that has happened in year 6 this year and the significant improvement in standards over time. They demonstrate the work that has gone into ensuring that the school effectively address the impact caused by the pandemic. They reflect the attitude, hard work and determination of the Bollinbrook pupils. I am sure you will join me in being extremely proud of these results and of our school, staff and pupils.
For further information about our school’s performance, please follow the link below.