Key stage 2 tests
At the end of Key Stage 2 all children take tests in maths, reading and grammar, punctuation and spelling in May.
These test results are given a scaled score for each subject.
• A scaled score of 100 means a child is working at the expected standard for the end of the key stage.
• A scaled score below 100 indicates that a child may need more support to help them reach the expected standard.
• A scaled score above 100 suggests a child is working above the expected standard for the key stage.
Children working below the standard of the national curriculum
Some children will not have been entered for the national curriculum tests as their teacher will have determined that they are working below the standard of the national curriculum. If this is the case the teacher will assess the child separately using pre-key stage teacher assessment frameworks. If children are assessed against the pre-key stage frameworks then this will be explained by the class teacher so that parents understand what this means and what additional support the child might need.
Full data will be added once confirmed.
Our results for 2023
% at expected or above
% at greater depth
Average scaled scores
Average progress from KS1
Grammar, spelling and punctuation
|Reading, writing and maths combined|
|58%|| || || || |