KS2 Results

KS2 Results 2018 

National results published on 10th July 2018 for the new primary school testing system in Maths and English show that the majority of children have achieved the new higher standard expected of them. 

The year's results are the third to be released following the introduction of a far more rigorous curriculum in 2014 that raises the bar in terms of expectations of young people's mastery of literacy and numeracy, bringing our primary school curriculum in line with the best in the world.  

Results show: 

  • Nationally 64% of pupils met the new expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics - Meadowdale 68%
  • Nationally 75% of pupils met the new expected standard in reading - Meadowdale 88% 
  • Nationally 76% of pupils met the new expected standard in mathematics - Meadowdale 82% 
  • Nationally 78% of pupils met the new expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling - Meadowdale 89%

Key stage 2 results no longer use the previous system of levels - instead, test results are converted into 'scaled scores' - with a score of 100 being the expected standard. Any score below this means the pupil is working 'towards the expected standard.' Previously the expected standard was a level 4. 

This year the average pupil is performing about the 'expected standard.' All scores below are national average.

  • The average scaled score in reading is 104
  • The average scaled score in mathematics is 104
  • The average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling is 106

Meadowdale Academy Results - All above national average

  • The average scaled score in reading is 108
  • The average scaled score in mathematics is 105
  • The average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling is 107

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