School Performance

 

The School Results in the National Tests (SATs) at the end of Key Stage 2

in 2012 and 2013

  

 

KEY STAGE 2 TEST RESULTS 2013

 

 

Subject

 

Foxmoor School results

 

Accumulated percentage of pupils attaining or surpassing each level 

National Results

Below level 3*

Level 3+

Level 4+

Level 5+

Level 6+

Mathematics

Foxmoor

0

100

100

68

10*

National

4

96

85

41

6

Reading

Foxmoor

0

100

100

65

0

National

6

94

75

44

0

Writing

T.A.

Foxmoor

0

100

100

58

0

National

4

96

83

30

2

Grammar

Punctuation   & Spelling

Foxmoor

0

100

98

68

3

National

6

94 65 47 2

 

 

 

KEY STAGE 2 TEST RESULTS 2012 

 

 

Subject

 

Foxmoor School results

 

Accumulated percentage of pupils attaining or surpassing each level 

National Results

Below level 3*

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Level 6

Mathematics

Foxmoor

0

100

97

56

14*

National

95

84

39

3

Reading

Foxmoor

0

100

100

94

6*

National

6

94

86

48

0

Writing

T.A.

Foxmoor

0

100

100

61

8*

National

4

96

81

28

1

 

   In 2013, during the summer term, forty Year 6 pupils participated in national assessments (SAT’s).

   The National Curriculum standards have been designed so that most pupils will progress by approximately one level every two          years. This means that by the end of Key Stage 2, at age 11, pupils are expected to achieve Level 4, Level 5 is exceeding the          national average for all pupils and Level 6 (introduced in 2012) is for children with very high ability in specific subjects..

 

   For further information on school performance please see the link below:

   http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/index.html