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2017-2018

Y6 SAT comparison tables

These tables compare the performance of our Pupil Premium pupils against our non-Pupil Premium pupils, and against the national comparator (the average of non-Pupil Premium pupils, nationally).

 

Column headings are as follows:

  • School PP pupils: the performance of our PP pupils.
  • School other pupils: the performance of our non-PP pupils.
  • School gap: the difference between our PP and our non-PP pupils. A positive value here means that our PP pupils performed better than our non-PP pupils, on average, in the measurement listed. Negative means the opposite.
  • National other pupils: the national comparator against which our PP pupils' performance is compared.
  • National gap: the difference between the performance of our PP pupils and all non-PP pupils nationally, in the measurement listed. A positive value here means that our PP pupils performed better than non-PP pupils nationally. Negative means the opposite.

 

 

Attainment

 

Expected standard
Subject School
PP pupils
School
other pupils

School
gap

National
other pupils
National
gap
Reading 78% 83% -5% 80% -2%
Writing 67% 91% -24% 83% -16%
Mathematics 78% 96% -18% 81% -3%
R, W & M combined 67% 83% -16% 70% -3%
GPS 67% 96% -29% 82% -15%

 

 

High standard
Subject School
PP pupils
School
other pupils

School
gap

National
other pupils

National

gap

Reading 22% 35% -13% 33% -11%
Writing 11% 30% -19% 24% -13%
Mathematics 22% 52% -30% 28% -6%
R, W & M combined 11% 22% -11% 12% -1%
GPS 22% 52% -30% 39% -17%

 

 

Progress

 

Subject School
PP pupils
School
other pupils

School
gap

National
other pupils

National

gap

Reading -1.78 -1.56 -0.22 +0.31 -2.09
Writing -2.75 -0.30 -2.45 +0.24 -2.99
Mathematics -1.01 +2.05 -3.06 +0.31 -1.32

 

 

Average scaled score*

 

Subject School
PP pupils
School
other pupils

School
gap

National
other pupils
National
gap
Reading 107.1 106.2 +0.9 106.1 +1.0
Mathematics 107.3 109.0 -1.7 105.4 +1.9
GPS 107.7 109.6 -1.9 107.2 +0.5

 

 

*A pupil's scaled score is based on the number of questions which they answered correctly in their SAT test. A score of 100 is the standard which pupils are expected to reach (the 'Expected Standard').


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