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Well done to all of our award winners. We are so proud of all of you for working and trying so hard! This week's award winners are: Star Pupil of the week: Universities of; Nottingham - Charlie, Birmingham - Kaneil, Leeds – Alyssa, York – Linda, Manchester – Hayden, Headteachers Award – Nottingham – Cohan, Liverpool – Brooklyn, Exeter – Kayla, Birmingham – Harrison, Leeds – Emelia, Logan, York – Frankie, Manchester – Kieli, Lily-Mai, Oxford – Kyron, Amani, Cambridge – Lamin Outside Activities – Stage 5 Swimming Awards – Chloe, Keeley (York)

 

 

SATs Results

Our Basic Characteristics

Kingsland Primary School and Nursery is an average-sized school compared to others of its type. Eligibility for free school meals and the proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/ or disabilities is similar to the national average.

Results

Please click on this link to view our latest SATs Results for Key Stages 1 and 2.

KS1 and KS2 2016 tests were the first to reflect the new primary curriculum, which was introduced in 2014. As this was the first year of the new tests, the results look very different from 2015 results, and should not be compared.

Results from 2016 onwards are comparable. Please look at how Kingsland compares against National figures. We are very proud of the hard work of the pupils and all staff at Kingsland. We will continue to ensure that all pupils can achieve their best.

KS2 new tests 2016 & 2017 - Pupils will have taken tests in maths, reading and grammar, punctuation and spelling in May.

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.

Click here for information on how to access the School Performance Tables on the DfE website.