National Curriculum assessments at Key Stage 1 from 2016 (referenced by location of school)

Created a year ago, updated 2 months ago

New key stage 1 assessments in 2016

 Pupils were assessed against the new more challenging curriculum, which was introduced in 2014, for the first time in 2016. Results are no longer reported as levels, the interim frameworks for teacher assessment have been used by teachers to assess if a pupil has met the new, higher expected standard. This dataset presents attainment based on teacher assessments. Because of these assessment changes, figures for 2016 are not comparable to those for earlier years. The expectations for pupils at the end of key stage 1 have been raised.The Department for Education does not collect or report test results.


Frequency: Academic Year

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All pupils  (892 B)
From
01/06/2016
To
01/06/2017
Reaching the expected standard: Includes those working at the expected standard and those working at greater depth within the expected standard.
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Boys  (850 B)
From
01/01/2016
To
01/06/2017
Reaching the expected standard: Includes those working at the expected standard and those working at greater depth within the expected standard.
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Girls  (857 B)
From
01/06/2016
To
01/06/2017
Reaching the expected standard: Includes those working at the expected standard and those working at greater depth within the expected standard.
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From
01/06/2016
To
01/06/2017

All other pupils : Includes pupils not eligible for free school meals and for whom free school meal eligibility was unclassified or could not be determined.


Reaching the expected standard: Includes those working at the expected standard and those working at greater depth within the expected standard.