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Performance

We are very proud of all of our children’s achievements at Stag Lane, academic and non academic.

Please view our news and gallery pages to celebrate some of the many varied and exciting achievements of our pupils. You can also view our KS2 SATs data here on the DFE page.

Key Stage 2 Results 2018

Please find below an overview of our most recent SATs results. Please be aware the results in (brackets) show Stag Lane Juniors 2017 results

Pupils achieving National expectation (Scaled score of 100 or more)

SubjectStag Lane Junior Year 6 pupils - 88 pupils in the cohortProvisional National scores
Maths77 pupils = 88% (97%)76%
Grammar, punctuation & spelling82 pupils = 93% (94%)78%
Reading70 pupils = 80% (88%)75%
Writing73 pupils = 83% (87%)78%
Combined - reading, writing & maths62 pupils = 70% (79%)

Any scaled score above 100 is considered achieving national standard. Below is a table to demonstrate the average scaled score:

SubjectStag Lane Junior average scaled scoreProvisional National average scaled score
Maths108 (110)104
Grammar, punctuation & spelling112 (111)106
Reading106 (107)105

Pupils achieving higher than National expectation (Scaled score of 110 or more)

SubjectStag Lane Junior Year 6 pupils - 88 pupils in the cohortProvisional National scores
Maths34 pupils = 39% (52%)24%
Grammar, punctuation & spelling53 pupils = 60% (60%)34%
Reading27 pupils = 31% (34%)28%
Writing17 pupils = 19% (21%)
Combined - reading, writing & maths14 pupils = 16% (16%)

Key Stage 2 Results 2017

Key Stage 2 Results 2016

Key Stage 2 Results 2015

Key Stage 2 Results 2014

If you would like to read more about the success of our school please also view our OFSTED report.

For parents who would like to look at the DFE Performance Data for 2017, click here for information about the national picture.

However, you may prefer a simplified version:

The DFE data shows that:

  • 61% of pupils reached the expected standard in all of reading, writing and maths, compared to 53% last year, and by individual subject:
    • 71% of pupils reached the expected standard in reading
    • 75% of pupils reached the expected standard in maths
    • 77% of pupils reached the expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling
    • 76% of pupils reached the expected standard in the writing teacher assessment
  • 9% of pupils reached the higher standard in all of reading, writing and maths, compared to 5% last year, and by individual subject:
    • 25% of pupils reached the higher standard in reading
    • 23% of pupils reached the higher standard in maths
    • 31% of pupils reached the higher standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling
    • 18% of pupils reached the higher standard in the writing teacher assessment

The expected standard is a scaled score of 100 or more in the reaching and maths tests and a teacher assessment of working at the expected standard in writing. For the higher standard, it is a scaled score of 110 or more and a teacher assessment of working at a greater depth for each subject respectively.

The SFR, linked to above, also includes data on attainment by gender, school type, religious character and local authority.