Key sTAGE 2 2020
Key Stage 2 2019
Towards the end of Year 6, children take their Key Stage 2 SATs (Standard Assessment Tests). Below are our results.
|Reading||Writing||Maths||Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling||Reading, Writing & Maths Combined|
|Children achieving the Expected Standard and above||School||68%||63%||69%||66%||54%|
|Children achieving the Greater Depth Standard||School||19%||16%||24%||16%||9%|
|Average Scaled Score||School||101.7||100||103||102.1||N/A|
|Progress from KS1 to KS2||School||1.5||1.3||1.7||0.1||N/A|
For a more detailed breakdown of our KS2 results, please visit https://www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/index.html
Key Stage 1
Below are our Key Stage 1 SATs results: Throughout Year 2, children are assessed and a level awarded according to Teacher Assessment.
|% working at the Expected Standard & Above||63%||56%||57%|
|% working in Greater Depth at the Expected Standard||7%||6%||15%|
Early Years Foundation Stage Results
EYFS Good Level of Development (GLD) = 78.1%
At Mottingham Primary School, great emphasis is placed on phonics and reading. Children in Reception, Years 1 and 2 are taught two high quality phonics sessions a day in addition to a carefully planned guided reading sessions a day.
The statutory phonics screening check for all Year 1 pupils took place for the first time in June 2012. The phonics screening check is an assessment of phonic decoding. It consists of a list of 40 words, half real words and half non-words, which Year 1 children read to a teacher. The check is designed to confirm whether individual pupils have learnt phonic decoding to an appropriate standard and have grasped the essential skills that underpin good reading.
In 2019, 82% of children at our school reached the expected level in the phonic screening test.