How Our Children Achieve
We were extremely proud of how well our Year 6 children achieved, particularly in the headline measure of reading, writing and maths combined: 75% of the children at Strand achieved the 'expected standard' in all three subjects compared to 65% of children nationally whilst 22% achieved a 'high score' compared to 10% nationally.
To access the DFE schools performance page on Strand click here
SATs Results 2019
|Percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard or above||Strand||82||84||91||87|
|Percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment||Strand||37||28||57||41|
|Average progress scores||Strand||0.3||0.54||N/A||1.2|
|Average scaled scores||Strand||105||N/A||110||106|
The 'progress measure' for each subject is a statistical comparison between schools, where 0 is the national average. The government has set the floor targets (the minimum standard required) to be -5 in reading, -7 in writing and -5 in maths.
The scaled score range runs from 80 to 120. On the scale, 100 represents the 'expected standard' for the age group. Children with scores of 110 and above were working well above the 'expected standard'.
SATs Results 2018
Reading, Writing & Maths
|Percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard or above||Strand||89||93||92||93||87|
|Percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment||Strand||36||31||61||45||15|
|Average progress scores||Strand||-0.4||0.7||N/A||1.4|
|Average scaled scores||Strand||107||N/A||110||108|