Information about Sats Results 2018. Full description coming soon.
The headline Sats results are out tomorrow, but that is only the start of a six-month process\r\nHere’s what you need to know about the national KS2 SATs results 2018, what they mean for your school, and how to discuss with teachers, parents & children.\r\nSixty-four per cent of pupils achieved the government's "expected standard" in reading, writing and maths in this year's key stage 2 SATs, up from 61 per cent\r\nPrimaries are due to get the results of this year’s Sats tomorrow – with a small rise in the writing results predicted\r\nMore than a third of children will leave primary school this year having failed to reach government targets in the three Rs, figures reveal today. Only 64 ...\r\nGet ready for the 2019 KS2 Sats Tests. Prepare your pupils for the Year 6 SATs papers for SPAG, Reading and Maths and improve your results.\r\nThe Department for Education has today released the marks pupils needed for the 2018 key stage 2 tests to achieve the government's "expected" score. To meet\r\nKS2 SATs marking and results explained, including the expected national curriculum levels or scaled scores (from 2016).\r\nStandards & Teaching Agency – Information for Schools & Parents: Primary School Progress. Information_for_parents_-_2018_national_curriculum_tests_at_the_end_of_key ...\r\nHelp your child succeed at Year 6 (KS2) SATs with KS2 SATs past papers, revision worksheets and practice Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (SPAG) tests.\r\n