SATS results- anyone?

(12 Posts)
cheekymonk Sun 10-Jul-16 20:20:32

Hi all, I had my DS SATS results this week. Exceeded in writing, expected in all other subjects, Maths was 109, SPAG was 114. He's done pretty well from what I can gather but finding it hard to really tell. Is there any equivalent to the old NC levels?

MrR2200 Sun 10-Jul-16 20:44:53

He's got the highest he can get in all the teacher assessments (only writing has a greater depth category - the others are just at the standard or not).

In the tests, 100 is age-related expectations. 80 is the lowest; 120 is the highest. There's no comparison to old NC levels as the NC is really quite different but these are good scores.

cheekymonk Sun 10-Jul-16 21:28:55

Thanks MrRR2200 smile

Mov1ngOn Sun 10-Jul-16 21:31:49

Surely that spag score should be exceeding?

cheekymonk Tue 12-Jul-16 16:06:02

Yes I wondered that too

cheekymonk Tue 12-Jul-16 16:06:22

Yes I wondered that too

cheekymonk Tue 12-Jul-16 16:06:43

Reading was 110

TeenAndTween Tue 12-Jul-16 17:04:04

For the actual tests you are either at standard or not at standard, the score tells you how well they are going against the standard but there is no numerical value that gives you 'exceeded'.

Schools seem to be doing teacher assessment in different ways, some giving exceeding, some not.

A couple of long threads on this in the Primary board.

cheekymonk Tue 12-Jul-16 20:28:55

Thanks teenandtween, have found that thread smile

NoBetterName Tue 12-Jul-16 22:12:49

DS1 got 120 in reading (with 100%), 114 SPAG and 110 maths.

He also exceeded the standard on extended writing. I'm very proud.

Cocacolaandchocolate Tue 12-Jul-16 22:15:06

My child for 114 reading. 111 spag and 112 maths.... I'm very proud.

namechangedtoday15 Wed 13-Jul-16 10:20:53

My DD scored 116,118 and 119 but got expected levels in 3 of the 4 levels and only GDS in writing. All a bit confusing?!

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