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itati Tue 22-Jul-08 20:56:08

What does
2
2A
2B
3 mean please?

forevercleaning Tue 22-Jul-08 20:57:18

2 is the lowest and then 2a etc to 3.

dont really know what they all mean, and depends on the age of the child.,

forevercleaning Tue 22-Jul-08 20:57:53

actually not sure now, if 2c is higher than 2a - sorry!

DontNeedAnything Tue 22-Jul-08 20:58:15

2B is an average end of Yr2 result.

Romy7 Tue 22-Jul-08 20:59:02

google 'key stage 1 levels'

2b is supposed to be the national average at the end of KS1 - depends on the school though, there seem to be lots of 3's around this year!

Amandella Tue 22-Jul-08 20:59:04

2c is higher than 2a. so, in order of lower to higher, they are 2, 2a, 2b, 2c, 3

DontNeedAnything Tue 22-Jul-08 20:59:23

3 is higher than 2a is higher than 2b is higher than 2c I think.

i am not sure where a straigh 2 comes in.

In any case it iis the school and teachers that are being jusdged and not your DC...so all irrelevant IMO...don't know why they publush them to parents.

myredcardigan Tue 22-Jul-08 21:00:21

It goes 2c, 2b, 2a then 3. A level 3 is above average for a Y2 child. A 2A is pretty high too. 2B, 2C is about average. (nationally)
HTH

myredcardigan Tue 22-Jul-08 21:01:42

No Amandella, a 2A is higher than a 2C. It goes the other way around smile

southeastastra Tue 22-Jul-08 21:01:47

it goes w (working towards level 1) then 1 then 2 etc

forevercleaning Tue 22-Jul-08 21:03:27

oh this is so funny. all of us with dc sats results and none of us really know what they all mean!!! grin

myredcardigan Tue 22-Jul-08 21:05:41

I teach KS1 smile

Amandella Tue 22-Jul-08 21:07:29

oh shoot sorry guys... thought I was being helpful when in fact i was being dumb!! In fact, that means my dd did better than I thought in her SATS then!!! grin

bluenosesaint Tue 22-Jul-08 21:08:12

2b is the average expected at the end of Y2.

2c is working slightly below average.

2a is working slightly above average.

3 is consistanly working at a level above that expected of an 'average' Y2 child.

hth

Feenie Tue 22-Jul-08 21:16:18

In reading, writing and Maths, sub-levels (2c/2b/2a) have to be reported for level 2. A level 1 or a 3 does not have to be so specific.

In Science and Speaking and Listening, only a broad 1, 2 or 3 has to be reported, no sublevels.

itati Wed 23-Jul-08 07:26:42

Thank you. Seems I have a Science Genius! grin

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