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SATS - can someone fill me in on here?

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2sugarsandapuppy Tue 14-Jul-09 10:15:06


Is she normal???

scienceteacher Tue 14-Jul-09 10:19:28

Dunno - mine got all fives when she did Y6 sats. grin

choccyp1g Tue 14-Jul-09 10:23:36

Plenty working at this level in Y3 Normal for Y4. At least that's what the G&T people tell me.grin

2sugarsandapuppy Tue 14-Jul-09 10:33:35

choccy, she's Y6 - and what are you doing mixing with all those Gin and Tonic people?

sandyballs Tue 14-Jul-09 12:41:40

From my understanding a child is expected to achieve a level 4 by the end of year 6. So a 4 is 'average', 5 better than average, 3 below average, presumably.

Seriously Choccyp1g? Plenty working at this level in year 3 and normal for y4???

EccentricaGallumbits Tue 14-Jul-09 12:46:13

4 is national average.5 is above national average.

end of yr 6 level 4 means absolutely fie and dandy. level 5 is a bonus.

utterly meaningless drivel.

seeker Tue 14-Jul-09 12:46:31

I would be surprised at "plenty' working at level 4 in year 3. There are 4 in ds's class of 28, and it is considered to be a "bright year"

seeker Tue 14-Jul-09 12:47:22

Second the utterly meaningless drivel comment.

spongebrainmaternitypants Tue 14-Jul-09 12:51:24

totally normal, but also agree on totally meaningless

i'm a Y6 teacher btw!

titchy Tue 14-Jul-09 13:02:18

I think the first posts were tongue in cheek...

choccyp1g Thu 16-Jul-09 11:38:42

Came back to this a few days later. Agree with Eccentrica, the comparisons are it is meaningless.
I was kind of joking, but semi-serious, as "plenty at this level" is exactly the response to the OP on this G&T thread. ?msgid=16159586

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