KS2 2013 AVERAGE POINTS SCORE
Sats results 2013: what do the KS2 results show? | News
Grammar, punctuation and spelling. For the first time, the 2013 tests included a grammar punctuation and spelling assessment. The results show that 74% of pupils achieved level 4 or above, with girls (79%) outperforming boys (69%).
New KS4 Resources in SIMS: Getting Your Data Right
Apr 01, 2016Meanwhile the KS2 Average Fine Points Score will be in the range 21 to 33 points (the points scores of an old level 3 and level 5). Tip: If you can only obtain the KS2 Average Fine Point Score you can calculate the KS2 Average Fine level from it by dividing by 6.
How to calculate an average point score - Blogger
May 27, 2011The equivalent point scores can be identified using the table above: 2b = 15 1 = 9 3 = 21 We now add the point scores together to get the total point score: 15 + 9 + 21 = 45 Dividing the total point score by the number of pupils gives us the average point score for Chris: 45/3 = 15.0Author: Craig
National curriculum assessments: key stage 2, 2013
Dec 12, 2013This statistical first release (SFR) provides revised 2013 key stage 2 national curriculum assessment results for pupils in schools in England at national, regional and local authority level.Author: Department For Education[XLS]
Spreadsheets for converting KS2 test scores into 'fine
Web viewmarks they have scored on the 2015 Key Stage 2 tests. Guidance on Using this Spreadsheet to calculate Fine Points Scores (KS2) - PLEASE READ (Level 6: 31-50 marks) (Level 6: 24-34 marks) (Level 6: 34-50 marks) Scores on KS2 L3-5 tests (or enter 'L6' if child achieved Level 6) This spreadsheet applies only to 2015 KS2 Results (Tests for reading, GAPS and maths; Teacher Assessment for writing) - based on [DOC]
Web viewAVERAGE POINT SCORES (APS) If pupils are expected to make two levels’ progress over KS2 (‘adequate progress’), and each level is worth 6 points, then expected progress for each year of the key stage is 3 points. It can then be extrapolated that expected progress over a term equates to 1 point.[PDF]
Information sheet 1: key stage 2 progress and attainment
Nationally, the average KS2 score for pupils with KS1 prior attainment greater than or equal to 17 points and less than 18 points is 105.6, as shown by the horizontal red line. Sam’s KS2 score of 112 is above the national red line; Sam has a progress score of 112 - 105.6 = 6.4.
Scaled scores at key stage 2 - GOV
Scaled scores. National curriculum tests at the end of key stage 2 (KS2) (often referred to as SATs) are administered in mathematics, English reading and English grammar, punctuation and spelling.Author: Standards And Testing Agency[PDF]
Statistical First Release
Attainment in the key stage 2 tests has risen in all subjects at level 4 or above Attainment in the reading and grammar, punctuation and spelling tests increased5 by 3 percentage points from 2013. Attainment in the mathematics test increased by 1 percentage point between 2013 and 2014 (see table B). and also at level 5 or above.