Interim SATs results have shown that sixty-four per cent of pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and maths in this year’s key stage 2 SATs, up from 61 per cent last year.
However, the government has said that results are not not directly comparable to previous years because of changes to writing TA frameworks.
In reading, 75 per cent of pupils reached the expected standard in 2018, up by four percentage points from 2017.
In maths, 76 per cent of pupils reached the expected standard, up by one percentage point.
In GPS, 78 per cent of pupils reached the expected standard, up by one percentage point.
To reach the expected standard in each test subject, a pupil must achieve a scaled score of 100 or more.
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