202223 KS2  Year 6 SATs Results:
SATs results and comparative data
To visit The Department of Education School Performance Tables, please use the following links:
1. Wreningham VC Primary Performance Page
2. General DFE School Performance Tables Website
Note: No SATs data was published for the years 2020, 2021 and 2022 due to the covid pandemic.
Note: A oneoff writing test is no longer included in the SATs
Writing levels are determined over the year through teacher assessment.
Note: Results are now published in the form of a standardised score. In general terms, 100 being the 'expected' standard, below 100 classed as below/working towards standard and greater than 109 denoting working at a higher level.
SATs Results from Previous Years:
Please note that no SATs data was published by the DFE for the years 2020, 2021 and 2022
202122 KS2  Year 6 SATs Results:
KS2  Year 6 SATs Results A cohort of 11 year 6 children (2 of which did not sit the SATs tests in Maths and Reading). Red results denote results including these two children. 
202122 
% of children who took the test,meeting the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths (combined). i.e. if a child fails to meet the standard in one of the three subjects, they will not contribute to the %.  91% 73% 
Average progress in Reading  Average  No data published 
% of children who took the test achieving expected standard in Reading  100%
82% 
Average progress in Writing  Average  No data published 
% of children achieving expected standard in Writing (all children in cohort teacher assessed)  82%

Average progress in Maths  Average  No data published 
% of children achieving expected standard in Maths  89%
73% 
Average scaled score in Reading  107 
Average scaled score in Maths  105 
% of childrenachieving a high level of attainment in Reading, Writing and Maths (Combined)  i.e. pupils attaining beyond the expected standard score of 100 and scoring greater than 109 in all 3 subjects.  18% 
Number of children in cohort 
11 
No SATs tests took place in the years
2020 and 2021 due to Covid.
2019 KS2  Year 6 SATs Results:
KS2  Year 6 SATs Results  201819 
% of children meeting the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths (combined). i.e. if a child fails to meet the standard in one of the three subjects, they will not contribute to the %.  87.5%

Average progress in Reading  Average  1.6 
% of children achieving expected standard in Reading  87.5% 
Average progress in Writing  Average  1.13 
% of children achieving expected standard in Writing  87.5% 
Average progress in Maths  Average  0.79 
% of children achieving expected standard in Maths  87.5% 
Average scaled score in Reading  107 
Average scaled score in Maths  108 
% of children achieving a high level of attainment in Reading, Writing and Maths (Combined)  i.e pupils attaining beyond the expected standard score of 100 and scoring greater than 109 in all 3 subjects.  25% 
Number of children in cohort 
16 
2018 KS2  Year 6 SATs Results:

Previous Years' KS2  Year 6
SATs Results:




KS2  Year 6 SATs Results  201213 
% of children achieving Level 4 or above in Reading, Writing & Maths;  100% 
% of children achieving Level 5 or above in Reading, Writing & Maths;  46% 
% of children achieving Level 4 or above in Maths;  100% 
% of children achieving Level 5 or above in Maths;  85% 
% of children achieving Level 6 in Maths;  23% 
% of children achieving Level 4 or above in Reading;  100% 
% of children achieving Level 5 or above in Reading;  69% 
% of children achieving Level 4 or above in new Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Test;  92% 
% of children achieving Level 5 or above in new Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Test;  77% 
Total number of children in cohort 
13 
KS2  Year 6 SATs Results  201112 
% of children achieving Level 4 or above in English and Maths;  87% 
% of children making expected progress (i.e. 2 levels), in English; 
100% 
% of children making expected progress (i.e. 2 levels), in Maths; 
93% 
% of children achieving Level 5 or above English;  47% 
% of children achieving Level 5 or above in Maths;  53% 
Total number of children in cohort  15 