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KS1 National Comparative Report 2015

Mill Hill Primary School: Key Stage 1 National Comparative Report 2015
 

The tables below show Mill Hill data for 2015.  They also contain the national averages for 2014 as this year’s national data is not yet available.  Just a reminder that level 2 is the expected level for a child at the end of year 2 (7 years old) with 2b+ being a secure level.  A child who is working at level 3 is accessing work appropriate for an average 9 year old.  At key stage 1, it is teacher assessment which is reported. This year we are reporting results for 24 pupils with each pupil worth 4.2%.  

As can be seen from table, reading is remaining an area of strength and this is always a focus area for us in key stage 1 as reading underpins so much other learning.   We are particularly pleased with the high percentage of children who achieved the higher level 3 in their reading; this is our highest achievement in the last 4 years.  
 
If you have any questions regarding this data, please do not hesitate to contact the school.
 
Key Stage 1 SATS
Reading
  <L1 L1+ L2c+ L2b+ L2a+ L3+
MHPS 2015 0% 100% 83% 70% 41% 33%
National 2014 2%  98% 89% 81% 57% 30%
 
Writing
  <L1 L1+ L2c+ L2b+ L2a+ L3+
MHPS 2015 0% 100% 59% 42% 29% 0%
National 2014  2% 98% 87% 69% 39%         16%
 
 
Mathematics
  <L1 L1+ L2c+ L2b+ L2a+ L3+
MHPS 2015 0% 100% 71% 63% 30% 13%
National 2014  1% 99% 93% 80% 53% 24%
 
Please click on the link below to see the DfE performance tables.
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