AspirationWe work hard and believe in our hopes and dreams

TeamworkTogether we can succeed.

Fun and FriendshipWe enjoy learning and are happy together.

RespectWe value everyone and everything.

EqualityWe all deserve the same rights and opportunities.

AchievementWe create success through effort and celebrate this.

KS2 National Comparative Report 2015

Mill Hill Primary School: Key Stage 2 National Comparative Report 2015


The table below shows the key stage 2 SATs results for Mill Hill Primary School for 2015; these were the outcomes of the tests and tasks undertaken by the year 6 pupils in May 2015.  The national data is for 2014 as the 2015 national data is not yet available.
This year we are reporting results for 17 pupils with each pupil worth 5.9%.  We are delighted with our results again this year and with the progress the children have made both over the year and across the whole of key stage 2.  We are pleased that the percentage of our children who have made at least two levels of progress is higher than the national average for reading, writing and mathematics.   We are also particularly pleased with the number of children who achieved the higher level 5 in reading, spelling, grammar and punctuation and mathematics which are all in line or higher than the national averages. The children have developed a good attitude to their learning which will stand them in good stead for the future; they understand that they need to persevere with their learning to be successful. The children have all worked hard and are to be commended for their efforts.
The table summarises the percentage of children who achieved the expected level 4+ in reading, writing and mathematics individually and combined and shows the progress the children have made since key stage 1.  Nationally, children took tests in reading and mathematics and a teacher assessment is provided for writing.  This is the second year there has been a test for grammar, punctuation and spelling.
  Level 4+ Level 5+ 2 level of progress 3 levels of progress
Reading 82% (88%) 53% (49%) 94% (91%) 31% (35%)
Writing 71% (85%) 18% (33%) 94% (93%) 19% (33%)
Mathematics 82% (85%) 41% (42%) 94% (89%) 25% (35%)
Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation 65% (77%) 53% (53%)  N/A  N/A
Reading,Writing,Mathematics combined 71% (78%) 18% (23%)  N/A N/A 
As can be seen from table, reading and mathematics have been areas of strength for this cohort and a good percentage of children have achieved at the higher levels in these areas.   We are very proud of the progress our children made since the end of key stage 1, which is higher than the national averages in all three subject areas.
If you have any questions regarding this data, please do not hesitate to contact the school.

Please click on the link below to go to the DfE Performance tables.