Alpha Preparatory School

  1. Achievements
  2. KS2 National Testing Results

KS2 National Testing Results 2019

A scaled score of 100 or above means that the pupil has achieved at or above the new nationally expected standard.

Percentage of pupils achieving scaled scores of 100 or above in each test:

Percentage of pupils achieving scaled scores of 100 or above in each test:

  Alpha National
English (Reading) 100% 73%
English (Grammar, Punctuation& Spelling 100% 78%
Mathematics 100% 79%

 

Average scaled score:

  Alpha National
  114 105

 

Analysis of Academic Results 2019

The Key Stage 2 National Tests, which are taken by children across the country at the end of their primary school education, confirm how our children out-perform national standards by a considerable distance, with the average scaled score of an Alpha pupil being 114, compared to the national average of 105. In addition, a high proportion of our pupils reached the higher standard (110 and above): 72% (Reading), 89% (Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling), 72% (Maths).

Attainment in writing is Teacher assessed according to strict criteria and once again these results are favourable. Nationally, 78% of pupils were assessed as reaching the new standard. At Alpha, 100% were assessed as reaching this standard.

[National comparison statistics are from the data published by the Department for Education, July 2019]

There is no significant difference in attainment between pupils grouped according to gender, ethnicity or birth date. Girls slightly out-performed the boys in reaching the higher standard, but this is due to the individual variance in the year group rather than anything statistically significant.