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Year 6 SATs

We have high aspirations for all of our children.  And we have always known that what they learn at primary school makes a real difference to their future prospects; however, some new data in a government report published yesterday makes this even clearer.

 

Nationally, in 2019, of those who did not achieve the expected standard in key stage 2...

...only 21% achieved a pass (grade 4 or above) in English Language.

This is only odds of 5/1 that a child* will achieve an English GCSE pass.

So, for every 5 children* that take it - only 1 child* passes 🙁

* that did not achieve the expected standard in key stage 2. 

...only 14% achieved a pass (grade 4 or above) in Maths.

This is only odds of 7/1 that a child* will achieve a Maths GCSE pass.

So, for every 7 children* that take it - only 1 child* passes 🙁

* that did not achieve the expected standard in key stage 2. 

 

Everything that our children learn, from Reception to Year 6, will be crucial in helping them to meet the expected standard. 

 

Please continue to:

  • encourage your child to work as hard as possible in school - showing a good attitude towards their learning; 
  • ensure that your child reads at home every day - reading is crucial in passing Maths too!
  • support your child to complete all of their homework (to the best of their ability - don't allow them to do something that is just "OK"); 
  • ensure that they are in school everyday (one missed day is one missed learning step).

 

Thank you.

All of the children are working towards new curriculum badges this term. Do you know what they are?

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