Year 6 (2015) Summary of Achievement
The information below shows how well children achieve at Yew Tree!! With good teaching and with the support of parents and families we can ensure children continue to achieve just as well if not better!!
Level 4 is the expected standard to be reached by pupils at the end of primary school.
|Level 4+||Reading||Writing||Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling||Maths||Reading, Writing, and Maths|
Level 5 is the higher standard at the end of primary school.
|Level 5||Reading||Writing||Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Grammar||Maths||Reading, Writing and Maths|
Level 6 is exceptional performance and is the highest standard possible at the end of primary school.
|Level 6||Reading||Writing||Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling||Maths|
The table below shows the proportion of children achieving minimum expected progress (two national curriculum levels) from the end of Key Stage One (Year 2). For example, if your child achieved level 2 at the end of KS1 his/her expected progress would be level 4; if your child achieved level 3 at the end of KS1 his/her expected progress would be level 5.
|2 Levels Progress||Reading||Writing||Maths|
*The above results are provisional and subject to official release from the Department for Education (DFE).