Academic year 2018-19 (completed July 2019)
Comparative Reports 2017-2018 (completed end of 2018)
SAT’s Results 2017
Dear Parents / Carers
We are proud to present our Sat’s and Test results for 2017. These new higher standard tests, reflecting the new National Curriculum, have proved very challenging for many children in Milford, Nottingham City and across the country. Considering the starting points of many of our children, we are very pleased with the progress and attainment they have achieved. To exceed national standards in all the key areas at the end of Key Stage 2 is a really positive reflection of the hard work of the children, staff and the whole Milford community in which you as parents and carers play such a key role.
Early Years Foundation Stage
68% Good Level of Development
Year 1 Phonics
Year 2 Phonics
Key Stage 1 results
Maths 72% (15% in gender depth)
Reading 65% (18% in gender depth)
Writing 57% (13% in gender depth)
Key Stage 2 results
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Maths 78% 75%
Reading 73% 71%
Writing (Teacher Assessment) 80% 76%
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
All SAT’s passed 65% 61%
While there is far more happening at school than just the SAT’s we do recognise that children are far more likely to be successful in their education and in the future if they reach National Standards before they leave us so we will continue to strive to improve our academic standards throughout school.
SAT’s Results 2016
Dear Parents / Carers
We are pleased to present our Key Stage 2 SATs results for 2016. These new higher standard tests reflecting the new National Curriculum, that has only been taught for one year, have proved very challenging for many children in Milford, Nottingham City and indeed across the Country. Considering the starting points of many of our children, we are very pleased with the progress and attainment of the children while recognising that more of our children need to be at the Expected Level for Reading in the future. To achieve this we will need the engagement of the whole school community. Nevertheless we have exceeded or met national standards in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling, Maths and Writing which is very encouraging.
Writing 80% (Teacher Assessment) 74%
Grammar, Punctuation &
Spelling 77% (80%*) 72%
Maths 70% (73%*) 70%
Reading 55% (57%*) 66%
Expected Level at Reading 47% (49%*) 53%
GPS & Maths
*The figures in brackets represent the % we would have achieved if one child who was unable to take the tests due to ill-health was included (based on teacher assessment).