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Assessment Results

Key Stage 2 SATs

The SATs are annual government assessments in reading, writing, maths, and in grammar, punctuation and grammar (GPS). Every child in Year 6 in the country sits these assessments. No data was collected by the Government in 2019-20 or 2020-21 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Please note that the Government has not published all data is available for 2021-22.

Summary of results

   School 2021-22 School 2022-23 National
 Reading  80% 67% 73%
 Writing  73% 78% 71%
 Maths  78% 71% 73%
GPS  78% 69% 72%

Average progress scores

 School 2022-23 
 Reading  -0.2 (Average)
Writing +2.1 (Above average)
Maths +0.8 (Average)

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths

 School 2022-23  National 2022-23
 55%  59%

Year 4 Multiplication Tables Check

This assessment was introduced by the Government in 2021-22, and is designed to check if pupils can recall their times tables fluently. This online test requires Year 4 children to answer 25 multiplication questions. The children have 6 seconds to answer each question. The percentage of children who scored 20 or higher in the test is as follows.

School 2021-22 School 2022-23
80% 81%

Key Stage 1 SATs

These results are a combination of government-set test papers and teacher assessment, and are completed by Year 2 children in May each year.

  School 2021-22 School 2022-23 National
Reading 70%  71% 68%
Writing 53%  62% 60%
Maths 71%  73% 70%

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check

This government check requires Year 1 children to read and decode 40 words. Its purpose is to assess children's early reading and decoding skills using the sounds they have learnt in phonics.

2021-22 2022-23 National
77% 81% 79%


At the end of Reception teachers are asked to assess whether children have achieved a ‘good level of development’, (GLD) which is defined as a child reaching the ‘expected’ level of development at the end of their reception year, at the end of EYFS. It is an outcome of a summative assessment based on learning outcomes in regard to the prime areas of learning: Communication and Language; Physical Development; Personal, Social and Emotional Development (PSED); Literacy; Maths; Understanding the World; and Expressive Arts and Design. The Government has set out the 'expected' level of development in Early Learning Goals for each of these areas.

2021-22 2022-23 National
66% 62.5% 79%

Science attainment

The percentage of children achieving the expected standard in science at the end of Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 is as follows:

  School National
 Key Stage 1  88%


 Key Stage 2  75% 80% 

DfE Performance Tables

The DfE reports on important statistical information about the school including how our children perform and how we spend the money allocated to the school.

You can find more about Cubitt Town Primary School on the Department for Education website.