SATs Results

The end of Key Stage 2 tests cover what your child has learnt and provide the opportunity for children to show their knowledge and understanding.

What are the End of Key Stage Tests?

The end of Key Stage 2 tests cover what your child has learnt and provide the opportunity for children to show their knowledge and understanding. They are national tests which are undertaken in state schools in the UK. 

"Jumeirah Primary School consistently out performs the UK average" - Miss. McKeever

"In 2014, JPS achieved the highest SATS results on record. 36% of children achieved Level 6 in Mathematics!"

What do the levels represent?

  • Level 4 is the level expected of most 11 year olds.
  • Level 5 means pupils are achieving beyond the expected level.
  • Level 6 Pupils achieving Level 6 are achieving exceptionally well.

Key Stage 2 SAT Results

National Comparison: How JPS compares to the UK

Children leaving JPS in 2015.

Level 4

 

JPS

UK

 

L4+%

L4+%

Reading

98

 

Writing

98

 

Spag

96

 

Maths

96

 


Level 4 is the level expected of most 11 year olds.

Level 5

 

JPS

UK

 

L5+%

L5+%

Reading

87

 

Writing

63

 

Spag

79

 

Maths

64

 


Level 5 means pupils are achieving beyond the expected level.

Level 6

 

JPS

UK

 

L6%

L6%

Reading

5

 

Writing

7

 

Spag

29

 

Maths

26

 


Pupils achieving Level 6 are achieving exceptionally well.

Children leaving JPS in 2014.

Level 4

 

JPS

UK

 

L4+%

L4+%

Reading

97

85

Writing

95

74

Maths

99

86


Level 4 is the level expected of most 11 year olds.

Level 5

 

JPS

UK

 

L5+%

L5+%

Reading

84

44

Writing

78

48

Maths

82

42


Level 5 means pupils are achieving beyond the expected level.

Level 6

 

JPS

UK

 

L6%

L6%

Reading

23

N

Writing

6

4

Maths

36

9


Pupils achieving Level 6 are achieving exceptionally well.

Children leaving JPS in 2013

Level 4

 

JPS

UK

 

L4+%

L4+%

Reading

99

85

Writing

90

74

Maths

92

86


Level 4 is the level expected of most 11 year olds.

Level 5

 

JPS

UK

 

L5+%

L5+%

Reading

67

44

Writing

67

48

Maths

61

42


Level 5 means pupils are achieving beyond the expected level.

Level 6

 

JPS

UK

 

L6%

L6%

Reading

N

N

Writing

4

2

Maths

29

6


Pupils achieving Level 6 are achieving exceptionally well.

Children leaving JPS in 2012

Level 4

 

JPS

UK

 

L4+%

L4+%

Reading

98

82

Writing

100

77

Maths

99

81


Level 4 is the level expected of most 11 year olds.

Level 5

 

JPS

UK

 

L5+%

L5+%

Reading

78

46

Writing

67

44

Maths

66

41


Level 5 means pupils are achieving beyond the expected level.