National Statistics

National curriculum assessments: KS2 and KS3, 2010 (provisional)

National Statistics

Provisional information on the 2010 national curriculum assessments at key stages 2 and 3 in England.

Documents

Main text: SFR23/2010

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Main tables: SFR23/2010

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Additional tables: SFR23/2010

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Underlying data: SFR23/2010

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Pre-release access list: SFR23/2010

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Details

Reference Id: SFR23/2010

Publication Type: Statistical First Release

Publication data: Underlying Statistical data

Local Authority data: LA data

Region: England

Release Date: 03 August 2010

Coverage status: Provisional

Publication Status: Published

The figures in this SFR are produced from data provided to the Department of Education by the Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency (QCDA) on 26 July 2010. Underlying data is to follow.

National curriculum assessment provides a measurement of achievement against the precise attainment targets of the national curriculum rather than any generalised concept of ability in any of the subject areas. The national curriculum standards have been designed so that most pupils will progress by approximately one level every two years. This means that by the end of KS2 pupils are expected to achieve Level 4 and by the end of KS3 pupils are expected to achieve Level 5 or Level 6.

Key Points

The key points from the key stage 2 test results for 2010 are that the percentages of pupils achieving level 4 or above in the 2010 key stage 2 tests by subject are as follows:

  • English 81% (85% for girls, 76% for boys)
  • Reading 84% (87% for girls, 81% for boys)
  • Writing 71% (79% for girls, 64% for boys)
  • Mathematics 80% (80% for girls, 80% for boys).

The percentages of pupils achieving level 5 in the 2010 key stage 2 tests by subject are as follows:

  • English 33% (40% for girls, 26% for boys)
  • Reading 51% (56% for girls, 46% for boys)
  • Writing 21% (26% for girls, 15% for boys)
  • Mathematics 35% (32% for girls, 37% for boys).

The percentage of pupils achieving level 4 or above in the 2010 Key Stage 2 teacher assessments by subject are as follows:

  • English 81% (86% for girls, 76% for boys)
  • Mathematics 81% (82% for girls, 81% for boys)
  • Science 85% (86% for girls, 84% for boys).

The percentage of pupils achieving level 5 or above in the 2010 Key Stage 3 teacher assessments by subject are as follows:

  • English 79% (86% for girls, 73% for boys)
  • Mathematics 80% (81% for girls, 79% for boys)
  • Science 80% (82% for girls, 79% for boys).

The underlying data for this publication was made available on 29 September 2010.

Adam Hatton - Attainment Statistics Team

Attainment.STATISTICS@education.gov.uk